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1 NATIVE PLANTS OF SAUSAL REDWOOD COMMUNITY PERIOD 4 Environmental Studies I________ COMMON AND SCIENTIFIC NAME PICTURE NATIVE OR NON-NATIVE (INVASIVE?) ROLE IN COMMUNITY GROWTH FORM AND OTHER INFORMATION *ADD references for information.

2 ANGELINA LI California Blueberry Rubus ursinus The berries are widely used as a food source for wildlife. Interesting Facts: 1. vigorous spreaders, and need high amounts of moisture to set large fruit 2. can form a good sized patch, growing as much as 3 ft. tall by 6 ft. wide

3 RIKEY CHEN Berkeley Sedge Berkeley sedge is a good solution for areas under stress where lawn grasses often fail. It is not a native species and it is a type of grass. Carex divulsa

4 Amy Wong http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sequoia

5 Lai Chao What does it do for the community? make excellent ground covers for shady sites Used for medicine and food purposes The flowers of wild ginger, Asarum canadense, are small, dark-colored and hidden by the foliage. Common Name: Scientific Name: Asarum canadense Interesting Facts: Native Americans used the root to flavor foods, but it’s not the same as the ginger in the supermarkets Used for many medical purposes including the treatment of digestive disorders, especially gas, and in a poultice on sores Plant type: Perennial Special Features: Attractive Foliage, Deer Resistant, Easy to Grow

6 Kevin Truong http://gpnc.org/spiderwo.htm http://home.howstuffworks.com/spiderwort. htm

7 California Huckleberry ( Vaccinium ovatum ) by Jacky Ngay Perennial sub shrub. Dicotyledon native to the U.S. Most active growth period in the spring and summer. At maturity, it will reach up to 8 feet high and lives up to 20 years. It provides food/materials and natural shade to the environment. http://www.gardenguides.com/taxonomy/cali fornia-huckleberry-vaccinium-ovatum/

8 Berkeley Sedge (Carex divulsa) By: Denny Zhu Genus: Carex Type: Grasses Height: 1 ft. to 3 ft. Spread: 1 ft. to 3 ft. Growth Habit: Clumps Light: Full Sun to Part Shade; Part Shade to Full Shade The Berkeley Sedge is a Native Species It is not endangered or threatened Description: The Plant has long leaves. http://www.finegardening.com/plantguide/carex-divulsa-berkeley-sedge.aspx

9 Category-Dicot General Type-Forb/herb Growth Duration-Perennial Plant Nativity-Native to U.S. http://www.gdanmitchell.com/2009/03/28/milkmaids-plants-redwood-forest By Jacky Chau

10 Stream Violet (Viola Glabella) By: Christopher Ngo The Wahiawa Stream Violet (Viola Helenae) is generally described as a perennial subshrub or shrub or forb/herb. This dicot (dicotyledon) is native to the U.S. (United States).

11 Baneberry (Actaea Rubra) Baneberry grows rapidly to two or three feet and then puts out long flower stems topped by a cylinder of white flowers. native from northern and western America in the family. (tiara Barrington)

12 Woolly Angelica Native plant (Angelica tomentosa) It is native to the coastal mountain ranges of California The leaves may be nearly a meter long but are actually made up of many leaf like leaflets, each up to 12 centimeters long and lance-shaped to oval and sometimes toothed (carmen calderon)

13 BETTY HO Salal Plant Common name: Salal Scientific name:Gaultheria shallon Pursh Growth Habit: ShrubGrowth Habit: This Salal Plant is a Native Species. It’s actively growing during: Spring, Summer, and Fall http://plants.usda.gov/java/charProfile?sy mbol=GASH

14 JENNIFER LAM CA Blackberry (Rubus ursinus) Native plant The berries are used as a food source for wildlife. Offers excellent escape and nesting cover and is good for erosion control Habitat: Shrubs

15 VAN LA Wood Rose (Rosa gymnocarpa) Native Plant Wood Rose provides food for birds such as humming birds An interesting fact about this flower is that it gives off a fragrance The flower’s fruit is edible Growth Habitat : Shrub

16 California Blackberry Rubus ursinus The berries are widely used as a food source for wildlife. vigorous spreaders, and need high amounts of moisture to set large fruit can form a good sized patch, growing as much as 3 ft. tall by 6 ft. wide NATIVE Offers excellent escape and nesting cover and is good for erosion control http://www.calfloranursery.com/pages_plants/pages_r/ruburs.html Angelina Li

