September in Your Garden

Autumn is a time of transition. Migratory and resident birds abound, and sycamore and big-leaf maple trees present beautiful fall colors.

September plant highlights:

image of Eriogonum grande var. rubescens blooming in the Garden ~ photo by Tricia Wardlaw image of Eriogonum fasciculatum in bloom ~ photo by Robert Muller image of California fuschia (Epilobium canum or Zauschneria) in bloom image of Summer holly (Comarostaphylis) with red berries

  • Buckwheat (Eriogonum) in bloom - blooms fade in September
  • California fuchsia (Epilobium canum, also known as Zauschneria) in bloom - bloom in late summer
  • Summer Holly (Comarostaphylis diversifolia) with red berries in July, August, & September

Gardening tips:

Clean up your garden.

Get ready to plant new California native plants in your garden.

Wildlife activity:

Migratory and resident birds abound.