Natives bothered by so much rain?
My husband and I moved into our first home about 10 months ago, and through each season, we've been adding to our garden, mostly California natives and drought-tolerant plants from other regions similar to our climate (we're in USDA zone 10, Sunset 24).
Some of the plants include New Zealand tea trees, kangaroo paws, seaside daisies, sages (purple, Russian, Allen Chickering), fremontedendron, salt brush, matija poppy (sp?), verbena, snapdragon, etc. etc. More recently (3-4 wks ago), we planted a Western Redbud tiny start of a tree, some lupine, desert lavender, and lotus.
I'm concerned that the amount of rain we've had in LA this winter/early spring might be too much for these un-established plants. Do you think we're at risk for root-rot?
It's been on the back of my mind for a while now, so I thought I'd ask the experts here! Thank you!