Annuals: white phlox (can't remember the name at the moment) with pink Clarkia amoena
Hedge Nettle (Stachys sp.), a volunteer. Sisyrinchium bellum. I have to hold up the flowers because they flop over, sadly.
I'm digging that springbank clover! Never heard of this...do you happen to know the scientific name?
Hi Lisa, It's Trifolium wormskioldii. Apparently it's rhizomes were a big food source for a lot of the native Californian tribes. I grew mine from a couple of cuttings I took at Big Lagoon (in Humboldt County) last year. I really like the flowers too, they're about the size of a quarter, and much more interesting than the typical red or white clovers (in my opinion). I think it'll make a nice ground cover. Thanks for stopping by.
Thanks for posting for Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day, even late. Carol at May Dreams Gardens
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