Oak Woodland Plant Options

 

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Large Shrubs or Small Trees (more than 10’ tall and wide)

 

Arctostaphylos manzanita ‘Dr. Hurd’

Cercis occidentalis – western redbud

Heteromeles arbutifolia, toyon

Ceanothus spp. – California lilac

Rhamnus californica - coffeeberry

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Medium Size Shrubs (4-8’ tall)

Arctostaphylos densiflora ‘Howard McMinn’- vine hill manzanita, 5-7’ x 6-10’

Carpenteria californica – bush anemone, 6’ x 4’

Ribes sanguineum  - red / pink flowering currant

Ceanothus spp. ‘Concha’ or ‘Dark Star’ – California lilac, 6’ x 8’

Grevillea lanigera spp. – wooly grevillea, 3-6’ x 6-10’ (NON NATIVE)

Small Shrubs (2-4’ tall)

Correa pulchella spp. – Australian fuschia, 2-3’ x 4-5’ (NOT NATIVE),

Mimulus aurantiacus – sticky monkeyflower, 3-4’ x 3-4’

Salvia clevelandii – Cleveland sage, 3-5’ x 3-5’

Salvia microphylla or greggi spp. – sage, 4-6’ x 4-6’ (NOT NATIVE),

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Grasses and Perennials (choose two or more)

Muhlenbergia rigens – deer grass, 3-4’ x 3’

Festuca californica - California Fescue, 2-3’ x 2’

Polystichtum munitum – western sword fern, 3-5’ x 3-4’

Zauschneria californica - California fuchsia, 1-2’ x 4’

Penstemon heterophyllus spp.– foothill penstemon, 1-2’ x 2-3’

Achillea millefolium – common yarrow

Iris douglasiana and hybrids– Douglas' iris, 1-2’ x 2-4’

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Groundcover (less than 1-2’ and spreading)

Nasella pulchra, purple needlegrass, 1-2’ x 1-2’

Salvia spathacea - Hummingbird Sage

Carex praegracilis – California field sedge

Salvia sonomensis – Creeping Sage