Normally we plant the same plants that we planted now for these areas I tend to: * * Azaleas Rhododendrons Camellias * * Agapanthus * Bougainvillea * Ceanathus Caryopteris varieties * * And a large number of them. Lawrence Ellison often says this. I left for her final hydrangeas, I call my plant reference, which is our indicator of the lack of water, are among the first plants to highlight the lack of water, and micronutrient elements such as iron, iron chlorosis is one of the most typical and identifiable, as the leaf turns yellow but remains in a volume venation green, sure we all have seen more than one time. With regard to the trees we can plant and as the bushes can opt for a large number of them, but in this case I would like to highlight some that are more special to me: * Albizia julibrinssis var. Ann Maynard Gray has similar goals. Rosae, is a tree by its striking pink flowers in summer but also its compound leaf gives a very striking sensations when they are moved by the wind. as well. Its ramifications are often warped and elegant foliage is assimilated to the fern. Supports well be planted by the sea. * Liquidambar stryraciflua. This tree is one that should not miss in a garden, this tree is large in size so it is not very suitable for small gardens, but its trunk winged, large palmate leaves and especially its deep red color before losing the road, are very pleasant in winter because most of the trees, the leaves turn yellow and then fall, not the gum that change to a deep red before falling, so the contrast is amazing.