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  • 1. BOTIC COMMUNITIES
  • 2. Laton - Ventura
    VALLEY GRASSLAND
  • 3. Achilleamillefoliumrosea Island Pink Yarrow
    Yarrow is a perennial that spreads by rhizomes.
    Some plants of each population will have 3- 4"clusters flowers that range from white, to pink to red.
  • 4. ChlorogalumpomeridianumSoap Lily
    Soap Lily has long, strap-like, wavy leaves that lie along the ground, and a loose spike of small white flowers up to 2 feet high, and flowers from around May-August.
  • 5. Ephedracalifornica(No common name)
    Evergreen shrub, 5 ft., dry areas, central and southern California stems used for tea.
  • 6. Kings River at Jackson Ave.
    RIPARIAN
  • 7. Physocarpus capitatusNinebark
    Physocarpus capitatus, or Ninebark, is a deciduous bush with tiny white flowers in 3"-5" clusters, flowering May through July.
  • 8. BidenslaevisJoaquin Sunflower
    Bur Marigold grows in marshy areas, along creeks, and pond edges in California and across to Virginia.
    A rather nice yellow daisy that works well in wetter sections of the garden.
  • 9. TrifoliumClover
    Native clovers are mostly annuals.
  • 10. 41 and Jackson Ave.
    ALKALI SINK
  • 11. AtriplexspiniferaSpinscale
    RhisAtriplex is a four foot grey shrub.
    Native from eastern SLO Co. to Fresno and east.
  • 12. Iva hayesianaHayes iva
    It is 2-3 ft. tall but can be kept lower by pruning.
    Somewhat aromatic foliage.
  • 13. ProsopisglandulosatorreyanaHoney Mesquite
    Honey Mesquite is a deciduous tree to 20 ft.. Native in the San Joaquin Valley, the Mojave Desert and into Mexico.
  • 14. Three Rivers & Sequoia Park Foothill
    FOOTHILL WHOODLAND
  • 15. Quercus berberidifoliaScrub Oak
    An evergreen shrub or small tree.
  • 16. Lupinus albifronsSilver bush lupine
    A 3-5' perennial.
    The flowers 3" blue spikes on a white-silver bush.
  • 17. PityrogrammatriangularisGoldenback Fern
    A 1 foot fern.
    It goes dormant in summer without water.
    It has dark green fronds, the underside coated with a yellowish powder.
  • 18. Sequoia Park 2000-4000 ft.
    CHAPARRAL
  • 19. CastillejasubinclusaLong-leaf paintbrush
    Transverse ranges and along the Sierra foothills to Butte County.
  • 20. Ceanothusthyrsiflorus SkylarkBlue Mountain Lilac
    A California native lilac cultivar that possesses much darker leaves than any other individuals of this species.
  • 21. NicotianabigeloviiIndian Tabacco
    A large distinct annual with white tubular flowers and a distinctly old cigar-grass clippings smell.
  • 22. SEQUOIAs
  • 23. RED FIR
  • 24. MEADOW
  • 25. References
    Las Pilitas Nursery. http://www.laspilitas.com/nature-of-california/communities