Mediterranean garden with curving pathways of DG and drought tolerant plants
San Anselmo garden filled with colorful drought-tolerant plants and curvaceous pathways with flagstone and DG leading to a stately pergola.
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Eastern redbud. Once the first frost hits, you'll be as impressed by the brilliant fall colors of the Eastern redbud (Cercis canadensis) as you were by its spring blossoms. It's not as large as an oak or a large maple, usually growing to a height and width of about 25 to 35 feet — large enough to provide shade, but small enough to not overwhelm the rest of the landscape. It grows best in zones 4 though 8 and can handle both full sun and light shade. You'll need to provide regular water and good drainage.