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Old 29-04-2005, 01:38 AM
Yvonne
 
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Hi All,

I live in the Los Angeles area, and I'm wondering if anyone has any
recommendations for plants that would do well against a south facing, light
colored, stucco wall (hot in summer). I'm primarily interested in using
perennials, in blues, lavenders, purples, yellows, and whites....between 2'
and 4' in height. Any ideas?

Thanks so much!

Yvonne








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Old 29-04-2005, 05:53 PM
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Yvonne wrote:
I live in the Los Angeles area, and I'm wondering if anyone has any
recommendations for plants that would do well against a south facing, light
colored, stucco wall (hot in summer). I'm primarily interested in using
perennials, in blues, lavenders, purples, yellows, and whites....between 2'
and 4' in height. Any ideas?


Climates vary significantly across the city. Just consider the
differences between Northridge (frost in the winter and over 100 in
the summer) and Brentwood (no frost and in the 80s in the summer).
In what part of the city are you?

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David E. Ross
Climate: California Mediterranean
Sunset Zone: 21 -- interior Santa Monica Mountains with some ocean
influence (USDA 10a, very close to Sunset Zone 19)
Gardening pages at URL:http://www.rossde.com/garden/


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