The Klamath/Siskiyou range spanning the Oregon – California border has a high number of rare and endemic plants as a result of the extensive serpentine rock and resulting soils, as well as habitat and elevation diversity. Wetland plants like Darlingtonia californica (California pitcher plant) and Cypripedium californicum(California lady’s-slipper) are found here. On drier sites you might find Epilobium siskiyouense (Siskiyou willowherb), Fritillaria gentneri (Gentner’s fritillary), or Silene hookeri (Hooker’s Indian-pink). There are also many more common species found within the Siskiyous.
In this program you’ll see 105 plants, including both rare and common species.