1 – Lavender (Lavendula)

1- Lavender

Lavandula (common name Lavender) is a genus of 39 species of flowering plants in the mint family. Many members of the genus are cultivated extensively in temperate climates as ornamental plants for garden and landscape use, for use as culinary

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2 – Rhododendron

2- Rhododendron ( Pacific)

Rhododendrons are spectacular garden shrubs grown for their clusters of Spring blooming, bell-shaped flowers and attractive evergreen foliage. Rhododendrons are members of the Ericaceae (Heath) family of plants and as such are related to Azaleas, Heathers, Blueberries, Arbutus trees and

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3 – White Clover (Trifolium Repens)

3- White Clover

White clover is also commonly known as Dutch clover, white trefoil, creeping trifolium, ladino clover or honeysuckle clover White clover is a cool season, perennial legume. Grows well in a wide range of soil and environmental conditions but less vigorously

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4 – Cotoneaster

4- Cotoneaster

Cotoneasters are some of the most versatile shrubs in the garden — you can choose from compact, upright shrubs to ground-covers to big plants ideal for hedges. Most deliver bountiful red berries in autumn that persist into the winter. Most

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5 – Heather (Calluna)

5- Heather (Erica)

Ling, Scotch Heather, Scots Heather (Calluna vulgaris) - 

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6 – Purple Toadflax (Linaria Purpurea)

6- Toadflax(Purple)
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7 – California Lilac (Ceanothus)

7- California Lilac

An aromatic, densely branched, 6-8 ft. shrub. The evergreen leaves very small and dark-green, with curled margins. Tiny, deep-blue flowers occur in small, showy clusters.

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8 – Bachelor’s Buttons (Centaurea)

8- Bachelors buttons (Centaurea)

Centaurea montana (cornflower) and Centaurea cyanus (bachelor buttons) are two bee favorites of this genus of flowering plants

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9 – Bellflower (Campanula)

9- Bellflower
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10 – Thyme (Thymus)

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