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16 eriodictyon native to California


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Eriodictyon altissimum is a rare species of flowering plant in the borage family known by the common name Indian Knob mountainbalm. It is endemic to San Luis Obispo County, California, where it is known from only about six occurrences in the Irish Hills on the coast and nearby Indian Knob. This is a shrub growing erect to a maximum height near 4 meters. It has shreddy bark on its larger branches and stems and a sticky exudate on its smaller twigs. The very narrow, linear leaves are up to 9 centi...
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Eriodictyon angustifolium, Narrow-leaved Yerba Santa, is a perennial shrub found in western North America, primarily in California, Utah, Nevada, and Baja California. This plant has white, five-petalled flowers that bloom in June or July. The toothed leaves, about 10 centimeters in length, are sticky above and hairy below.


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Eriodictyon californicum is a species of plant in the Boraginaceae (Borage) family (formerly classified in the Hydrophyllaceae or Waterleaf family). It is found in central to northern California and Oregon, where it grows in several types of habitat, including chaparral and forest. It is a shrub growing one to three meters tall. The smaller branches and foliage are coated in a sticky resin and are often dusted with black fungi. The narrow, long leaves are somewhat lance-shaped and up to 15 centi...
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Eriodictyon capitatum, the Lompoc yerba santa, is a rare evergreen shrub in the borage family. It is endemic to western Santa Barbara County, in California. The plant is endemic to western Santa Barbara County, California, where it is known from only five remaining populations, two of which are located on Vandenberg Air Force Base. It was made a federally listed endangered species in 2000. Besides the Vandenberg populations, there are two populations located just north of Lompoc and a single pop...
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Eriodictyon crassifolium, or thick-leaved Yerba Santa, is a shrub in the Borage family (formerly in the Hydropyllaceae or Waterleaf family). It is endemic to California, where it grows in several types of habitats in the coastal and inland hills and mountains below 6,000 ft., mainly in the southern part of the state. It is a hairy to woolly shrub growing one to three meters tall. The leaves are up to 17 centimeters long by 6 wide, gray-green with a coat of woolly hairs, and sometimes toothed alo...
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Nama lobbii is a species of flowering plant in the borage family known by the common names Lobb's fiddleleaf and woolly nama. It is native to the Sierra Nevada and southern Cascade Range chain in California and adjacent sections of Nevada and Oregon. It grows in high mountain habitat in dry areas on slopes and ridges. It is a rhizomatous perennial herb forming dense mats of hairy hairy to woolly herbage usually spreading more than a meter wide. The sticky, hairy oval leaves are up to six centime...
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Eriodictyon parryi or poodle-dog bush is a tall California mountain shrub with showy purple flowers, which is notable for secreting a severe skin irritant. The plant is endemic to southern California and Baja California. It is particularly common in the Transverse Ranges, and also occurs in the Coast Ranges south of San Luis Obispo, and in the Sierra Nevada as far north as Kings Canyon.


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Eriodictyon tomentosum is a species of flowering plant in the waterleaf family known by the common name woolly yerba santa. This shrub is endemic to California, where it grows on the chaparral slopes of the central coast ranges. It reaches maximum heights anywhere from one to three meters. Its twigs and foliage are covered in a dense coat of white woolly hairs, giving the bush a silvery look. The leaves are oval and up to ten centimeters long and five wide, and they may have small teeth along th...
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Eriodictyon traskiae is a species of flowering plant in the waterleaf family known by the common names Pacific yerba santa and Trask's yerba santa. This shrub is endemic to California, where it grows on the chaparral slopes of the central Coast Ranges and Transverse Ranges. It approaches a maximum height of two meters. Its twigs and foliage are covered in a dense coat of white woolly hairs, giving the bush a gray-green look. The leaves are oval and anywhere from 3 to 14 centimeters long and 1 to...
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Eriodictyon trichocalyx is a species of flowering plant in the Boraginaceae (Forget-me-not) family known by the common name I is native to southern California and Baja California where it grows in several habitat types, including chaparral and grassland There are two recognized varieties with different ranges - var. lanatum is restricted to the Peninsular Range of San Diego County. Var. trichocalyx is restricted to the Transverse Range. It is a shrub growing erect up to about 2 meters tall, with...
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