California Native Plants


Blue Eyed Grass / Sisyrinchium bellum, Iris family ( Sold Out ) - Photo Tennessee Valley - Native Medicinal 6/17/2011
Edible, Seeds  digestive antispasmodic, diarrhea remedy, green seeds mild anesthetic.

Seaside Daisy, Erigeron glaucus 'Sea Breeze',  (1475plants)( Photo Cronkite Beach 6/12/2011DC)
Ceremonial use by indigenous people to uplift the spirit.


Pearly Everlasting, Anaphalis Margaritacea,  (1250 plants) - Native medicianl (Photo Marin Headlands 6/15/2011DC)Pearly Everlasting can be made into a soothing anti- inflammatory and an astringent tea that can be used to treat stomach ailments. The fuzzy leaves can also aid in the healing of bruises and decrease swelling. Moistened leaves can be applied directly to a wound.


Lizard Tail, Eriophyllum staechadifolium , (925 plants)- Native medicianl (Photo Marin Headlands 6/15/2011DC)Lizard tail seeds have been dried and ground into flour by some indigenous peoples. Coast Miwok have used the seed to make pinole, a ground meal made of seeds.
Yarrow, Achillea Millifolium,   (1475 plants) - Photo Tennessee Valley - Native Medicinal 6/17/2011
Cold remedy and analgesic, vascular tonic, insect repellent.
California Poppy, Eschscholzia Californicum (75 plants) - Photo Tennessee Valley - Native Medicinal 6/17/2011

California Sagebrush, HetArtemesi Californica,  (750 plants) - Native Medicinal  ( Photo Marin Headlands 6/15/2011DC)Leaves can be used as a cooking herb for tea and food flavoring. Indigenous groups made sacred wands from the wod and used leaves to ward off ghosts and evil spirits.
Coast Buckwheat, Eriogonum latifolium (55 plants) Photo Tennessee Valley - Native Medicinal 6/17/2011
Edible, Many medicinal uses.
Caterpiller Flower, Phacelia Californica (225 plants) - Photo Tennessee Valley - Native Medicinal 6/17/2011

Bee Plant, Scrophularia Californica, , (28 plants)
California Native Plant Pricing    
10,000 Native Plants for Peace growing in our greenhouses.    
 For more information on California Natives visit our website California Natives .
Most are available in D-40 deep-root pots ( 2.5 wide x 10 inches deep) for easy transplant and stronger roots that are ready to Go wild.
Planting drought tolerant native plants here can now save lives globally.
10% of the sale will be donated to Doctors with out Boarders.
Reg. $4 per plant Sale $2.50 thru 8/30  (Min. 25 plants or more. Assorted or single species in D40 pots.)
$6 per plant ( Min. 1 to 24 plants. Assorted or single species in D40 pots. ) 
$8.50 each in gallon pots ( 1 to 30 plants. Assorted or single species 
in D40 pots. ) 
$33 each 5 gallon pot  (Assorted or single species.)

Sale on all D-40's only $2.50 ea. when you buy a rack of 25! 
Habitat Racks - A great offer of 5 each of 5 species, 25 assorted plants.
   Yarrow, Seaside Daisy, California Sagebrush, Pearly Everlasting, Coyote Bush and or Lizard Tail.


Native Medicinal Inventory  
New plants and all grasses are sewn to order so that you can Go wild and choose your favorites.
 Available  in D-40 or Gallon pots :
California Sagebrush, HetArtemesi Californica,  (750 plants)
Pearly Everlasting, Anaphalis Margaritacea,  (1250 plants)
Lizard Tail, Eriophyllum staechadifolium , (925 plants)
Yarrow, Achillea Millifolium,   (1475 plants)
Bee Plant, Scrophularia Californica, , (28 plants)
Coyote Bush, Baccharis Pilularis PROSTRATE,  (950 plants)
Seaside Daisy, Erigeron glaucus 'Sea Breeze',  (1475plants)
Coast Purple Aster, Aster Chilensis,  (25 plants) 
Hairy Goldenaster, Heterotheca sessiliflora ssp. bolanderi,  (150 plants)
Coast Buckwheat, Eriogonum latifolium (55 plants)
Wild Strawberry, Fragaria Californica (200 plants)
Blue Eyed Grass, Sisyrinchium bellum (0 plants)
California Poppy, Eschscholzia Californicum (75 plants)
Caterpiller Flower, Phacelia Californica (225 plants)
Yerba Buena, Micromeria douglasii   (100 plants)  
  Silver Lupin  & Bush Lupinavailable in limited quantity
In Gallons only : 

Silver Lupin   25
Bush Lupin
Manzanita Arctostaphalus (4 )
Rosa Californica (2 )
Ceonothis Concha(10)
Ceonothis DarkStar
Madrone, Arbutus Mensiesii  (20 plants) 
California Glory  ( 5 gal. only)
Sticky Monkey (5 ) 


Assorted Grasses
Available  in D-40 or Gallon pots :  (740)
Festuca Glauca
Festuca Californica
Tufted Hair Grass, Deschampsia Gepitosa
Carex Gluca Bluesed
Black Sedge Carex variagated
Danthonia
Festuca Rubra

Root For Peace native plants are relatively easy to grow and very drought tolerant. 
  Go wild  reserve your native garden today and we will donate 10 % of the sale to  Doctors Without Boarders.

Native columbine. (Sold Out )
 Gum plant 300
 Wild Rose 10

Wild Rose.
Estimating how many plants you need 
     100 square feet select  25 to 100 plants, (100 = one plant every foot 25 plants every two feet.
     1000 square feet is either 1000 plants, one plant per square foot or 250 plants, one every two feet.


Install a Root For Peace Garden, receive a Root For Peace Pole 
Installing a Root for Peace Native Garden shows your commitment to positive change. The peace pole reminds you and the butterflies of the power of preservation. Minimum purchase 1111 plants. (1000 to 2000 square foot garden). The Pole reads: Root for Peace, Plant the seeds of Positive Change Preserve Conserve and Respect, Restore, Replace. Embrace , Observe, Choose, Embrace.    Peace Poles are also available sold separately for $400.
At the nursery.