Valley Oak Woodland Sensitive Plants
|Scientific Name||Common Name||Unique Ecological Traits||Special Status|
|Blooming Period||Life Form||Special Habitat or Soil||State Listed||Federally listed||CNPS List|
|Dudleya setchellii||Santa Clara Valley dudleya||May to June||perennial herb||serpentinite||.||E||1B|
|Eriogonum butterworthianum||Butterworth's buckwheat||June to July||perennial herb||sandstone||R||.||1B|
Bulbiferous - Plants produce and grow from bulbs.
Parasitic - Capable of carrying on photosynthesis but not sufficiently enough to meet all food needs.
Stoloniferous - These plants grow stolons, horizontal stems that are able to grow rootlets and new individual plants.
Emergent - Plants emerge from the water surface; roots and some plant below surface.