State, Federal, University and Collaborative Project Links!


Plant Right

PlantRight™ was founded in 2005 to address the ongoing sale of invasive garden plants in California in an environmentally sound and economically viable manner.

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CalPhotos: Plants

This site has photos of all kinds of plants, including weeds but it is a particularly excellent source of California native plants.

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Ask an Expert

Ask an Expert has always offered one-to-one expert answers from Cooperative Extension/University staff and volunteers from across the United States. The latest version expands that one-to-one relationship via the ability to make questions and answers publicly available, on an opt-in basis.

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Calflora

What is Calflora? Calflora is 1. a website you can use to learn about plants that grow wild in California (both native plants and weeds); and 2. a nonprofit organization responsible for the website. Calflora is run by two paid staff members and a few volunteers. Information in Calflora comes from many sources: public agencies, non-profits, scientists, private donors, and you!

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Plants of California

A Guide to Useful, Edible and Medicinal Plants of California. This site was started for a class final project and has now been updated for two semesters. This site is ordered in multiple indexes so you can find what you are looking for in a very organized manner.

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ID Tools

Identification tools for insects and plants.

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CA Native Plant Society

The California Native Plant Society works hard to protect California's native plant heritage and preserve it for future generations. Our nearly 10,000 members promote native plant appreciation, research, education, and conservation through our five statewide programs and 34 regional chapters in California.

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Plants Database

The PLANTS Database provides standardized information about the vascular plants, mosses, liverworts, hornworts, and lichens of the U.S. and its territories.

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