Top Plants For Sonoma CountyThis report lists all plants in the selected Exposure category, and further breaks down each to Water requirements. Click on any plant to see it's full detail.
White, fragrant flowers, berry-like fruit. Good drainage
Slow to establish. Pipe vine swallowtail butterfly larva feeds solely on aristolochia.
Dislikes excessive watering, fertilizing and pruning.
Compact forms available. Extremely fragrant flowers
Dormant in summer with no water.
Many varieties. Good as accent plants or small hedges.
Non-native species require more water, typically have dramatic foliage.
Single, pure-white flowers. Lovely accent shrub.
Foliage resembles piggy-back plant.
Spring flowers followed by long-lasting dramatic white berries.