California buckwheat

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Synonyms for California buckwheat

low-growing shrub with spreading branches and flowers in loose heads

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The greatest abundance of beneficial insects was collected on California buckwheat, followed, in decreasing amounts, by coyote brush, elderberry, coffeeberry, toyon and California lilac.
Bee-friendly plants in the garden will include lavender, salvia (sage), catmint, California buckwheat, toyon, blad-derpod and tower of jewels.
Some of the showiest perennial natives are the yellow flowered California buckwheat, woolly blue curls, the Matilija poppy, Cleveland sage and Carpenteria.
California buckwheat (Eriogonum fasciculatum) is a California native, hardy in Sunset zones 8, 9, and 14 through 24.
It is an ominous sign for Los Angeles-area hillsides and canyons, where firefighters say a typically hot summer and unusually dry La Nina winter will produce dense carpets of tinder - sagebrush, California buckwheat, pine trees and eucalyptus that grew tall and lush during El Nino's record rains.
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