Scleranthus biflorus, Poa colensoi, Raoulia hookeri, Berkeley, CA.jpg Garden, Vancouver

Display of New Zealand natives, Berkley Botanical Garden
photo credit: Dave Demers, Principal at CYAN Horticulture

Garden in Vancouver. —  Houzz
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kittb1
Kitt added this to Outdoor living27 Jun 2018

When the climate turns too cold or moist for proper desert plants, substitutions are key — look for better-adapted plants with similar looks. For example, this knawel (Scleranthus biflorus) may replace the yareta we saw earlier on.

dpgs
Dpgs added this to Plants19 Nov 2014

knawel (Scleranthus biflorus) ground cover

melissakellysell
melissakellysell added this to melissakellysell's ideas27 Mar 2013

When the climate turns too cold or moist for proper desert plants, substitutions are key — look for better-adapted plants with similar looks. For example, this knawel (Scleranthus biflorus) may replace the yareta we saw earlier on.

dksuttle
dksuttle added this to New Mexico6 Mar 2013

When the climate turns too cold or moist for proper desert plants, substitutions are key — look for better-adapted plants with similar looks. For example, this knawel (Scleranthus biflorus) may replace the yareta we saw earlier on.

brandybrat
brandybrat added this to landscaping6 Mar 2013

When the climate turns too cold or moist for proper desert plants, substitutions are key — look for better-adapted plants with similar looks. For example, this knawel (Scleranthus biflorus) may replace the yareta we saw earlier on.

pmtong
pmtong added this to pmtong's ideas3 Mar 2013

knawel/Scleranthus biflorus,colder moister conditions than yareta

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