Artemisia californica (California sagebrush), Salvia mellifera, Encelia californica (California brittlebush), and Eriogonum
fasciculatum] and mature plants salvaged from donor sites have been used with great success in mitigation efforts (Bowler et al.
Ashland in Oregon when he saw a single worker on a flower, Sulphur eriogonum
, near the Pacific Crest Trail.
05) differences between two clusters for Artemisia, Antennaria, bare ground, and Eriogonum
fasciculatum Setaria italica (L.
For instance, through a partnership with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) we are using molecular and quantitative techniques to study the restoration genetics of six Penstemon and Eriogonum
Forbs, which generally are unavailable in winter, include Eriogonum
kennedyi, and Lomatum sp.
23 + nuttallii Epilobium angustifolium 8 + Erigeron caespitosus 31 + Eriogonum
They increase in abundance from north to south, and species of Eriogonum
(Polygonaceae), Dalea (Leguminosae), and creosote bushes (Larrea, Zygophyllaceae) are abundant.
Another recent discovery, Lesquerella tuplashensis, as well as a new plant called Eriogonum
codium, were found not long ago thriving on the grounds of Washington's Hanford Nuclear Reservation.
Achillea millefolium(*) Lupinus sericeus(*) Phacelia hasrata(*) Potentilia gracilis(*) Eriogonum
umbellatum Viguiera multiflora(*)
enoptes columbiae (Mattoni), feeds almost exclusively on the long-lived prostrate shrub, Eriogonum
I love to watch the Eriogonum
seeds deepen into their rust color against gray foliage and grasses.