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377 plants native to Tahoe


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Viola pinetorum is a species of violet known by the common names goosefoot violet, goosefoot yellow violet, gray-leaved violet, or mountain yellow violet. It is endemic to California, where it grows in mountain ranges throughout the state. It occurs in various types of mountain habitat, including forests and talus. This herb grows from a tough taproot and produces an erect or decumbent stem up to about 22 centimeters long. The leaves are linear to oval in shape with pointed tips and toothed edge...
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Sandbar Willow (Salix hindsiana) is a native tree or shrub that grows in northern, southern and central California. It tends to grow at elevations from 0-5500 feet.


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Lemmon's Needlegrass (Achnatherum lemmonii) is a native grass that grows in northern, southern and central California. It tends to grow at elevations from 0-7500 feet.


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Amsinckia menziesii (Menzies' Fiddleneck) is a species of plant in the Boraginaceae family, the Borage or Forget-me-not family. It is the "common fiddleneck" and has two varieties:


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Antennaria rosea is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family known by the common name rosy pussytoes. It is native to much of North America, including most of Canada and the western United States. It is a plant of many habitats, from dry to wet climates and low elevation to very high. It is a very morphologically diverse species; individuals can look very different. It is polyploid and exhibits apomixis; most all the plants are female and they reproduce asexually. This is a perennial her...
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Penstemon laetus is a species of penstemon in the Plantaginaceae (Plantain) family known by the common names Gay Penstemon and Mountain Blue Penstemon. It is native to the inland mountains of Oregon and California, where its distribution extends from the Klamath Mountains through the Sierra Nevada to the Transverse Ranges. It is found at elevations from 750 ft. to over 8,000 ft. where grows in forest, scrub, and other mountain habitats. It is a perennial herb growing erect to about 75 centimeter...
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Western White Pine (Pinus monticola; family Pinaceae) is a species of pine that occurs in the mountains of the western United States and Canada, specifically the Sierra Nevada, the Cascade Range, the Coast Range, and the northern Rocky Mountains. The tree extends down to sea level in many areas, particularly in Oregon and Washington. It is the state tree of Idaho, and is sometimes known as the Idaho Pine. Western White Pine is a large tree, regularly growing to 30-50 meter and exceptionally up ...
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Caltha leptosepala (White Marsh Marigold, Twinflowered Marsh Marigold, or Broadleaved Marsh Marigold) is a species of flowering plant in the buttercup family. It is native to western North America from Alaska to New Mexico, where it grows in wet mountain habitats in alpine and subalpine regions. There are two general wild types of this species, one native to the interior and one that grows along the Pacific coast and coastal mountains, but these are not always treated separately. This is a pere...
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Dodecatheon alpinum is a species of flowering plant in the primrose family known by the common name alpine shooting star. This wildflower is native to the southwestern United States where it grows in wet areas in mountains. It is partially aquatic, sometimes growing along the edges of bogs and in shallow, slow rivulets. This is a thick-rooted perennial with narrow, straight leaves around the base. It erects slim, tall stems which are dark in color and are topped with flower clusters of one or mo...
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Red Buckthorn (Frangula rubra) is a native shrub that grows in northern, southern and central California It is native to the mountains and plateau areas of northern and eastern California and western Nevada, including the Sierra Nevada and Klamath Mountains, where it grows in many habitat types, including forests, chaparral, and sagebrush.It is a spreading shrub approaching two meters in maximum height, its bark red or gray. The thin, deciduous leaves are generally oval in shape, green to grayi...
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Penstemon heterodoxus is a species of penstemon known by the common name Sierra beardtongue. It is native to California and western Nevada where it grows in several of the mountain ranges from the Klamath Mountains to the Sierra Nevada and the slopes and plateaus to the east. It grows in subalpine and alpine climates in mountain forests, meadows and talus. It is a perennial herb growing stems upright 65 centimeters in maximum height or in a low, spreading mat. The leaves are lance-shaped to oblo...
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Eriogonum lobbii is a species of wild buckwheat known by the common name Lobb's buckwheat. It is native to most of the mountain ranges of northern California and their extensions into Oregon and Nevada. It is found in a number of mountain plant communities. This is a low-lying perennial with a woody caudex spreading to about 40 centimeters in maximum width. It forms a patch of round, paddle-shaped, woolly leaves one to five centimeters wide in rocky areas. Its flower cluster is rarely erect, ins...
