Going Native Garden Tour 2017

San Jose Nativescape (9 photos)

Garden #52, San Jose

 

Showcase Features: The native plant landscaping in front of this beautiful ranch-style house seems particularly well-integrated with its charming Mexican architecture. The linear lot is landscaped with a variety of native shrubs like toyon, manzanita, coffeeberry, sage, and ceanothus, while retaining several legacy trees. Bunchgrasses small (Pacific reedgrass) and large (deergrass) add interest.

Other Garden Attractions: The wide parking strip between the curb and sidewalk uses deergrass effectively. Paved surfaces provide pedestrian access from the street to the sidewalk at several points.

Gardening for Wildlife: Bird feeders and hummingbird feeders are in use. Hummingbirds, squirrels, and crows have been observed.

Years of CA Native Gardening at this Location: 3

Garden Size: 2360 sq.ft.

Designer: Rebecca Schoenenberger, California Nativescapes
Installer: California Nativescapes

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