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Native Plants Save Water and Create Habitats


Water Conservation

We support and encourage the use of California native plants throughout our public and private landscapes. Planting California natives will save water, reduce maintenance and pesticide use and support wildlife and biodiversity. Plants, especially locally native plants, are the foundation of the world’s food webs. Mass extinctions and a loss of biodiversity are among our greatest challenges.

We encourage all residents to restore
a sense of place to our communities,
provide important habitat for our wildlife,
& help preserve our very special ecosystem.

Water Conservation

California Water
California Water

Calscape is a great resource for selecting the right native plants for your location, the most important step to adding native plants to your garden. This powerful database helps you discover the plants best suited to your property. You can:

· Search by location, plant name, water needs, and more!
· Get detailed plant information and growing tips
· Create and share your own plant lists

View Calscape

Learn more about adding native plants to your
garden with these Roger’s Gardens blogs

Native Plants for Small Spaces and Containers California Native Plants
Native Plants for Small Spaces and Containers
California Native Plants

Here’s some helpful videos we filmed
to help you get started with adding native
plants to your garden and saving water

And if you like attracting hummingbirds,
here is a video highlighting native Cleveland sage,
one of the best hummingbird attractors of all-time




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