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Oregon Ash
Helene Strybing Manuka Tea Tree
Amazing Red Flax
White Lady Marguerite
Blue Oat Grass
Buffalo Juniper
Oregon Ash

Common name:Oregon Ash
Botanical name:Fraxinus latifolia

Oregon Ash is a Pacific Northwest and California native deciduous tree that grows 50-80 ft high. It grows well in areas where it is subjected to standing water during the winter. It attracts butterflies. -Cornflower Farms

Helene Strybing Manuka Tea Tree

Common name:Helene Strybing Manuka Tea Tree
Botanical name:Leptospermum scoparium 'Helene Strybing'

New Zealand Tea Tree has small, needle-like green leaves with showy, 1/2" rose-like flowers in winter and spring. These shrubs can be thinned to enhance their attractive branch structure and flaking bark. They need very little water once established. 'Helene Strybing' grows 6-10' tall by 5-8' wide. It has an open structure with deep pink blooms.

Amazing Red Flax

Common name:Amazing Red Flax
Botanical name:Phormium 'Amazing Red'

Phormium 'Amazing Red' is an evergreen perennial. Big, dramatic plant composed of many swordlike, stiffly vertical leaves in a fan pattern. Flowers stems reach high above leaves, bearing clusters of 1-2 in. blossoms in red.

White Lady Marguerite

Common name:White Lady Marguerite
Botanical name:Chrysanthemum frutescens 'White Lady'

This annual perennial has bright green foliage and produces an abundance of round, pure white flowers.

Blue Oat Grass

Common name:Blue Oat Grass
Botanical name:Helictotrichon sempervirens

The blue oat grass is a evergreen blue clumping grass that grows 12-18 in. tall and wide. Its showy flowers are 1-2 ft. above the foliage. This plant looks good alone as well as in mass plantings. The blue oat grass likes dry hill sides and is drought tolerant. -Cornflower Farms

Buffalo Juniper

Common name:Buffalo Juniper
Botanical name:Juniperus sabina 'Buffalo'

Buffalo Juniper is a wide-spreading, low-growing, very hardy sub-shrub with bright green foliage. It presents a softer look than most junipers, and is an excellent ground cover. Like most junipers, it grows best in full sun and well-drained soil.

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Soils and Compost:

Physical weed control, including mulching, or hand removal protects the watershed from harmful chemicals.

Integrated Pest Management:

Remove irrigation water and fertilizer from areas where you don't want weeds to grow.