What are some perennial potted plants that grow well in northern California's climate?
Last Summer, I got my first azalea for my balcony garden. I got my first flowers this year!
Everything grows here, but if you are in the valley, watch out for the heat and sun. If you have a good combination of sunny, partial sun, and shady areas, just about anything goes.
Sunset has the definitive gardening book for the wild, wild, west. We are in Zone 9.
Thanks for your answer and the lovely photo!
More like bragging! I thought that I would kill it before it bloomed, but it is healthy and fine. Good luck with your plants. I meant to say "Sunset Publishers". They have a huge book that covers every tree and plant that grows out West!
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