Island Bush Poppy
Bush poppies give a showy display of bright yellow, 2-in. wide, poppylike flowers. Use on banks and roadsides, with other native shrubs.
Can be propagated from cuttings taken in summer. Get very few pests or diseases.Dendromecon harfordii
Native to Santa Cruz and Santa Rosa islands off the coast of Southern California. Rounded or spreading large shrub or small tree grows to 8–20 ft. tall and as wide. Deep green leaves to 3 in. long, half as wide. Free flowering, producing yellow blossoms from spring into early summer, with scattered bloom throughout the year. Prune to thin or shape after bloom.
Lance-shaped to narrowly egg-shaped leaves. Blooms in late spring. ‘Rocky Point’ grows 2 ft. high, spr...
Best-known species. Grows slowly in youth, faster once established. Typically reaches 12–18 ft. ...
Native to Japan. Prostrate or trailing, this plant has small, plump leaves and yellow flowers. ‘...