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Epilobium brachycarpum is a species of willowherb known by the common names Tall Willowherb, Tall Annual Willowherb, Panicled Willowherb and Tall Fireweed. It is native to and widespread in North America, where it is a resident of varied open and woodland habitats. It has also been introduced to some areas in South America. This is a tall hairy, hairy annual herb occasionally reaching two meters in height. It is somewhat gangly and thin like an erect weed, with narrow, curving, pointed leaves up...
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Arenaria congesta is a species of flowering plant in the pink family known by the common name ballhead sandwort. It is native to western North America from central Canada to the American southwest. This is a perennial herb forming a tuft of slender upright stems up to about 40 centimeters tall. The leaves are needlelike to thready, up to 8 centimeters long and only a few millimeters wide. They may be fleshy or flat and they often have a very sharp tip. Most of the leaves are located in a patch a...
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Carex nebrascensis is a species of sedge known by the common name Nebraska sedge. It is native to the western and central United States and into central Canada, where it grows in wetlands. It tolerates alkaline soils and submersion for long periods of time. This sedge produces upright, angled, spongy stems up to about 90 centimeters tall. The waxy, bluish leaves form tufts around the base of each stem. The root system is a very dense network of rhizomes. The flower cluster includes a few narrow ...
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Parnassia californica is a species of flowering plant in the small plant family Parnassiaceae known by the common name California Grass of Parnassus. It is native to the mountains of Oregon, California, and Nevada, where it grows in moist areas such as meadows and streambanks. It is a perennial herb producing an erect flowering stem from a patch of basal leaves. The leaf is up to 14 centimeters long with an oval or spoon-shaped blade at the end of a long petiole. The flower cluster may be nearly...
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Agoseris retrorsa is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family known by the common name spearleaf agoseris. It is native to western North America from Washington to Utah to Baja California, where it grows in many types of habitat, including chaparral, scrub, and coniferous forest. It is a perennial herb forming a base of leaves about a number of erect, thick, wool-coated flower clusters up to half a meter in height. The narrow leaves are linear to lance-shaped, and spearlike with curving ...
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Abies magnifica var. magnifica (Red Fir) is a large evergreen tree native to the Sierra Nevada mounains. The name Red Fir derives from the bark color of old trees.The bark on young trees is smooth, grey, and with resin blisters, becoming orange-red, rough and fissured on old trees.It is a high altitude tree, typically occurring at 1,400-2,700 meter altitude, though only rarely reaching tree line. It grows up to 40-60 meter tall and 2 meter trunk diameter, rarely to 76 meter tall and 3 meter diam...
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Mimulus tilingii is a species of monkeyflower known by the common name Tiling's monkeyflower. It is native to much of western North America, from Alaska to California to New Mexico, where it grows in moist and wet habitat, such as streambanks and mountain meadows. This plant is often nearly impossible to distinguish from its common relative, Mimulus guttatus, as their characteristics can intergrade. This is a rhizomatous perennial herb growing 2 to 35 centimeters tall. The oppositely arranged ov...
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Astragalus purshii is a species of milkvetch known by the common names woollypod milkvetch and Pursh's milkvetch. It is native to much of western North America, including the southwestern provinces of Canada and the northwestern United States, where it is known from many types of habitat. This is a small perennial herb forming clumps on the ground no taller than 14 centimeters. The leaves are up to 15 centimeters long and are made up of many oval or rounded leaflets. Stems and leaflets are coate...
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Symphyotrichum ascendens (formerly Aster ascendens) is a species of aster known by the common names western aster and longleaf aster. It is native to western North America from British Columbia to Saskatchewan to Arizona and New Mexico, where it grows in many types of habitat, including disturbed areas. This is a rhizomatous perennial herb growing a branching, erect stem to heights between 20 and 60 centimeters. Leaves are widely lance-shaped to oblong and pointed, the largest ones near the base...
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Yellow Willow (Salix lutea) is a native shrub that grows in northern, southern and central California. It is fast growing and moderately long-lived. It grows in an upright form to a height of 16 feet, with active growth during the spring and summer. Flowers are yellow and bloom in the spring. Leaves are light-green and deciduous. This plant tends to grow in stream edges and wet meadows, at elevations from 5000-9500 feet.