17 What does it do for the community? make excellent ground covers for shady sites Used for medicine and food purposes The flowers of wild ginger are small, dark- colored and hidden by the foliage. Common Name: Native Species! Scientific Name: Asarum canadense Interesting Facts: Native Americans used the root to flavor foods, but it’s not the same as the ginger in the supermarkets Used for many medical purposes including the treatment of digestive disorders, especially gas, and in a poultice on sores Plant type: Perennial Special Features: Attractive Foliage, Deer Resistant, Easy to Grow http://www.hort.wisc.edu/mastergardener/Features/foilageplants/asarum/araru m/htm

18 Stream Violet (Viola Glabella) By: Christopher Ngo The Wahiawa Stream Violet (Viola Helenae) is generally described as a perennial subshrub or shrub or forb/herb. This dicot (dicotyledon) is native to the U.S. (United States). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_V iola_species

19 Berkeley Sedge (Carex divulsa) By: Denny Zhu Genus: Carex Type: Grasses Height: 1 ft. to 3 ft. Spread: 1 ft. to 3 ft. Growth Habit: Clumps Light: Full Sun to Part Shade; Part Shade to Full Shade The Berkeley Sedge is a Native Species It is not endangered or threatened Description: The Plant has long leaves.

20 Tellima grandiflora Native plant species Provide food [for hummingbirds], herbs, provide oxygen, great for bird gardens or butterfly gardens Growth form: forbs It doesn’t tolerates drainage and seasonal flooding

21 Denise Man Giant Trillium Trillium Cholorpetalum The giant trillium are native plants and the live in groups in a woodland or shady area. They are subshrub type of plants, which mean they grow usually under 0.5 m. Their flowers come in a variety of colors- purple, white, and yellow.

22 Wych Elm tree(ULMUS Glabra) By: Eric saechin  Invasive To sasual creek  Can reach to 40 meter; uneven leaves  Can get disease like Dutch elm disease  Bad for Env. Of sasual creek  Deep stuck in roots;derooting is difficult  Can spread to 10 ft

23 Erika Huang Redwood Sorrel (Oregon oxalis) Redwood Sorrel’s role in a community is to preserve moisture and it makes a lush, solid, inviting carpet on the cool floors of a redwood forest. Also, they act like dripping umbrellas and covers hidden spots where tree frogs hide. It’s edible too. Redwood Sorrel is known as a forb because it has soft stems and leaves. http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Redwood_sorrel&oldid=289783108

24 Native Plant Dicot Compound umbel Perennial Herb Used for medicine, cake decorations, candies, and to ward off evil spirits Likes rich, moist garden soil in partial shade, especially likes cool northern regions By Becky Tsang http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angelica_tomentosa

25 Ana Patito Cape Ivy 1) Scientific name: Delairea odorata 2) Its an invasive species What makes it a "BAD" plant? Cape ivy grows rapidly, and takes root wherever a leaf node touches the ground. Tiny portions of stem can survive for long periods before resprouting. Plants can live an extended period without light or water. The dense vines overtop and smother out native shrubs, tree seedlings, and associated herbaceous plants. Cape ivy is a threat to the integrity of coastal scrub and riparian vegetation. http://www.cal-ipc.org/ip/management/ipcw/pages/detailreport.cfm@usernumber=41&surveynumber=182.php

26 Denise Man Giant Trillium Trillium Cholorpetalum The giant trillium are native plants and the live in groups in a woodland or shady area. They are subshrub type of plants, which mean they grow usually under 0.5 m. Their flowers come in a variety of colors- purple, white, and yellow.

27 BETTY HU Growth Habit: Forbs Interesting Fact: Smells like a minty toothpaste and was used by Spanish as cure for sore throats. What it does in the community: Butterflies use as a nectar source. Common Name: Scientific Name: Monardella villosa www.laspilutas.com/nature-of- california/plants/monarciella-villosa.

28 BETTY DO Fairy Bells Disporum maculatum Scientific Name: Disporum maculatum Common Name: Fairy Bells Ranges from Michigan to Georgia Forb Provides oxygen, and it prevent erosions. http://2bnthewild.com/plants/H542.htm

29 Jimmy Luong 3- 4 period http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/toxicdendion_diversilob urn Common Name Poison Oak Scientific Name Toxicodendron diversilobum Ability to cause allergic rashes after contact The areas of Untied States and Canada Forb/Herb Resemblances of Poison Ivy

30 RIKEY CHENCHRISTINA LEW Small False Solomon’s Seal It is a forb, and it is not native. The root is used medicinally as an astringent, demulcent and tonic. The powdered roots make an excellent poultice for bruises, piles, inflammations and tumors. Smilacina racemosa http://www.illinoiswildflowers.info/woodland/plants/fs_solomon.htm

