Keckiella antirrhinoides * Yellow Bush Penstemon, Snapdragon Penstemon, Chaparral Beardtongue Cuphea Caribbean Sunset * Caribbean Sunset Cigar Plant Pentas lanceolata Butterfly White * Butterfly White Star Clusters Sun Tolerant Plants for Zone 8 Ipomoea indica * Ocean Beauty Morning Glory Acacia vestita * Hairy Wattle Ferns 113. Eschscholzia parishii * Parish's Poppy Phygelius Pink Sensation * Pink Cape Fuchsia This ground cover can handle full sun near the coast but will benefit from some shade in hotter inland locations. Achillea Pomegranate * Pomegranate Yarrow Stipa arundinacea * New Zealand Wind Grass Acacia baileyana purpurea * Purple Fernleaf Acacia Lavandula X allardii Meerlo * Variegated Allard's Lavender Armeria maritima * Thrift Rosa banksiae lutea * Yellow Lady Banks Rose Scabiosa Royal Ruby * Royal Ruby Pincushion Flower Ribes aureum * Golden Currant Blue-eyed grass gets its common name from its grassy leaves and small blue or purple flowers that bloom from late winter through spring. Wisteria sinensis * Chinese Wisteria Clerodendrum ugandense * Blue Butterfly Bush Bloomeria crocea * Golden Star Senna artemisioides * Silver Cassia Chionanthus retusus * Chinese Fringe Tree Plants prefer full sun to partial shade. Annuals 2216. Eremophila aurea * Golden Emu Bush Arctotis Opera Rose * Opera Rose African Daisy This pot is in half-shade, half-sun and is mulched with medium and small river-worn stone. Echinacea purpurea * Purple Cone Flower Hardiness zones: 6a-10bSun: Full sunSoil: Dry sandy or rocky soilsDuration: EvergreenHeight: 3 to 5  feetMaintenance: Water once or twice per month in summer. Passiflora Incense * Incense Passion Flower Scilla peruviana * Peruvian Lily, Portuguese Squill Eucalyptus macrocarpa * Mottlecah Ceanothus crassifolius * Hoary California Lilac Ceanothus Yankee Point * Yankee Point California Lilac Clematis lasiantha * Chaparral Clematis, Pipestems Aeonium Kiwi * Kiwi Aeonium Dombeya wallichii * Tropical Hydrangea Arbutus Marina * Marina Straberry Tree Stokesia Peachie's Pick * Peachie's Pick Stokes Aster Salvia columbariae * Chia Sage It does well with rich organic soils and flourishes in the run-off ditches around a home. Platystemon californicus * Cream Cups Acacia cultriformis * Knifeleaf Wattle, Knife Wattle, Dogtooth Wattle Formerly known by the scientific name Rhamnus californica, this common California shrub has dark green leaves and small cream, white, or greenish flowers that sprout in spring and summer. Camissonia cheiranthifolia * Beach Primrose These plant-combination ideas will help you construct a container garden full of heat-resistant plants that will thrive even on triple-digit days. Zone 8 plants for full sun include trees, shrubs, annuals, and perennials. When you use native California plants, you can be sure they’ll survive your local climate and even help you save water. Phacelia grandiflora * Giant Flowered Phacelia As seen in Forbes, CNBC and USA Today, LawnStarter lets makes it easy to schedule service with a local lawn care professional. Melaleuca hypericifolia * Hillock Bush was when the local municipality told us to turn off all sprinkler systems. Cut to the ground during winter dormancy. Salvia chamaedryoides * Germander Sage Acacia podalariifolia * Pearl Acacia Stephanotis floribunda * Madagascar Jasmine Tristania conferta variegatus * Variegated Brisbane Box, Variegated Brush Box Cosmos atrosanguineus * Chocolate Cosmos Bauhinia corymbosa * Phanera, Orchid Vine Deer grass. Kalanchoe pumila Flower Dust Plant Kniphofia Blaze * Blaze Red Hot Poker Calochortus albus * Fairy Lily Give plants part- to full sun. Grevillea robusta * Silky Oak Akebia quinata * Chocolate Vine Rosa hugonis * Father Hugo's Rose Phormium Pink Stripe * Pink Stripe New Zealand Flax Artemisia Powis Castle Dorycnium hirsutum * Grey Broom Grevillea King's Rainbow * King's Rainbow Grevillea Dendromecon harfordii * Island Bush Poppy Fond of well-drained soil and full sun, this heat-resistant group of flowers flourish in hot weather. Eremophila hygrophana * Blue Emu Bush were often over-watered and rotted in our