To the best of my knowledge these names are reasonably accurate. If you see a plant misnamed or any errors on these pages, please email me at webmistress AT sunnibergeron DOT com.

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= Poisonous to animal and/or human
= Crop weed in Washington
= Native to Washington
= Noxious or invasive in Washington
= Endangered in Washington
= Federal noxious weed in Washington
= Quarantine! Mandatory immediate destruction

These flowers I haven't been able to identify yet. If you know the names of any of them, please email me: webmistress AT sunnibergeron DOT com.

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020 - Found: I call this our Phoenix Tree because the original tree blew down during a winter storm and we had to take a chainsaw to the trunk. The main trunk growing from the stump is about four years old now. I've never noticed it blooming so I'm quite mystified as to what it could be. It has a jillion suckers I cut from around the base of the stump and plan to eventually use them to build an arbor!


021 - Found: Golf road ditch


022 - Found: Rocky Point

September 30 Located across from the vinca


023 - Found: Whidbey Island on the Little Brown Farm


024 - Found: In our woods.

This is NOT Cantharellus formosus I am told these "are clearly gilled" so they are, regretably, not chanterelles which have "false gills."


025 - Found: In our woods.

This is NOT Cantharellus subalbidus I am told these also "are clearly gilled" so they are, regretably, not chanterelles.


026 - Found:

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Scientific Names: A-F
Scientific Names: G-M
Scientific Names: N-S
Scientific Names: T-Z
Common Names: A-F
Common Names: G-M
Common Names: N-S
Common Names: T-Z
Mystery flowers. Can you help me name them?
01 - 02 - 03
Island Wildlife
01 - 02 - 03
- 04 - 05
Washington Natives: A-F
Washington Natives: G-M
Washington Natives: N-R
Washington Natives: S-Z
(Alphabetized by scientific name)

Noxious Flowers , Washington

Endangered Flowers, Washington

Poisonous Plants

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