There are many including the achillea, Clarkia, and dudleya. You can find many more at the link below.
any type of cactus is pretty good against both drought, and cold temperatures. Those things are hardy plants….the problem is all the spikes…..
Much of California is in the planting zone 9, with some of the more inland areas listed as zone as low as 5 and a few narrow strips of coastal areas at zone 10 or 11. Here are a few plants listed as drought tolerant plants that like these zones.
Japanese lauryl, oxeye sunflower, angel’s trumpet, lion’s ear, and Nellie Stevens holly.
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