Oregon Native Plants and Native Compatible Resources
Recommended reading and resources
Oregon Native and Native Compatible Plants
Great Plant Picks Northwest Native Plants – Great Plant Picks is an educational program committed to building a comprehensive palette of outstanding plants for maritime Pacific Northwest gardens. Great Plant Picks is one of the educational outreach programs for the Elisabeth C. Miller Botanical Garden, providing a forum for sharing horticultural information with the wider gardening community.
Native Plant Society of Oregon – For nearly 50 years, members of the Native Plant Society of Oregon have been visiting the wild places of Oregon to enjoy, conserve, and study its natural vegetation.
The Oregon Flora Project – The mission of the Oregon Flora Project is to serve as a comprehensive resource for the vascular plants of Oregon that grow without cultivation, and to foster effective use of this knowledge by all citizens.
In Oregon’s Willamette Valley, where more than 97% of the white oak’s historic habitat has already disappeared, vineyard and forest landowners have signed on to the Oak Accord as a way to protect and restore more than 1,500 acres of the Willamette Valley’s fragile ecosystem.
Oregon Noxious Weed Profiles – The noxious weed policy and classification system includes Oregon’s official noxious weed priority list as designated by the Oregon State Weed Board (OSWB). Oregon Department of Agriculture has compiled profiles of the weeds listed by OSWB. Profiles include information about the weed, images, and locations in Oregon.