Growing Natives Garden Tour 2014

Edith Morley Park Native Garden (5 photos from 2008)

Garden #36, Campbell


While this garden is open all year round, visiting it during the tour day provides an opportunity to ask the docents about any particularly interesting plants or features.

Address: 615 Campbell Technology Parkway, Campbell (click the address to show it on a map).

Directions: From Hwy 17, take Camden Ave about a half block to Curtner Ave. Turn left on Curtner, then left again onto S. Mcglincey Ln. Bear right onto E. Mcglincey Ln, then left on Campbell Technology Parkway. Follow the road around the park to the native garden next to the community garden.

Showcase Features: This large native garden is a beautiful attraction of Edith Morley Park. Paths divide the garden into sections and lead visitors from one area to the next, with a dramatic waterfall, stream, and pond gracing one end of the garden.

Other Garden Attractions: Large meadow areas showcase bunch grasses, yarrow, western redbud, and western sycamore. These transition to chapparal, where ceanothus, coffeeberry, sages, manzanitas, buckwheats, and deer grass provide a dramatic display along with coast live oak, valley oak, and black oak. Further into the garden, a waterfall, stream, and pond are beautifully worked into the landscape along with rushes, and willows. Benches and tables throughout provide opportunities to stop and enjoy the garden. Bring your bag lunch and make this your lunch stop on the tour.

Gardening for Wildlife: Among the wildlife that use this garden are Canada geese, waxwings, and hawks.

Years of CA Native Gardening at this Location: 13

Garden Size: 120,000 sq ft

Installer: Campbell Parks Dept

Click here to display the plant list in a printer-friendly format (from year 2011).

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