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Chamaebatia foliolosa is a species of aromatic evergreen shrub in the rose family known by the common names mountain misery and bearclover. The Miwok tribe's name for this plant was kit-kit-dizze. This shrub is endemic to the mountains of California, where it grows in coniferous forests. The stems are covered in dark brown bark. The foliage is made up of 3-pinnate leaves, meaning the frondlike leaves are made up of leaflets which in turn are made up of smaller leaflets which are also subdivided....
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Carex simulata is a species of sedge known by the common name analogue sedge. It is native to the western United States and western Canada, where it grows in many types of wet habitat, from mountain meadows to ditches, often in alkaline conditions. This sedge produces sharply triangular stems up to 80 centimeters tall from a long, coarse, dark brown rhizome. The flower cluster is dense and rounded to open and long, containing several flower spikes. The plant is generally dioecious, with individu...
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Carex angustata is a species of sedge known by the common name widefruit sedge. It is native to the western United States from Washington and Idaho to California, where it grows in wet meadows and on streambanks. This sedge grows from a large rhizome network and does not form clumps as many other sedges do. The stems reach up to about a meter in maximum height with narrow, rough leaves. The flower cluster produces a few pistillate spikes and one or two staminate spikes, each a few centimeters lo...
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Sierra Willow (Salix orestera) is a native shrub that grows in Central and Northern California, primarily in the White and Inyo Mountains, the High Sierra Nevada and Sierra Nevada East regions. It is fast growing and moderately long-lived. It grows in an upright form to a height of 10 feet, with active growth during the spring and summer. Flowers are yellow and bloom in the mid spring. Leaves are medium green and deciduous. It tends to grow in meadows and wet places, at elevations from 740...
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Carex utriculata is a species of sedge known by the common name Northwest Territory sedge. It is native to the northern half of North America, including most all of Canada and the northern United States. It is also found in parts of Eurasia. It is a common plant in many types of wetland habitat. This colonial sedge produces stems exceeding one meter in maximum height from a thick network of long rhizomes. The flower cluster is a cylindrical mass of flowers up to about 40 centimeters long with an...
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Carex rossii is a species of sedge known by the common name Ross' sedge. It is native to much of western and central North America, from Alaska and northwestern Canada to the American southwest to the Great Lakes region. It grows in many habitat types, including wet and dry areas in forest, sagebrush, prairie, and alpine meadows. This sedge produces a dense clump or solid mat of slender stems up to about 40 centimeters tall from a shallow network of rhizomes. The pale to dark green leaves are us...
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Eriogonum ovalifolium is a species of wild buckwheat known by the common name cushion buckwheat. It is native to western North America from California to Alberta, where it is a member of many plant communities in varied habitats. There are many varieties of this species but in general it is a tough perennial herb which forms mats in gravelly soil or amongst rocks and produces erect flower clusters up to 35 centimeters in height. The pale green to gray leaves at the base of the plant are rounded ...
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Carex douglasii is a species of sedge known by the common name Douglas' sedge. It is native to much of western North America, including the western Canadian provinces, the western United States, and Baja California. It grows in dry, wet, and seasonally moist habitat, from prairie and grassland to marshes. It is tolerant of sandy and alkaline substrates. This sedge produces triangular stems up to about 40 centimeters high from thin rhizomes. The leaves are thick but narrow and sometimes rolled. T...
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Carex hoodii is a species of sedge known by the common name Hood's sedge. It is native to western North America from Alaska to California to South Dakota, where it grows in dry to moist habitat in forests and on mountain slopes. This sedge produces clumps of very thin stems up to about 80 centimeters in maximum height. The leaves are narrow and coated at the bases in a tight, green sheath. The flower cluster is a dense cluster of spikelets 1 to 2 centimeters long. The flowers have reddish scales...
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Lemmon's Willow (Salix lemmonii) is a native shrub that grows in northern, southern and central California. It is fast growing and long-lived. It grows in an upright form to a height of 14 feet, with active growth during the spring and summer. Flowers are yellow and bloom in the early spring. Leaves are medium green and deciduous. It tends to grow in streams, at elevations from 5000-10000 feet.


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Carex vesicaria is a species of sedge known by the common name blister sedge. It is native to northern North America including most of Canada and the northern United States, and it is known from parts of Eurasia. It grows in wet habitat, including many types of wetland, and areas that are soaked or submerged during the spring and dry over the summer. This sedge produces clumps of triangular stems up to about a meter in maximum height. The flower cluster is a loose cluster of flower spikes, many ...
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Booth's Willow (Salix boothii) is a uncommon native shrub that grows in central and northern California. It is fast growing and moderately long-lived. It grows in an upright form to a height of 24 feet, with active growth during the spring and summer. Flowers are green and bloom in the late spring. Leaves are medium green and deciduous. It tends to grow in wet meadows and shores, at elevations from 0-11300 feet.


