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Corpse Flower: "Tabatha"     View
Information about Tabatha the Titan, a 5-foot tall specimen of the corpse flower (also known as titan arum) that bloomed in August 2004 at the University of California, Davis. On blooming, the plant produces an odor "as terrible as a corpse. ...

Bureau of Land Management: California Wildflowers     View
Background about the wildflower season in California, which "generally starts with an early spring in the desert regions of southern California, and works its way northward. When the wildflower seasons occur, and how lush they are, depends on th ...

Wildflower     View
This site is "a resource for wildflower enthusiasts and gardeners." It features a history of wildflowers, material about common and botanical wildflowers names, and a wildflower information database, which is sortable by bloom color, heigh ...

Project Budburst     View
"Join thousands of others in gathering valuable environmental and climate change information from across the country. Project BudBurst engages the public in making careful observations of the phenophases such as first leafing, first flower, and ...

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center     View
The goal of the center, formerly the National Wildflower Research Center, is to educate people about "the environmental necessity, economic value, and natural beauty of native plants." The site provides information about the center, information about ...

California Wildflowers     View
Photographs, a description, and distribution information for every California wildflower. Users can browse by color, common name, Latin name, or family name. A California map of floristic regions is also included. From the California Academy of Scien ...

The Theodore Payne Foundation for Wildflowers & Native Plants     View
Find images and details about native California plants (use the "California Native Plant Library" to browse by scientific or common name, endangered status, flowering season, flower color, water needs, and other factors). Also find garden g ...

Gardener's Guide to Global Warming     View
Collection of materials relating to garden plants and potential global warming impacts. Click on the map to find out "if your official State Trees or State Flowers may be affected," view an interactive USDA hardiness zone map for 1990-2006, ...

California Native Plant Society (CNPS)     View
This site deals with all aspects of native plants. Includes information on the protection and preservation of plants in their natural habitat, an inventory of rare plants, and a photo gallery. The site also provides an enormous list of links to botan ...

Delphinium Bakeri Ewan: Baker's Larkspur     View
Collection of information about this extremely rare California native plant species, originally found in Marin and Sonoma counties and now nearly extinct except for a small population in the coastal Marin area. Includes images, distribution maps, tax ...'S%20LARKSPUR



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