Cool rain fell yesterday evening through the night, but cleared by morning. The San Pedro annex had 0.55" compared to my house at 0.30".
- Posted from my iPhone
I agree. My native garden is doing OK with supplemental water (I have some less than one year and one year old installed plants).
The source of Margaret's mallow (Lavatera assurgentiflora) was some seed from a neighbor of mine when I lived in Hawthorne. Their mother or grandmother had brought the original seed back from a trip to the Channel Islands. The plants are short lived, but have beautiful flowers and of course they enjoy the climate here, just a short distance from the island where they are from.
Feast your eyes on the PV Blue in this photo. It's about the second best photo I was able to take with my phone during a recent PV Blue release that I participated in. I released two of the butterflies out of about 100 that were released that day. Thank you, PV Land Conservancy!