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Swamp Knotweed (Polygonum amphibium) is a common native perennial herb in the Polygonaceae (Buckwheat) family that grows throughout California in almost every county. It is a wetland plant that is moderately fast growing and moderately long-lived. It grows in a rounded form to a height of 0.1 foot, with active growth during the summer. Flowers are yellow and bloom in the late spring. Leaves are medium green and deciduous. It tends to grow in shallow lakes and streams, at elevations from 0-10000 ...
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Carex cusickii is a species of sedge known by the common name Cusick's sedge. It is native to western North America from British Columbia to California to Utah, where it can be found in several types of wet habitat, such as marshes, mountain meadows, and ditches. In its range it is most common in the Cascade Range and areas west. This sedge produces clumps of stems up to 1.3 meters tall. It is sometimes dioecious, with male and female flowers occurring on different individuals. The long leaves h...
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Acer glabrum is a species of maple native to western North America, from southeastern Alaska, British Columbia and western Alberta, east to western Nebraska, and south through Washington, Montana and Colorado to California, Arizona and New Mexico. It is a small tree growing to 10 meters tall, with a trunk diameter up to 20-30 centimeters. The flowers are produced in corymbs of five to ten, yellowish-green, at the same time as the new leaves in spring. The fruit is a samara with two winged seeds...
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Carex phaeocephala is a species of sedge known by the common name dunhead sedge. It is native to much of western North America, from Alaska to California to New Mexico, where it grows in high elevation habitat, including areas of alpine climate, generally in rocky soils. This sedge produces dense clumps of stems up to about 45 centimeters in maximum height with several narrow, channeled leaves up to about 20 centimeters long. The dense or open flower cluster contains several spikes of flowers. F...
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Carex raynoldsii is a species of sedge known by the common name Raynolds' sedge. It is native to western North America from California to Colorado to Yukon, where it grows in mountain meadows in subalpine and alpine climates. This sedge produces clumps of smooth stems up to about 75 centimeters in maximum height from a network of rhizomes. The flower cluster is a cluster of separate rounded or oval flower spikes one to two centimeters long, each generally hanging on a peduncle. The female flower...
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Bush Chinquapin (Chrysolepis sempervirens) is a native shrub that grows in northern, southern and central California. It is slow growing and moderately long-lived. It grows in a semi-upright form to a height of 7 feet, with active growth during the spring and summer. Flowers are green and bloom in the mid summer. Leaves are medium green, and remain on the plant throughout the year. It tends to grow in rocky slopes, at elevations from 2500-11000 feet.


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Carex aurea is a species of sedge known by the common name golden sedge. It is native to much of North America, including most of Canada and the western and central United States. It grows in wet habitat, often on soils of a basic pH. It produces stems up to about 40 centimeters tall. The flower cluster produces staminate and pistillate flowers, the latter yielding rounded fruits. The fruit is coated in a sac called a perigynium which is fleshy and green at full size and then turns bright orange...
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Small White Violet (Viola macloskeyi) is a native perennial herb that grows in northern, southern and central California. It is moderately fast growing and short-lived. It grows in a rounded form to a height of 0.5 feet, with active growth during the spring and summer. Flowers are white and striking, and bloom in the early spring. Leaves are medium green and deciduous. It tends to grow in , at elevations from 3300-11200 feet.


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Arceuthobium campylopodum is a species of dwarf mistletoe known as western dwarf mistletoe. It is native to the low to moderate elevation coniferous forests of western North America. It is a common parasite of several species of pine tree, including Jeffrey Pine, Ponderosa Pine, and Coulter Pine. The dwarf mistletoe is a greenish-yellow structure above the bark of the tree, while most of the plant is beneath the bark. Seeds mature during the fall and disperse to nearby trees. Test 1


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Threadleaf Fleabane (Erigeron filifolius) is a native perennial herb that grows in Southern and Northern California, primarily in the Modoc Plateau region. It is fast growing and short-lived. It grows in an upright form to a height of 1 foot, with active growth during the spring and summer. Flowers are purple and striking, and bloom in the late summer. Leaves are medium green and deciduous. It tends to grow at elevations from 4000-6500 feet.


