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Flowering Dogwood, Eastern Dogwood
Coast Redwood
Evergreen Clematis
Flowering Dogwood, Eastern Dogwood
Goodwin Creek Gray Lavender
Flowering Dogwood, Eastern Dogwood

Common name:Flowering Dogwood, Eastern Dogwood
Botanical name:Cornus florida

As a deciduous tree, this dogwood has a rounded form and a horizontal branching pattern. It produces very dense flowering in May as well asin the fall. The fruit appears in clusters of scarlet oval.

Coast Redwood

Common name:Coast Redwood
Botanical name:Sequoia sempervirens

This fast-growing, aromatic tree has soft, dark green foliage with long needles appearing in flat sprays and brown, barrel-shaped cones that appear after 1 year. Its soft, red-brown bark is fiberous and furrowed. Particularly after mechanical damage, this tree will stump sprout to form new, young trees around the stump. Avoid planting in areas of high foot traffic.

Evergreen Clematis

Common name:Evergreen Clematis
Botanical name:Clematis armandii

A climbing evergreen vine, this Clematis may reach a size of 20-30'. Its dark green, slender leaflets have a leathery texture, and produce fragrant, showy white flowers in the spring. It tolerates sun or part shade, drought, moist soil, and prefers shade around its roots. It attracts beneficial insects and hummingbirds. - Cornflower Farms

Flowering Dogwood, Eastern Dogwood

Common name:Flowering Dogwood, Eastern Dogwood
Botanical name:Cornus florida

As a deciduous tree, this dogwood has a rounded form and a horizontal branching pattern. It produces very dense flowering in May as well asin the fall. The fruit appears in clusters of scarlet oval.

Goodwin Creek Gray Lavender

Common name:Goodwin Creek Gray Lavender
Botanical name:Lavandula 'Goodwin Creek Gray'

Lavandula 'Goodwin Creek Gray' is an evergreen shrub. This dense foliaged plant grows to 2.5-3 ft. high and 3-4 ft. wide, with silvery leaves that are toothed at the tips. Deep violet-blue flowers from spring to late fall.

Designer: Barbara Jackel Landscape Dsgn

Patio & BBQ at Garden Edge

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Soils and Compost:

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

Integrated Pest Management:

Attract, or buy beneficial insects such as ladybugs and lacewings to control pest outbreaks in your garden.