Western Hills Garden—
What’s Blooming?

Fall 2017: Autumn is here with early Camellias, Grevilleas, ‘Hercules’ Lilies, and Fall Color.

Still some late bloomers: abelia, abutilon, asclepias (“Milkweed”), banksia, bidens, callistemon (“pink bottlebrush”), cestrum, coral tree, correa, cuphea, dahlia, dietes bicolor, euphorbia, fremontodendron, fuchsia (“Aborense” and others), geranium maculatum, grasses (“Blue Fescue” and others), grevillea, hebe, hydrangea, Himalayan impatiens, iochroma, justicia brandegeana (“Mexican shrimp plant”), leonotis leonurus, malvaviscus arboreus var. drummondii (“Turkscap”), nerine lily, oregano, pieris, roses, rosemary, salvia, h. seemanii (“climbing hydrangeas”), senecio, teucrium, tibouchina urvilleana (“Princess Flower”), trachelium caeruleum, tradescantia, verbena, water lilies, westringia.

Photos: Grevillea ‘Moonlight’, Camellia sasanqua, ‘Hercules’ lily.

Hercules lily at Western Hills Garden
Moonlight grevillea at Western Hills Garden
Camellia sasanqua at Western Hills Garden

Plants are also available for sale—see current favorites.

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Western Hills Garden, 16250 Coleman Valley Road, Occidental CA 95465
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