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Native plants  Monkey flower growing in a pot. The flowers, which attract hummingbirds, are said to resemble a grinning monkey.  http://www.latimes.com/home/la-hm-native-plants-photos-011-photo.html

Native plants Monkey flower growing in a pot. The flowers, which attract hummingbirds, are said to resemble a grinning monkey. http://www.latimes.com/home/la-hm-native-plants-photos-011-photo.html

Showy Penstemon (Penstemon spectabilis) brightens up a deonstration garden at the Riverside-Corona Rescource Conservation District in 2011. The native plant is also a favorite of hummingbirds.

Showy Penstemon (Penstemon spectabilis) brightens up a deonstration garden at the Riverside-Corona Rescource Conservation District in 2011. The native plant is also a favorite of hummingbirds.

Flowering Western Redbud tree (Cercis occidentalis) in Southern California, drought tolerant native plant garden

Flowering Western Redbud tree (Cercis occidentalis) in Southern California, drought tolerant native plant garden

Two Californians in Olivier’s garden: wild buckwheat (Eriogonum) and California fuchsia (Epilobium canum)

Two Californians in Olivier’s garden: wild buckwheat (Eriogonum) and California fuchsia (Epilobium canum)

Native plants  An ant crawls across the bud of a California lilac. In winter and spring, lilacs turn western hillsides blue.  http://www.latimes.com/home/la-hm-native-plants-photos-009-photo.html

Native plants An ant crawls across the bud of a California lilac. In winter and spring, lilacs turn western hillsides blue. http://www.latimes.com/home/la-hm-native-plants-photos-009-photo.html

Russian Sage  This super-tough plant can grow to 6 feet tall, and is great for the back row of garden borders or along fences. It is heat and drought resistant, and most pests like deer and rabbits will stay away from it. The fragrant silver foliage is just as pretty as the purple blooms.

Russian Sage This super-tough plant can grow to 6 feet tall, and is great for the back row of garden borders or along fences. It is heat and drought resistant, and most pests like deer and rabbits will stay away from it. The fragrant silver foliage is just as pretty as the purple blooms.

Native plants  The fruit from a coffeeberry bush attract bees. Such established plants do not require irrigation, but look better with moderate watering.  http://www.latimes.com/home/la-hm-native-plants-photos-015-photo.html

Native plants The fruit from a coffeeberry bush attract bees. Such established plants do not require irrigation, but look better with moderate watering. http://www.latimes.com/home/la-hm-native-plants-photos-015-photo.html

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