31 Western Sword Fern Polystichum munitum This long type of grass was eaten by Native Americans during the spring when they had no food to eat. They would usually be found on the ground in rather moist forests. Western Sword Ferns are have an extremely rough texture and are able to withstand dry weather if there is much water and little sunlight. Cool weather is preferred by this plant for best growing activities. Done by Andrew Kwan

32 JUSTIN LI Large Solomon Seal By Justin Li Scientific Name: False Solomon Seal The leaves are long and broad, coming to a point. Noticeable Veins Running the length of the leaf Fruit: Round, Red Berries Found in low sub alpine areas, widespread in wet forests and clearings

33 Viola sempervirens Kevin T. Nguyen Period:3-4 Also known as Evergreen Violet It is a Native plant from Alaska to California. Once the Evergreen Violet had taken roots it will spread it seeds. Species of the Evergreen Violet is a forb/herb. It grow in shaded and well drained soil area. It provide home for animals and provide nutrient for habitats.

34 Spiderwort (Tradescantia virginiana) By: Andy Pham Genus: Tradescantia Kingdom: Plantae Native in eastern United States from Maine to Alabama, and Canada in southern Ontario Blooms in the Spring & Summer Colors: pink, blue, purple, or white Has three petals and six yellow anthers http://www.gpnc.org/spiderwo.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tradescantia

35 Sophie Li Fringe cups - (Tellima Grandiflora) Native This plant needs a moist, partially shady to totally shady spot to thrive. The leaves may grow as large as a fist when it is older and in the perfect spot. Tellima or fringe cup makes an attractive ground cover and will slowly extend itself into other areas of your garden if you let the flowers go to seed. It is not invasive though and can be easily weeded out if you don’t want it moving into a particular spot in your garden.

36 Five fingered Fern Scientific Name: (Adiantum pedatum) Found in Western North America(Native) Perennial Known for “Fingered foliage”, Hasani Brown)

37 Star Flower Trientalis borealis It is a forb and is native to Northern United States Bee-pollinated white flowers found in small clusters and shoot development Self- pollination is possible but rarely results in fruiting. Possibly is wind dispersed but falls near parent plant and does not germinate in the cold. The consumption of Trientalis borelais greatly reduces the occurrence of infection, which develops in autumn and could potentially select for higher disease resistance By:Vicki Luong En.wikipedia.rog/wiki/trienlaslis_norealis http://wwwct-botanical-society.org/galleries/trienlalisbore.htmlhttp://wwwct-botanical-society.org/galleries/trienlalisbore.html. www.look-org/earl/bnca/nature/herbs/trientalis.html

38 Nancy Truong Period: 6 Common Name: Elm Tree Scientific Name: Ulmus Non-native (non-invasive) Does not reproduce by a seed It provides shade It is a dicot Root system: Single stem It’s wider on the top than the bottom Growth form: Tree It is a perennial http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elm_tree

39 Shirley Lo Sequoia Sempervirens Coastal Redwood Native A shelter for animals and also help give oxygen much more fresh air Trees ~It can grow 60 inches in twenty years Things about this plant is the clones that are listed in the trade do not seem to do as well in the interior as the seedlings. http://www.laspilitas.com/natur e-of-california/plants/sequoia- sempervirens http://www.laspilitas.com/natur e-of-california/plants/sequoia- sempervirens

40 Redwood Sorrel Oxalis oregana Native It’s a Forb Perennial=growth formation The leaves were eaten by Native Americans, in small quantities By Melina Huang Period 5-6

41 Berkeley Sedge Carex divulsa Invasive plant May create an safe and undisturbed home for many other organisms. Plant Form: Shrub By: Malcolm Davis Period 5 & 6

42 Diana? Youíll find it in partially sunny wooded areas throughout eastern North America wild ginger is a small plant with paired, heart-shaped leaves emerging from the ground

43 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trilliom _grandiflorum White Trillium By: Philicia Ragsdale Common name: White trillium Scientific name: Grandiflorum Native or invasive?: This flower is invasive to California but native to the U.S. (mostly Canada) Growth Form: Forb Interesting Facts: belongs to Lily family, some species have pink petals, three leaves,

44 Hawaiian Baby Wood-Rose By Richard Kong Scientific Name: Argyreia Nervosa Common names: Wood- Rose, Baby Wood-Rose, Hawaiian Baby Wood- Rose, Elephant climber, Silver-Morning-Glory, and Vidhara The Wood-Rose is Native. The Wood-Rose’s are used in medicine as a pain reliever or a Hallucinogen.

