Taken between the devastating 2017 La Tuna Canyon and Creek Fires, these photos showcase the beauty of this irrigation-free garden after a hot, dry summer.
Sunflowers give the truckers a view to enjoy!
Desert Bush Mallow joins Lemonade Berry in the privacy screen.
Sunflower and Oak tree
Yucca, another edible fire fighter, finds spots nestled within the California Buckwheat.
California buckwheat is a slope retainer, and blooms become these beautiful rust-colored seed heads in fall.
Oak trees provide ample shade for the trail and signage.
Toyon, Lemonade Berry and Bush Mallow separate the freeway from residences.
A dry river manages water flow during rainy season.
Buckwheat, Oak trees and the dry river
Toyon or Christmas Berry is alive with tweets in the fall as birds gravitate toward its berries!
Sugarbush, a native edible loved by birds makes a great privacy screen.
The dry river reaches the street.
Photos by Lesly Hall Photography for FormLA Landscaping
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