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For instance, through a partnership with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) we are using molecular and quantitative techniques to study the restoration genetics of six Penstemon and Eriogonum species.
Eriogonum crocatum NATIVE TO coastal areas of Ventura County, California.
Day and Wright (1989) found that seeds of many species were trapped in the canopies of Eriogonum ovalifolium on volcanic cinder cones, leading to common preferential establishment under Eriogonum.
The first issue of Native Plants Journal is now available with full articles with information on fern propagation, Eriogonum seed germination, conservation biology of an endangered goldenrod, establishing native grasses with herbicides, Meehania cordata, and more.
Annual seed dormancy cycles have been found in two desert winter annuals collected in the Chihuahuan Desert near Portal, Arizona, United States: Eriogonum abertianum Torr.
For yellow flowers, try coreopsis with its daisylike flowers, or buckwheats like Eriogonum umbellatum, the ``sulphur buckwheat'' that grows in a neat clumping form.