Evan Meyer

executive director, Theodore Payne Foundation for Wild Flowers & Native Plants

Executive director of Theodore Payne Foundation

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Conditions appear just right for a spring superbloom after a rainy winter, meaning colorful California hillsides and fields are coming.

Superbloom season is here. Where to go see kaleidoscope of wildflowers

Conditions appear just right for a spring superbloom after a rainy winter, meaning colorful California hillsides and fields are coming.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

It is possible to create a beautiful and functional home garden during California’s upcoming drought-induced water restrictions.

Say no to gravel, yes to drought-resistant plants amid CA water shortage

It is possible to create a beautiful and functional home garden during California’s upcoming drought-induced water restrictions.

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Native plants are vital to the health of the local ecosystem, particularly during a time of climate change, hotter weather, and droughts.

Native plants allow Californians to rebuild nature and save water, says chief of Theodore Payne Foundation

Native plants are vital to the health of the local ecosystem, particularly during a time of climate change, hotter weather, and droughts.

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