45 Large False Solomon’s Seal _Smilacina racemosa _Native Plant _False Solomons Seal is a 30-100 cm. tall perennial often found in bunches _powerful scent _widespread in wet forests and clearings By: Chan M.

46 Woolly Angelica by Ismael Chavira  Angelica tomentosa  It is a native plant  Dicot  It helps give oxygen,medicine,food,cover,and shade  Forb/herb http://plants.usda.gov/java/profile?symbol=ANTO http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angelica http://www.absoluteastronomy.com/topics/Angelica

47 Cardamine C. California Common Names: Milk Maid, Cuckoo Flower, Lady’s Smock Forb/herb Root system type: Brassicaceae It grows in 31 locations: Baja California…. Etc. It is a dominant plant It is a native plant It is a dicot Decreasing throughout the country Found in abundant numbers along many redwood pathways. By: Le Thuy Hang Dang Period 5/6 http://farm4static.flickr.com/3612/3470511356_eb4b4d5cb6.jpg http://en.wikpedia.org/wiki/Buronarcia_umbellata

48 Wild Ginger Asarum canadense Perenial Excellent ground cover and use in medicine Native plant by. Christopher Chhin Period 5-6

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50 Ajai Robinson About the California Huckleberry & what it does FOR our community Known as Perennial Subshrub, it is native t the U.S. Most active growth period in the spring and summer, greatest bloom in late spring Long life span, reaches up to 8ft.high;maxiumum height at 20yrs.of 8ft. Not available for nurseries, slow ability to spread through seed production Has medium tolerance to drought and water conditions It is a Dicot It can provide food It also gives off oxygen

51 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/wood_ strawberry By: Stephanie Hang Period 5/6 Common names: Wood Strawberry and California strawberry Species: European Scientific name:Fragaria vesca Family: Rosaceae Purpose: To provide food Habitat: trails and roadsides, embankments, hillsides, stone and gravel laid paths and roads, meadows, young woodlands, sparse forest, woodland edges

52 -Gaultheria shallon Pursh -Though salal is typically found in the wild, it is also seen in cultivation. -this plant is mainly as a source of food. Nancy Hernandez 12/18/19 Per.5/6 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaultheria_shallon

53 Baneberry Diana Burgos 12/18/09 Per.5&6 http://wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_baneberry

54 Hedera caneriensis (Algerian ivy) Not native to north America It is a vine Its duration is perennial It is used for ground covering Their vigorous growth must be contained BY VIDAEL SARSENO

55 Kent Ho Common Name: Coyote Mint Scientific Name: Monardella villosa Native Used by Native American groups as a remedy for stomach upset, respiratory conditions, and sore throat. Growth Form: Subshrub Forb/Herb Birds & insects eat the seeds from the coyote mint. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monardella _villosa

56 Albert Nim Poison Oak Toxicodendron diversilobum Native specimen Shrub Mainly eaten by goats, gophers, and prairie dogs Used by the Japanese to make lacquer Helps protect other plants in the community http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toxicodendron_diversilobum http://www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/PMG/PESTNOTES/pn7431.html http://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog/html/pnw/pnw108/

57 Cape Ivy by Steven Saefong Delairea odorata Found in most Costal Califronia watersheds Threat to Native Habitats Difficult to remove Found in areas difficult to get to and sensitive to disturbances http://www.Cal- iPLj.P/research/biocontrols/capeivy/i ndex.PhP

58 Jennifer Duong Common name – Fairy bells Scientific Name – Prosartes lanuginosa Distributes in the USA(AL, AR, GA, KY, MD, NC, NY, OH, PA, SC, TN, VA, WV) and Canada(ON) Forb Provides oxygen and prevents erosion http://plants.usda.gov/java/profile?symbol=PRLA9

59 Common name- Stream Violet Scientific name- Viola glabella Growth Habit: Subshrub Shrub Forb/herb Native plant.Growth Habit: Stream Violet By Brian Saechao http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/viola_glabella http://cwnp.org/photopgs/vdoc/viglabella.html http://biology.burke.washington.edu/herbarium/imagecollectio n.php?id=4825

60 Licorice Fern Scientific Name: Polypodium glycyrrhiza Native Plant Roots chewed for their pleasant flavor Evergreen native to western North America Non Invasive Species By: Julie Huynh Uses its spores on the underside of its leaves, releasing them in cool weather and high humidity. http://en.wikpedia.org/wiki/polypodium_glycyrrhiza


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