California aster has summer flowers that make showy cheerful displays along roadsides of much of Coastal Southern California. This perennial aster will disappear (or need to be pruned to the ground... Learn more.
Atriplex patula hastata
Atriplex patula, is annual, with green leaves, insignificant flowers, grows in moist, saline places, coastal and interior. north coast of California, foothills of the Cascade range, central coast, ... Learn more.
A 3 ft perennial with green-brown stems and green leaves. Very fast in wet-moist places. Baja to Humboldt and the Central Sierra. Baccharis species are the nectary sources for most of the predatory wa... Learn more.
dioecious shrub, with fleshy leaves and insignificant flowers, coastal salt marsh inhabitant, grows on the southern coast of California, to southeastern U.S., the Caribbean, Hawaii, and northern Sout... Learn more.
Fragile Sheathed Sedge
A beautiful green perennial that lives in mountain meadows, road cuts, rocky slopes, and seeps. The soil can be fairly dry, but as it dries out the foliage will fade. This sedge looks kinda like som... Learn more.
Low, tufted, subshrub, with gray, woolly leaves, white flowers, in the morning-glory family, in low alkaline and saline areas,. situated in many habitats. Is listed as being invasive or possess... Learn more.
This dodder is more delicate than the normal' form, fine stems', cute little flowers. This PARISITE grows commonly on Jaumea, Frankenia(which in the picture Frankenia was nearly dead) and other salt m... Learn more.
This species looks like bermuda grass and can be treated as such. Use as lawn, for restoration in salt marshes, excellent in parks. It will handle heavy traffic if it is in its element. Gallon plants ... Learn more.
New Name: Frankenia salina. Rhizomatous subshrub, with somewhat fkeshy leaves, small white to pink flowers, forms clumps, grows in salt marshes in clay loam soil, with high salt content. in salt mars... Learn more.
Jaumea is a low perennial, that spreads by rhizomes. It has small yellow daisy flowers and fleshy leaves. Jaumea grows in coastal salt marshes and tolerates brackish water and alkaline soil. Jaum... Learn more.
Juncus acutus ssp. leopoldii
This plant has been given many names, among them Juncus acutus ssp. leopoldii and Juncus acutus var. sphaerocarpus. A large perennial with rounded, stiff, rigid leaves with sharp tips(spines). The flo... Learn more.
An interesting rush, a creeping dune dweller that grows near marshes from B.C. to South America and along the California coast. This would be a good plant to help stabilize sandy soil. In a normal gar... Learn more.
A small little early spring annual that is a pioneer species in many bad habitats. In the San Joaquin Valley it makes mass displays of bright yellow in areas that are still intact. It will grow in any... Learn more.
Creeping , somewhat prostrate perennial grass, flowers not showy, inhabits the coastal salt marshes of the southern coast of California, the Channel Islands. Its range extends to the southern U.S., Cu... Learn more.
Pluchea odorata odorata
Salt Marsh Fleabane
(P. purpurascens, P. camphorata) A weird-smelling perennial that has a large flower cluster like a yarrow on an almost succulent plant. Native bees, flies and wasps seem to get drunk on it. Salt Marsh... Learn more.
Erect to spreading perennial, fleshy, jointed stems, with scalelike leaves, from creeping rootstocks, insignificant flowers, an inhabitant of alkaline sinks and coastal salt marshes. Found in SAn Fran... Learn more.
somewhat shrubby perennial, with jointed stems, insignificant flowers, this genus is a major component of salt marshes worldwide, NCo, SnJV, CCo, SCo, ChI, to AK, Baja CA, eUS, Caribbean, MEdit.... Learn more.
(Syn. S. campestris. S. paludosus, S. robustus, S. pacificus) A creeping perennial with aggressive rhizomes that will fill in a moist creek or salt marsh bank. ... Learn more.
GUIRADO'S GOLDENROD is bright green with yellow flowers and grows from Morro Bay to upper arroyo Grande and up into the wetter areas in souther San Benito County. In both ends of it's range this Soli... Learn more.
A perennial grass, with creeping underground stems, aboveground stems are rigid, leaves are tough, up to 4 1/2 feet in height, flowers not showy, grows in coastal salt marshes along the coast of Cali... Learn more.
Sea-Blite is a Rare plant. CNPS List 1b, R-E-D Code 3-3-3. The foliage is grey-green smooth (like a small iceplant) flowers are yellow-green blobs that resemble clusters of pollen followed fruits tha... Learn more.