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Carex athrostachya is a species of sedge known by the common name slenderbeak sedge. It is native to western North America, including Alaska to central Canada, the western contiguous United States, and just into Baja California. It grows in wet and seasonally wet areas, such as wetlands and meadows. It produces dense clumps of stems up to 80 centimeters tall. The flower cluster is a dense green to brown cluster one or two centimeters long.


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Geyer's Willow (Salix geyeriana) is a native shrub that grows in northern, southern and central California. It is fast growing and moderately long-lived. It grows in an upright form to a height of 15 feet, with active growth during the spring and summer. Flowers are yellow and striking, and bloom in the spring. Leaves are medium green and deciduous. It tends to grow in streams and meadows, at elevations from 5000-10500 feet.


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Carex microptera is a species of sedge known by the common name smallwing sedge. It is native to western North America, including most all of western Canada and the western United States. It occurs in moist mountain habitat such as meadows and riverbanks. This sedge produces dense clumps of erect stems over 20 centimeters tall and up to about a meter in height. The flower cluster is a dense cluster of green or brown spikes packed tightly and indistinct from each other.


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Kellogg's Sedge (Carex lenticularis var. lipocarpa) is a native grass that grows in northern, southern and central California. It is moderately fast growing and long-lived. It grows in an upright form to a height of 3 feet, with active growth during the spring and summer. Flowers are green and bloom in the late spring. Leaves are medium green and deciduous. It tends to grow in wet places, at elevations from 1000-11200 feet.


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Carex nervina is a species of sedge known by the common name Sierra sedge. It is native to California and adjacent parts of Oregon and Nevada, where it grows mainly in mountain meadows. It forms thick clumps of spongy, winged stems up to about 70 centimeters tall. The flower cluster is a dense cluster of a few compact spikes up to 3 centimeters long. The fruit is coated in a shiny green or brown toothed perigynium.


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Prairie Flax (Linum lewisii var. alpicola) is a native perennial herb that grows in Central California, primarily in the White and Inyo Mountains, the High Sierra Nevada and Sierra Nevada East regions. It tends to grow in dry open ridges and slopes, at elevations from 6600-11200 feet.


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Castilleja applegatei is a species of Castilleja known by the common names Applegate's Indian paintbrush and wavyleaf Indian paintbrush. It is native to the western United States. It is a short perennial with sticky, wavy-edged leaves. It bears bright, showy paintbrush-shaped flower clusters of small red to yellowish-red tubular flowers.


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Whiteleaf Manzanita (Arctostaphylos manzanita ssp. manzanita) is a native shrub that grows in Northern, Southern and Central California, primarily in the North Coast, the North Coast Range and Sierra Nevada Foothill region. It tends to grow in slopes and rocky places, at elevations from 0-3900 feet.


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Cistanthe umbellata (formerly Calyptridium umbellatum) is a species of flowering plant in the purslane family known by the common name Mount Hood pussypaws. It is native to western North America from British Columbia to California to Colorado, where it grows in a number of habitat types, including in areas inhospitable to many plant types, such as those with alpine climates. It is a perennial herb forming generally two or more basal rosettes of thick, spoon-shaped leaves each a few centimeters l...
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Western Wallflower (Erysimum capitatum ssp. capitatum) is a native perennial herb that grows in northern, southern and central California. It tends to grow at elevations from 0-13100 feet.


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Linanthus pungens (syn. Leptodactylon pungens) is a species of flowering plant in the phlox family known by the common names granite prickly-phlox and granite gilia. It is native to western North America from British Columbia to Baja California and east to Montana and New Mexico. This plant has been called a shrub or a perennial herb with an especially woody base. It produces several stems which may grow erect or may be short and spreading, forming a mat. Mat-forming plants are more common at hi...
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Squirreltail (Elymus elymoides ssp. elymoides) is a native grass that grows in northern, southern and central California. It tends to grow in dry open places, at elevations from 2600-13100 feet.


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Western Rye Grass (Elymus glaucus ssp. glaucus) is a native grass that grows in northern, southern and central California. It tends to grow in open places, at elevations from 0-8200 feet.


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Mountain Meadow Beardtongue (Penstemon rydbergii var. oreocharis) is a native perennial herb that grows in central and northern California. It tends to grow in moist meadows and streambanks, at elevations from 3900-10200 feet.


