Healer’s Garden is Real and Very California Native….

06/27/14: I have added new pictures to show what my garden currently looks like. I also feel that the mystery plant is really a sunflower, not a bean stalk.

When I took control of my owner landscaping obligations in the community where I live, I was able to finally create my Healer’s Garden. This garden is now really starting to look good. It is growing mainly plants which are native to California.  I have planted Creeping Sonoma Sage, lavender, alyssum, strawberries, and California poppy and our native California Rose. I am so happy I am able to obtain these native California plants. It is becoming less and less easy to find them online. But I did it! My garden is blooming.

Also, in my garden I scattered a few pepper seeds. And there is even a mystery plant which I believe is some kind of sun flower. I just wanted to make sure that I documented my garden and took pictures too because it is like a little jewel around here in this community. Very few people are taking responsibility for their own landscaping areas and it shows: the weeds, the snails, the dead plants….ugh! But not here in the Healer’s Garden. It is not like that and never will be. And if you ever want to find a way to where I live, you will know immediately by the garden growing in the front of my home..

Healer's Garden

Healer’s Garden

California Rose

California Rose

Lavender

Lavender

Strawberry

Strawberry

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California Poppy

California Rose

California Rose

 

Healer's Garden

Healer’s Garden

Mystery Plant

Mystery Plant-Sun Flower?

Sweet Allysum

Sweet Allysum

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Creeping Sonoma Sage

Creeping Sonoma Sage

Healer's Garden 06-27-14

Healer’s Garden 06-27-14

Rosa Californica Healer's Garden 06-27-14 Novato, CA

Rosa Californica Healer’s Garden 06-27-14 Novato, CA

Healer's Garden 06-27-14

Healer’s Garden 06-27-14

California Poppy, Creeping Sonoma Sage, and Sweet Alyssum

California Poppy, Creeping Sonoma Sage, and Sweet Alyssum

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