Welcome.

Our corridor of California habitat supporting landscapes in Sebastopol starts at the Sebastopol Chamber of Commerce and the Sebastopol Historical Society then on to the Perennial Meadow at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts.  Take our tour self lead tour here: Sebastopol Tour

Sebastopol Chamber of Commerce Garden

This small landscape shows how you can have a vibrant habitat garden in a pretty small (and busy) spot.  We started here and this garden has evolved over the past years.  We have a few plants from the Arizona desert called Autumn Sages.  But that's OK, native pollinators don't know about boarders!  These plants bloom all year round and provide nectar for hummingbirds when not much else is blooming.

Ceanothus 'Dark Star' Espaliered on a wall. Combined with Salvia 'Bee's Bliss'

Here is our original plan for the Art Center and a plant list:

SEBASTOPOL CENTER FOR THE ARTS

Coyote Brush, Coffeeberry and Poppies of course!
Groundcover Coyote Brush and Coffeeberry. Of course California Poppy steals the show!

And these are most of the plants we installed-

Plants along strip in front of building:

Arctostaphylos 'Sunset' (Manzanita)

Baccharis pilularis 'Twin Peaks' (Dwarf Coyote Bush)

Calamagrostis foliosa (Feather Reed Grass)

Ceanothus 'Joyce Coulter' (California Lilac)

Zauschneria 'Wayne's Silver' (California Fuchsia)

Plants in the Meadow:

Atriplex lentiformis (Salt Bush)

Festuca california (California Fescue)

Juncus patens (Blue Rush)

Monardella villosa 'Russian River' (Coyote Mint)

Salvia 'Winnifred Gillman'

Salvia darcyii (Red Sage)

Sporabolus airoides (Alkali Sacation)

Zauschneria sp. Many Varieties (California Fuchsia)

Hedgerow Shrubs:

Ceanothus 'Julia Phelps' (California Lilac)

Myrica californica (Cal. Wax Myrtle)

Rhamnus 'Mound San Bruno' (Coffeeberry)