Native Plants for the Utah Landscape

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    Native Plants for the Utah Landscape

    Eriogonum corymbosum
     
    Many native Utah plants have potential for success in low-water landscapes.

    For example, many types of Buckwheat (right) are adapted to arid environments and have showy flowers and seedheads.
     
    Other native Utah plants that have potential in low-water landscapes include:

     

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    RELATED PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS 

    Morphological and genetic variation among Sphaeralcea Species in a high desert environment, Chalita Sriladda, Heidi A. Kratsch, Steven R. Larson, and Roger K. Kjelgren; HortScience

    Evaluating Eriogonum Corymbosum Tolerance to Frequent Irrigation and Evaluating Its Significant Morphological Variations for Potential Cultivars Graham C. Hunter

    RELATED EXTENSION FACT SHEETS & PUBLICATIONS

    Nurturing Native Plants: A Guide to Vegetative Propagation of Native Woody Plants in Utah, Larry Rupp and Adrea Wheaton

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