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Drought Tolerant Gardening with San Francisco Native Plants

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Water conservation is essential in the design and management of California drought tolerant landscapes.

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Water conservation is essential in the design and management of California drought tolerant landscapes. Matching water supply to plant needs leads to drought tolerant landscape choices. Local San Francisco native plants are beautiful, drought tolerant, adapted to our varied soils and co-evolved with our local pollinators.

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The California Native Plant Society (CNPS) is a statewide non-profit organization of amateurs and professionals. Our goals are to increase understanding of California’s native flora and to preserve this rich natural heritage for future generations. The Yerba Buena Chapter encompasses San Francisco and northern San Mateo Counties and is named for the tiny fragrant mint Satureja douglasii found in this area.

Chapter Activities are as diverse as our membership and range from conservation and habitat restoration to native plant gardening and photography.

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