Carpenteria Californica
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Carpenteria californicaβ€”bush anemone. flic.kr/p/rv9yFW
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Carpenteria californicaβ€”bush anemone. Photographed at Regional Parks Botanic Garden located in Tilden Regional Park near Berkeley, CA [5446x4351][OC] flickr.com/photos/john_d_…
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Would love some advice for container gardening in Zone 10a

Hi! I have a sweet roof patio that has a fence around it, but no plants yet and I'd love to have a natives-only container garden. I have tons of south-facing, full sun space and a narrow bit of patio that faces east.

Ideally, I'd love for the plants to stay outside year-round, as I don't have a lot of indoor space to bring them inside in the winter. I would love to hear if anyone has opinions on what kinds of plants to place here. Some thoughts I've had and researched:

California Wild Grape - Vitis californica - for a vine to trellis on the fence

Orange Honeysuckle - Lonicera ciliosa - another vine to trellis on the fence, attracts butterflies and hummers

Bush Anemone - Carpenteria californica - love those fried egg blooms

Sticky Monkey Flower - Diplacus aurantiacus - another hummer attractor, lovely yellow blooms

California Fuschia - Zauschneria canum - beautiful and orange!!

some variety of fragrant jasmine (star jasmine? although that's a bit more common in PNW)

a variety of native sedums and succulents

another native plant resource

anyway, would love to know some thoughts and if I'm heading in the right direction or not. I'm no plant expert, just an enthusiast.

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CA Native plant watering regime.

We planted our front yard with nearly all native plants. I'm looking for recommendations on watering by species. I have learned (after killing a few) plants like Ceanothus need very, very little water. Once a week can kill! I don't have a list of my plants on me at the moment but I will post it later, for now just let me know what species you have, how often you water them and how much. Thanks!

List of my plants:
Achillea millefolium
Arctostaphylos densiflora Baccharis pilularis Bouteloua gracilis Carpenteria californica Ceanothus thyrsiflorus Cercis occidentalis Epilobium californica Eriogonum fasciculatum Eriogonum nudum Fremontodendron californicum Mahonia aquifolium Muhlenbergia rigens Penstemon azureus Quercus lobata Salvia clevelandii Salvia leucophylla Spiraea douglasii Symphoricarpos albus

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Supposedly a California native that is used as a landscaping plant. Evergreen bush, fragrant blooms in spring
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Flowers with different numbers of petals, Marin county, CA imgur.com/aiBnI2b
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