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Native Perennials


Epilobium canum  California Fuschia  Lafayette Reservoir 
(1)  2 gal   0.00 

Epilobium canum 'Marin Pink'  Marin Pink California Fuchsia  Marin 
CA fuchsia blooms in October, a welcome source of color in the fall landscape. This unusual selection has beautiful PINK tubular flowers produced on fuzzy green mounds of foliage to 1-2 ft. tall and spreading by underground rhizomes. Vigorous and easy to grow in full sun to very light shade. Drought tolerant, but like some Summer water. Beautiful against a rock wall, in dry stream beds, or naturalistic plantings where they have some room to spread. Hummingbird favorite. Pruning plants down to a few inches in late autumn helps to rejuvenate them for the following year. 
(2)  1 gal   12.00 

Epilobium canum ssp. angustifolium  Hummingbird Trumpet  Big Sur Gorge 
CA Fuchsia blooms in October, a welcome source of color in the fall landscape. It retains attractive silvery low growing foliage year round and spreads by the root. Can be mowed in the winter to keep tidy. This form has narrow needle like leaves. 
(4)  1 gal   12.00 

Epilobium canum ssp. canum  Narrow-leaved California Fuschia   
This form is from Central to Southern foothills, is reported to be more drought tolerant and has beautiful fine textured needle leaves. Less leggy than the straight canum. 
(2)  1 gal   12.00 

Epilobium canum.  California Fuchsia  San Bruno Mountain 
A local population of the wonderful fall-blooming perennial. Low growing and spreading with a red bloom favored by hummingbirds. 
(1)  5 gal   0.00 

Epilobium septentrionale 'Wayne's Silver'  Humboldt County Fuchsia   
An exquisite silver-leafed form of California Fuchsia! Less than a foot tall and up to 3 feet wide. 
(14)  1 gal   12.00 

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