landscapes. The mountain violet, aka goosefoot violet, has a deceitful scientific name, since its flowers are neither violet nor purple but bright yellow. Callistemon Cane's Hybrid * Cane's Bottlebrush Lewisia rediviva * Bitterroot Calochortus monophyllus * Yellow Star Tulip Orthocarpus purpurascens * Purple Owls Clover Hymenosporum flavum * Sweet Shade California Native Shade GardenCast some shade on the California Native Plants. Calystegia malacophylla * Jepson's Morning Glory, Woolly Morning Glory Salvia canariensis * Canary Island Sage Asclepias speciosa * Showy Milkweed Leucophyllum frutescens * Texas Ranger Achillea Hoffnung * Hoffnung Yarrow Ceanothus rigidus Sierra Snow * Sierra Snow California Lilac Tagetes lucida * Mexican Tarragon a spot to shine is reward enough. Thysanolaena maxima * Tiger Grass California is home to 40+ native species of Dudleya succulents, many of which are referred to as “live-forevers” because they last for up to 100 years in the wild. Stanleya pinnata * Prince's Plume Layia platyglossa * Tidy Tips (Ceanothus spp) Native across North America from southern Canada to Guatemala … For more information about native California plants and why you should consider adding them to your garden, check out the California Native Plant Society (CNPS)’s native plant database. Arctotis acaulis Torch Purple * Torch Purple African Daisy Erigeron argentatus * Silverleaf Fleabane Scabiosa cretica * Balaeric Pincushion Flower Look to our review Hibbertia scandens * Guinea Gold Vine There are branching and non-branching varieties, most of which have green or silvery-white leaves and sprout flowers in late winter or early spring. Symphoricarpos mollis is a creeping snowberry that grows in fairly heavy shade inland, full sun near coast. Alyogyne hakeifolia * Red Centered Hibiscus Plant in partial shade. Miscanthus variegatus * Silver Grass Grevillea noellii * Noel's Grevillea Eriogonum fasciculatum Warriner Lytle * Warriner Lytle California Buckwheat Clarkia williamsonii * Fort Miller Clarkia Salvia iodantha * Mexican Fuchsia Sage Grevillea White Wings * White Wings Grevillea Phygelius African Queen * African Queen Cape Fuchsia Tulbaghia violacea * Society Garlic established. Bougainvillea Rosenka Salvia mexicana Limelight * Limelight Mexican Sage Ocimum labiatum * Shell Bush, Pink Sage, Pink Cat's Whiskers Helianthemum St Mary's * White Sunrose Rosa mutabilis * Butterfly Rose Bromelia humilis Zantedeschia aethiopica * Calla Lily Eriogonum arborescens * Santa Cruz Island Buckwheat Salvia chamaedryoides Marine Blue * Marine Blue Germander Sage nooks and crannies. Damp Soils 735. Stipa speciosa * Desert Needle Grass Get easy-to-understand, actionable yard tips that will give you the greenest grass on the block. Calylophus drummondii * Texas Primrose, Squarebud Primrose Grevillea paniculata * Spider Flower Annuals 2216. Angelonia angustifolia * Summer Snapdragon Drymocallis glandulosa * Sticky Cinquefoil Salvia dorisiana * Peach Sage, Fruit Scented Sage Bush monkey flower has dark green sticky leaves and blooms in winter, spring, and summer with flowers that are usually light orange but can range from white to red. Graptopetalum paraguayense * Ghost Plant 'Fairy' and a truckload of rock garden perennials tucked around in the Its tiny, round, bright pink flowers bloom in upright clusters that hummingbirds love to snack on. Psoralea pinnata * African Scurfpea Bogs And Ponds 94. Hesperocallis undulata * Desert Lily, Ajo Lily Especially in Northern California where they grow best, you can grow a western redbud as a large shrub or small tree depending on how you prune and train it. Dierama pulcherrimum * Angel's Fishing Pole, Fairy Wand Flower Cistus Bennett's White * Bennet's White Rockrose Sun 2844. Feijoa sellowiana * Pineapple Guava Magnolia stellata rosea * Pink Star Magnolia Delphinium cardinale * Scarlet Larkspur Lilium parvum * Sierra Tiger Lily These containers love full sun and heat, and implementing these tips will help your garden coast smoothly through … Bauhinia galpinii * Red Orchid Bush Trichostema lanceolatum * Vinegar Weed