California Natives at Suncrest Nurseries Inc.
Though Suncrest Nurseries offers interesting plants from several continents, including much of the United States, a few of us are almost obsessively devoted to the native plants of California. We regularly stalk the wilds, always with at least a semiconscious "eye out" for potentially gardenworthy natives, and we bring back seeds and cuttings from nearly every trip. We also rely on friends at several California botanic gardens, and on passionate native plant gardeners, who bring us their plant treasures for trial and possible introduction. All in all, it may be the best part of our work here, and we're privileged to be able to contribute a wide offering of beautiful natives to California horticulture.
You'll find a lengthy list of our native offerings below, organized by pages to make it a bit more manageable. Click on the name of any plant on the list for a fuller display of plant characteristics and cultural needs and possibilities. Also be sure to download our flyer on native plants from the Publications page of this site, for easy reference offline.
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|Plant Name||Capsule Description|
|Tellima grandiflora||Fringe-cups; heuchera-like plant; light red flowers.|
|Thalictrum fendleri var. polycarpum||Meadow rue; fernlike leaves, tall stems; delicate green flowers.|
|Thelypteris puberula||Sonora maiden fern. Dark green fronds, spreading rhizomes.|
|Thermopsis macrophylla||2-3 feet. California false lupine. Silky leaves. Yellow flowers.|
|Tolmeia menziesii 'Cool Gold' PP#15948||Piggyback plant. Bright gold leaves, great in shade.|
|Torreya californica||California nutmeg. To 30 feet+. Dark sharp needles, odd fruits.|
|Trichostema lanatum||Woolly blue curls; 4 feet+; arching purple flower stems, blue flowers.|
|Triteleia hyacinthina||California native bulb to 2 feet high. Dense clusters of white bowl-shaped flowers, spring.|
|Triteleia laxa 'Queen Fabiola'||Ithuriel's spear. 12-18 inches; large blue purple trumpets.|
|Triteleia peduncularis||Long-rayed brodiaea; clusters of white flowers in spring.|
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