The flowers of toyon
, a native shrub, are a nectar source for beneficial insects.
Dominant plant species at the reserve include interior live oak (Quercus wislizeni), blue oak (Quercus douglasii), chamise (Adenostoma fasciculatum), toyon
(Heteromeles arbutifolia), and mountain mahogany (Cercocarpus betuloides).
Lutz (2013) counted 689 plants in 2013 along 131m of stream with an extensive overstory (Brewer's willow, California bay, California coffee berry Frangula californica, toyon
Heteromeles arbutifolia) and shade that appeared to be adversely impacting Chorro Creek bog thistle.
WHILE "SILICON VALLEY" CO-Creator Mike Judge and showrunner Alec Berg have been devising the outlandish goings-on and shenanigans on the hit HBO comedy, production designer Richard Toyon
and his right-hand woman, art director Oana Bogdan, have been busy making the interiors and exteriors look exactly like those in the actual Silicon Valley
Taller accents could be cordyline, flannel bush, or toyon
7 Sep Royce Canyon, Griffith Park Drive, Toyon
About 22 miles off the Port of Los Angeles in Toyon
Bay, Santana, who is an instructor at the Catalina Island Marine Institute, spotted a huge eyeball, half the size of a dollar, buried under the sand.
Ahi encontramos dos especies botanicas que no existen en los demas sitios: la identificada como "bellotita dulce" por Teodora Cuero en una fotografia digital; y el toyon
, para el cual los kumiai entrevistados no tuvieron nombre local.
In the 1880s, Cyrus Mills planted a double row of non-native eucalyptus trees along the original Bryant Path; a generation later, McMinn (1919) published A Manual of Trees, Shrubs and Vines of Mills College Campus, in which he advocated the planting of native California trees and shrubs including, as the heritage plan notes, redwood, oak, manzanita, toyon
, and ceanothus.
The production designer for "Elevator" is Richard Toyon
("Hung," "United States of Tara").
Some believe the area was named after the native Toyon
plant, or "California Holly," which grows on the district's hillside.
The project, which is expected to take about five years, began last summer and involves the reintroduction of native southern California plant species such as the California sage, toyon
, laurel sumac, oak and walnut trees and coffeeberry.