A shrub in the heath family that grows in coastal chapparal areas of southern California and Baja California, which can exceed 13 feet.,
A reddish-brown succulent with white flowers that grows in coastal southern California and Baja California.
This flowering plant occurs in dry canyons and washes, coastal scrub and chaparral below 1000'. It is rare in California and blooms from December to April.
This shrub is found only in the chaparral areas of San Diego. It can reach anywhere from 3 feet to 13 feet in height. It blooms with urn-shaped white flowers.
Nevin's barberry is a federally listed endangered species with roughly 500 individuals remaining across southern California.
This rare and declining flowering plant occurs in coastal mountain ranges in dry chaparral and coastal sage scrub habitat
This perennial herb is native to California and Baja California and occurs in wetlands, riparian areas and vernal pools.
Heart-leaved pitcher sage
Also called Santa Ana pitcher sage, this native shrub grows in chaparral areas between 600-1200 meters in elevation.
A rare species of flowering plant in the phlox family, growing only in vernally wet areas (vernal pools).
Engelmann oak is a small tree that grows up to 33 feet tall, and is mostly evergreen with thick gray bark and leathery leaves.
San Miguel savory
An uncommon flowering plant in the mint family with a wonderful minty fragrance.
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Gander's ragwort is a rare, hairy plant with yellow flowers that grows well in chaparral and especially after a fire.
A flowering shrub native to the chaparral areas of southern California and Baja California, and can grow up to 6 feet.