Flower, shrub, succulent, tree, vine, or fern? This page chronicles our plant-life explorations by type. Note that some plants may fall into multiple categories; for example, crimson bottlebrush can be both a shrub and a tree.
If you wish to find information on plants in alphabetical order, use the list here.
If you wish to find information on plants by month, use the list here.
Calla Lily | Red Hot Poker | Sweet Alyssum | Pink-sorrel | Common Snapdragon | Columbines (genus) | Seaside Daisy | Fortnight Lily | English Primrose | Lotuses (genus) | Pink Evening Primrose | Santa Barbara Daisy | Lindheimer’s Beeblossom | Peruvian Lilies | California Poppy | Common Agapanthus | Common Foxglove | All-heal | Plantains | Dandelions | Wild Mustard | White Clover | Trefoil | Forget-me-nots (genus) | Chameleon Plant | Peonies (genus) | Fennel | Shasta Daisy | Pacific Bleeding Heart | Lavender (genus) | Coppertips (genus) | Wax Begonia | Sunflowers (genus) | Yellow Daylily | Belladonna Lily
Orchid Rockrose | Crimson Bottlebrush | Pride of Madeira | Rose-scented Geranium | Hydrangeas (genus) | Baby Sage | Japanese Cheesewood | Himalayan Blackberry | Maple Trees (genus) | Peonies (genus) | Oriental Arborvitae | Lavender (genus) | Roses (genus) | Crapemyrtles (genus) | Japanese Maple Tree
Crimson Bottlebrush | Pride of Madeira | Southern Magnolia | Hydrangeas (genus) | Gingko Tree | Japanese Cheesewood | Spruce Trees (genus) | Maple Trees (genus) | Loquat Tree | Oriental Arborvitae | Walnut Trees (genus) | Crapemyrtles (genus) | Japanese Maple Tree