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Sierra Bog Orchid (Platanthera dilatata var. leucostachys) is a native perennial herb that grows in northern, southern and central California. It tends to grow at elevations from 0-11000 feet.


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Carex heteroneura is a species of sedge known by the common name different-nerve sedge. It is native to western Canada and the western United States, where it grows in moist mountain habitat such as forests and meadows. This sedge produces clumps of stems up to a meter-3 feet tall, often much shorter. The plant is variable in appearance, including in the appearance of its identifying characters, such as the scales on the flowers and the perigynia on the fruits. In general the spikes are oblong o...
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Pallid Mountain Monardella (Monardella odoratissima ssp. pallida) is a native perennial herb that grows in central and northern California. It tends to grow at elevations from 2000-10200 feet.


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Pursh's Milk Vetch (Astragalus purshii var. tinctus) is a native perennial herb that grows in northern, southern and central California. It tends to grow in dry flats and slopes, at elevations from 1500-9500 feet.


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Twinberry (Lonicera involucrata var. involucrata) is a native shrub that grows in central and northern California. It tends to grow in moist places, at elevations from 2000-9500 feet.


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Sticky Cinquefoil (Potentilla glandulosa ssp. glandulosa) is a common native perennial herb that grows in northern, southern and central California. It tends to grow at elevations from 0-3900 feet.


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Big Deervetch (Lotus crassifolius var. crassifolius) is a native perennial herb that grows in northern, southern and central California. It tends to grow at elevations from 1000-6900 feet.


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Sierra Beardtongue (Penstemon heterodoxus var. heterodoxus) is a native perennial herb that grows in central and northern California. It tends to grow in slopes and meadows, at elevations from 6600-12800 feet.


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Toxicoscordion exaltatum (syn. Zigadenus exaltatus), the Giant Deathcamas, is a flowering plant in the genus Toxicoscordion. It is endemic to California, where it can be found in the Sierra Nevada foothills.


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Western Bladderpod (Lesquerella occidentalis ssp. occidentalis) is a native perennial herb that grows in central and northern California. It tends to grow at elevations from 0-8000 feet.


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Mountain Monardella (Monardella odoratissima ssp. odoratissima) is a native perennial herb that grows in Central and Northern California, primarily in the Warner Mountains and Modoc Plateau regions. It tends to grow at elevations from 2000-10200 feet.


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Water Sedge (Carex aquatilis var. aquatilis) is a native grass that grows in northern, southern and central California. It tends to grow in wet places, at elevations from 0-10500 feet.


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Phlox douglasii, common name tufted phlox or Columbia phlox, is a species of perennial herb belonging to the family Polemoniaceae. It is unclear whether the species is distinct from Phlox caespitosa. Tufted Phlox is native to northwestern United States. Habitat. This species prefers dry areas, sagebrush scrubs and woodlands, at elevation of 1,500-2,000 metres (4,900-6,600 ft) above sea level.


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Lemmon's Sedge (Carex lemmonii) is a native grass that grows in northern, southern and central California. It tends to grow in wet meadows and bogs, at elevations from 2300-10000 feet.


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Greensheath Sedge (Carex feta) is a native grass that grows in northern, southern and central California. It tends to grow in moist meadows and streambanks, at elevations from 100-7800 feet.


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Eaton's Aster (Aster eatonii) is a native perennial herb that grows in northern, southern and central California. It tends to grow in wet places, at elevations from 1600-6600 feet.


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Salix eastwoodiae is a species of willow known by the common names mountain willow, Eastwood's willow, 'and Sierra willow. It is native to the northwestern United States, where it grows in subalpine and alpine climates in mountain habitats such as talus and streambanks. It is a shrub growing up to 4 m (13 ft) tall, with branches yellowish, brown, red, or purplish in color and coated in short hairs, sometimes becoming hairless. The leaves are narrowly or widely lance-shaped and up to 10 cm long, ...
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Smoothstem Sedge (Carex laeviculmis) is a native grass that grows in central and northern California. It tends to grow in moist area, at elevations from 2300-6000 feet.


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Salix ligulifolia is a species of willow known by the common name strapleaf willow. It is native to the western United States. It grows in moist and wet habitat, such as riverbanks, swamps, and floodplains, such as in the Sierra Nevada in California. Salix ligulifolia is a shrub growing up to 8 meters tall. The lance-shaped leaves may grow over 13 centimeters long. They are finely serrated along the edges, with some leaves appearing almost smooth-edged or studded with glands. The inflorescence i...
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