Plants that naturally occur in dry, gravelly places—like this five-needle pricklyleaf—thrive in the cracks of the living wall.
Chalk dudleyas grow on steep cliff faces in southern California, just like this. Hummingbirds visit the showy red flowers in spring.
Manzanitas are super stars among California native shrubs. Their pink to white winter flowers attract hummingbirds and bees and their little-apple fruits feed all sorts of birds and mammals.
Discover what plants and animals live in the nooks and crannies of this beautiful sandstone wall that curves along the north side of the garden.