Here are a just few of the invasive, non-native plant species that are troublesome in Umatilla County. These noxious weeds are opportunists and will invade wherever disturbance occurs. Click on the image for plant descriptions.
For additional information on biological controls or herbicide treatments, contact your local weed department or chemical consultant. Photos will be updated periodically.
Check out the County and or State websites for more information:
Here are just a few of the native plants you will find in Eastern Oregon. Click on the images for plant descriptions. Native plants are great for attracting wildlife and they are usually easy to grow because they are already adapted to our climate and soils.
The Oregon Flora Project is a large multi topic project that is a good resource if you want to learn all about plants that grow in Oregon. You can find common and scientific names and locations, identification tools, educational materials and even a wildflower ID app for your phone. Learn about all of the options here, and start using the tools here.
The Oregon Flora image projects is a great resource for images of the flora of Oregon. This information is organized by classification and scientific names, genera and species. Learn more about it here,
Both of these projects are ongoing and being updated regularly. They are open and free to use for the public. Please Enjoy.
KIDS CORNER Click on the documents below for educational information on noxious weeds in Umatilla County and a wildflower/noxious weeds coloring book.