This publication is a compilation of successful protocols from research literature for native woody plants in Utah. The guide is laid out much like a recipe; listing the various ingredients and materials for each 'dish', and step-by-step instructions to r...
Native Plants for the Utah Landscape
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:
- CWEL Fact Sheets
- Utah Native Plant Society
- USDA PLANTS Database
- USU Extension Range Plants of Utah (use the search bar to look up plants / not all plants listed are native)
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
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