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Twin Flower
Dyschoriste oblongifolia

Perennial, trumpet-shaped lavender flowers have hairy stems and leaf edges; bloom in paired leaf axi… read more

American Water-willow
Justicia americana

Herbaceous, aquatic flowering plant. Grows in dense clusters partially submerged in still or flowing… read more

Justicia californica (Beloperone californica)

Flowering shrub with plentiful tubular flowers in shades of bright to deep red. Densely branched, gr… read more

Carolina Wild Petunia
Ruellia caroliniensis

Blue or violet trumpet-shaped flowers with light green leaves on short hairy stems from leaf axils. … read more

Fringe-leaf Wild Petunia
Ruellia humilis

Fringe-leaf Wild Petunia's multi-branched stem may reach a height of 2 ft. but is usually less than … read more

Violet Wild Petunia
Ruellia nudiflora

Violet Wild Petunia is a semi-sprawling perennial, up to 28 in. high, from a somewhat woody base. F… read more

Stenandrium barbatum

Dwarf, tufted plant, grayish in color with dense, shaggy leaves and short spikes of rose-pink flower… read more

Sea Fig
Carpobrotus chilensis

Mat-forming succulent with extensive, rooting stems and rose-magenta flowers, little to no stalk sea… read more

Hottentot Fig
Carpobrotus edulis

Mat-forming succulent with rooting stems and foliage that can turn a vibrant red to yellow in color.… read more

Crystalline Ice Plant
Mesembryanthemum crystallinum

A non-native, succulent with sub-divided, reclined stems; which are covered with very small, shiny b… read more

Sea Purslane
Sesuvium portulacastrum

Sprawling, multi-branched, perennial herb that grows in coastal areas across much of the planet. Fl… read more

Western Sea Purslane
Sesuvium verrucosum

Gray-green almost silvery perennial herb producing many branching, prostrate or ascending stems up t… read more

Alternanthera philoxeroides

Introduced. A usually aquatic plant that forms mats and is considered a noxious weed in the United S… read more

Amaranthus retroflexus

Monoecious annual, upright herb with a rough, hairy stem, stout, bristly whitish-green flowering spi… read more

Thorny Pigweed
Amaranthus spinosus

Annual herb with clusters of very small greenish-yellow flowers on a strong, bushy, upward-reaching,… read more

Bishop's Goutweed
Aegopodium podagraria

Introduced. A Eurasian perennial with green-and-white leaves, usually divided in 3s, that is cultiva… read more

Seaside Angelica
Angelica hendersonii

Native perennial. Branching, erect, 3-6 ft height. Leaf: pinnate, with rounded toothed leaflets, whi… read more

Water Hemlock
Cicuta maculata (Cicuta mexicana)

Native perennial. Height: 3-7 feet. Habit: erect with hollow stem. The long leaves are made up of se… read more

Poison Hemlock
Conium maculatum

Biennial. Height: 5-8 ft tall. Habit: coarse. Smooth green stem, usually spotted or streaked with re… read more

Cryptotaenia canadensis

Native perennial. Habit: erect. Height: 1' - 3'. Flower: open, irregular white umbel 2" across. Leaf… read more

Queen Anne's Lace
Daucus carota

This is the wild form of the cultivated carrot. Biennial. Height: 3 ft. or more. Flowers are umbels,… read more

Mexican Thistle
Eryngium heterophyllum

Native. Habit: erect, opposite, with a smooth silver stem. Height: 18-24 inches. Leaf: narrow silver… read more

Leavenworth's Eryngo
Eryngium leavenworthii

Leavenworth's Eryngo is a prickly, 20-40 in. annual with a leafy stem, broadly branched in the upper… read more

Rattlesnake Master
Eryngium yuccifolium

Native perennial. Height: to 6 ft. Habit: grass-like, usually unbranched except at top, entire plant… read more

Sweet Fennel
Foeniculum vulgare

Perennial. Habit: erect, height to 7 ft, with a strong odor of anise. Leaf: wispy, finely dissected… read more

Beach Silvertop
Glehnia littoralis ssp. leiocarpa

Low-spreading perennial herb with a long taproot that forms a basal patch of pinnate leaves in roset… read more

Giant Hogweed
Heracleum mantegazzianum

Introduced; noxious weed. A tree-size herbaceous plant with giant white, umbrella-shaped flower clus… read more

Cow Parsnip
Heracleum maximum (Heracleum lanatum)

Very tall perennial herb with very large leaves and white flat-topped or rounded flower clusters whe… read more

Hydrocotyle americana

Native perennial. Habit: prostrate & creeping, with long thin stems often formimg dense mats. Leaves… read more

Fernleaf Desert-parsley
Lomatium dissectum

Perennial herb in the carrot (Apiaceae) family growing from a thick taproot with clusters of flowers… read more

Narrowleaf Desert-parsley
Lomatium triternatum

Native perennial. Habit: grass-like. Height: 6 inches to 3 ft. Flower: small yellow umbels, 3" acros… read more

Spring Gold
Lomatium utriculatum

Native perennial. Stem: hairless to lightly hairy. Height: up to 1.5 feet. Leaf: pinnate and finely … read more

Water Parsley
Oenanthe sarmentosa

Native perennial. Height: up to 40 inches. Habit: lax, often reclining. Leaves: blades up to 1 foot… read more

Sweet Cicely
Osmorhiza claytonii

Native perennial. Habit: single stem covered with soft white hairs, 1-3 ft height. Leaf: toothed or … read more

Wild Parsnip
Pastinaca sativa

Introduced biennial. Height: 1-5'. Habit: erect, with ridged stems, alternate. Leaf: pinnate, with 5… read more

Perideridia gairdneri

Native perennial. Caraway-scented. Height: to 5'. Habit: erect, slender, alternate. Leaf: pinnate, w… read more

Black Snakeroot
Sanicula canadensis

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Water Parsnip
Sium suave

Native perennial. Fragrant. Height: 2-6'. Habit: stout & erect, with single smooth stem, alternately… read more

Ranger's Button
Sphenosciadium capitellatum

Native herbaceous perennial. Habit: erect; stems green to white, roughly hairy; tuberous root. He… read more

Meadow Zizia
Zizia aptera

A cluster of several leafy stems bearing bright yellow flowers in compound umbels.
Flowers: Umbe… read more

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