Theodore Payne Foundation inspires and educates Southern Californians about
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Now selling “A Guide to Wildflower Locations in Central and Southern California” by Spencer Westbrook.
March 23, 2019 — Poppy Day Spring Plant Sale! Take advantage of the extended planting season with our impressive selection of native plants. Discounts for all and a special signing by Spencer Westbrook, author of “A Guide to Wildflower Locations in Central and Southern California.”
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March 1, 2019 – Pasadena Star News coverage of the 2019 Wild Flower Hotline!
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California poppy held on to top position in February 2019. It shares the Top 10 with other heavy bloomers like Margarita BOP, Matilija poppy, and monkey flower. Flat-topped buckwheat is a break out, adding to the Eriogonum fasciculatum varieties that have previously...
by Asher Guzik, Assistant Nursery Manager
The foundations of any monarch butterfly garden undoubtedly rests on our native milkweeds (Asclepias spp.), as these are the only plants monarch caterpillars can eat. Though you may have to wait to plant milkweed, there is something you can do for monarchs now: plant nectar sources for adult monarch butterflies.