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wide-fruit mariposa lily(Calochortus eurycarpus)Calochortus eurycarpus
Common Names wide-fruit mariposa lily
Family Lily
Flower Color White-pale pink
Native Yes
Weed No
strict buckwheat (Eriogonum strictum)
Eriogonum strictum
Common Names strict buckwheat, Blue Mountain buckwheat
Family Buckwheat
Flower Color White-pale pink
Plant Type Shrub
Short Description Very low growing.
Native Yes
Weed No
Canby's lomatium (Lomatium canbyi)
Lomatium canbyi
Common Names Canby's lomatium
Family Parsley
Flower Color White-pale pink
Plant Type Herb
Native Yes
Weed No
kellogg spurred lupine(Lupinus caudatus)
Lupinus caudatus
Common Names kellogg spurred lupine
Family Legume or Pea
Flower Color White-pale pink
Plant Type Herb
Native Yes
Weed No
HorehoundMarrubium vulgare
Common Names white horehound, horehound
Family Mint
Flower Color White-pale pink
Plant Type Herb
Short Description Horehound
Location McCall and many locations
Native No
Weed Yes
Palmer's penstemon(Penstemon palmeri)Penstemon palmeri
Common Names Palmer's penstemon
Family Figwort or Snapdragon
Flower Color White-pale pink
Plant Type Herb
Native No
Weed No
bouncingbet, soapwort (Saponaria officinalis)
Saponaria officinalis
Common Names bouncingbet, soapwort
Family Pink
Flower Color White-pale pink
Plant Type Herb
Short Description European origin, escaped as a weed, toxic to livestock but seldom consumed.
Native No
Weed Yes

For additional information please send an e-mail request to:
Dr. Clinton C. Shock
Clinton.Shock@oregonstate.edu

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