California Indian Pink
Colorful choices for front of border or rock garden. Flowers are typically single. Many species; some are erect, others cushionlike. Need well-drained soil.Silene californica
Native to the foothills of California and southern Oregon. Loosely branching plant to 1 ft. tall and wide. Blooms in spring, producing flaming red, 1/2-in. flowers with cleft and fringed petals in clusters of few to many. Gray-green, hairy, lance-shaped to ovate leaves to 3 in. long are somewhat sticky. Occasionally sold in seed packets. In its native range, it receives no moisture during the summer months, but it can take water then if given excellent drainage.
Native to Sierra Nevada and west of the Cascades from Northern California to British Columbia. Gr...
Native from British Columbia to Mexico. This species is among the largest native Western ferns, toppin...
Flower stalk to 2 ft.; flowers are 1 in. long and golden yellow with a purple-black midrib and veins.