Satureja douglasii, Yerba Buena Native Plants, Las

Columbines School of Botanical Studies

Yerba Buena, Satureja douglasii: Yerba Buena is a good herb for flavoring that grows in the coastal west. It should not be confused with peppermint, which is also sometimes called Yerba Buena. It has a menthol flavor that should satisfy those people who like "Kools." Angelica, Angelica sp.:

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Plant Search - Calflora

Calflora: Information on California plants for education, research and conservation.[web application]. 2021. Berkeley, California: The Calflora Database [a non-profit

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Eco-Friendly Garden Tour - Cavanagh Food Forest | Sonoma

Grindelia spp. (Dune Gum Plant) Juncus patens (Blue Rush) Lupinus spp. (Lupine) Penstemon spp. (Beard Tongue) Prunella vulgaris (Self Heal) Rhamnus californica (Coffeeberry) Ribes sanguineum (Red Flowering Current) Sambucus mexicana (Elderberry) Satureja douglasii (Yerba Buena) Other Ornamentals. Lavendula spp. (Lavender) Phlomis fruticosa

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Satureja douglasii “Yerba Buena” - Gardenista

Look here for advice on plants and hardscape materials. We have 200 guides on everything from fences to foxgloves. Satureja douglasii “Yerba Buena” Easy, tough and long lived, it smells heavenly and makes a healthful and tasty, mint-like tea. Used medicinally by native people for indigestion, insomnia, fevers, colds, arthritic pain

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Kelly Marshall's native plant list, Clayton

Satureja douglasii Yerba buena near Redwoods Scrophularia californica California Bee Plant in back, near lawn Sedum spathulifolium Stonecrop moss rock wall in front Sequoia sempervirens 'Aptos Blue' Aptos Blue Redwood front side Sidalcea malviflora Dwarf Checkerbloom front in shade, near path to side gate

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Checklist of plants on the Friday Harbor Laboratories

Continued from page 1) This inventory includes both native and non-native plants located on the Friday Harbor Laboratories Preserve, comprising 484 acres on the east side of San Juan Island, San Juan County. Non-native species (for the purposes of this list, non-native means species not indigenous to San Juan Island) are indicated by an asterisk (*) preceding the scientific name of the plant

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Satureja - Plant List - Bay Natives: Bring Nature Into

Bring nature into your life. herb: Satureja douglasii : Yerba Buena, herb : This fast-growing minty groundcover with the heavenly fragrance once covered large swaths of th Area, giving its Spanish name Yerba Buena ("good herb") to the original pueblo that later became San Francisco.

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Urban Conversion - From lawn to wildlife haven in one year

one of the most prominent plants is a pacific madrone planted on a mound near the center of the landscape. although notoriously difficult to use in landscapes, the madrone is thriving and growing fast nearly 3 years after planting. Here' a partial list of plants in the garden: Cynoglossum grande - Hound's Tongue, Venegasia carpesioides - Canyon Sunflower, Trichostema lanatum - Wooly Blue Curls

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U.S. Native Plants: June

Jun 30,  · Common Name: Oregon-tea, Yerba buena. Synonyms: Micromeria chamissonis, Satureja douglasii. Lifespan: Perennial. Description: This grows to 6 feet wide in a creeping growth pattern. There are round bright green leaves with a mint fragrance and small two-lipped flowers that are white. Arizona has wonderful native plants designed to live and

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Plant of the day: yerba buena | Flowers Of Marin

May 03,  · This inconspicuous, trailing plant is one of the most prized herbs of the west coast. It has a strongly sweet, slightly minty flavor that made it valuable for both cooking and medicine. The city of San Francisco was named Yerba Buena until 1847; in Spanish, the phrase literally means "good herb". Yerba buena (Clinopodium douglasii)

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Douglasie : Baumschule Eggert - Blütensträucher

Yerba buena is found in woods near the coast and coast ranges from los angeles to british columbia where it does well in shade. Clinopodium douglasii) is a creeping flat perennial that can spread to 3' but is easily held to 1'. Douglas fir is a conifer that grows natively throughout north america.

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California Native Plant Society, Yerba Buena Chapter - San

The Yerba Buena Chapter encompasses San Francisco and northern San Mateo Counties and is named for the tiny fragrant mint Satureja douglasii found in this area. This CNPS chapter has San Francisco garden tours in the spring and the plant sales in the fall (when it is easiest to plant natives).

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Growers of drought-tolerant plants and coastal natives

We are a small retail nursery located in western Marin County, California, with a wide variety of native and non-native perennials, grasses, shrubs, and trees. Mostly Natives Nursery | Growers of drought-tolerant plants and coastal natives since 1984

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Richardson Street Workshop

Ipomea batatas (Bronze Sweet Potato Vine) a dark purplish trailer, good foil to the other plants. Satureja douglasii (Yerba Buena) great shade/part sun loving native to Northern California. Has a minty/medicinal scent and sweet little white flowers. Also a good trailer. Echeveria 'Afterglow' (Succulent) my focal point. This is a beautiful gray-purple that seems to have a magenta glow, good

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Plants of Central Oak Woodlands

Small Plants, Vines, and Groundcovers: Adiantum jordanii (Maidenhair Fern) Calochortus albus (White Fairy Lantern) Clarkia unguiculata (Fair-well-to-spring or Elegant Clarkia) Claytonia perfoliata (Miners Lettuce) Satureja douglasii (Yerba Buena) Triteleia laxa (Ithuriel’s Spear)

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Is satureja Douglasii edible?

Yerba buena (Clinopodium douglasii) is also known as Indian mint or Oregon-tea. This Pacific coast native stretches inland as far as Montana in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 7

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