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Plant Information Resources

You can find more information about plants by visiting the website links below. If you observe a plant that you are not familiar with, the information you find on these websites can help you determine what it is.

Find more information about Plants by visiting the website links below.

  • Calflora.org
    Calflora, Wild California Plant Information:
    Features a searchable knowledgebase of California's wild plants.

  • DesertUSA.com
    Desert Flora:
    Featuring information about desert flora - cactus, grasses, shrubs, trees and wildflowers.

  • Wildflower.org
    Wildflower Center, University of Texas at Austin:
    Featuring a searchable Native Plant Information Network (NPIN) database.

Learn more about Plant Classification by visiting the website link below.

  • Plants.USDA.gov
    U.S. Department of Agriculture Plant Classification:
    Features an extensive plant classification tool.

  • SMMFlowers.org
    Santa Monica Mountains Wildflowers:
    Features a useful plant finding tool for plants of the Santa Monica Mountains. Many of the plants found there are also found in our area.

  • Wildflower.org
    Wildflower Center, University of Texas at Austin:
    Featuring a native plant finding tool.

Find out where the blooms are by visiting the website link below.

  • DesertUSA.com
    Desert Wildflower Report for Southern CA:
    Includes feedback from visitors featuring bloom status, weather conditions and pictures of wildflowers.

  • NaturesChatter.com
    Wildflower Bloom Status Log:
    Wildflower Bloom Status for locations in the San Gabriel Foothills, Angeles National Forest, San Bernardino National Forest, Orange County, Inland Empire and other nearby locations.

  • NPS.gov
    Wildflower Viewing Report for Joshua Tree National Park:
    Wildflower updates, compiled by park staff and volunteers, covering several locations within the Joshua Tree National Park desert area of Southern CA.

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