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Criteria:   found in San Joaquin County  •   is not native  •  group by lifeform
437  records include photos for these plants # number of sources
Scientific Name Common Name Lifeform #
  Lifeform: Annual252 plants
  Lifeform: Biennial1 plant
  Lifeform: Perennial131 plants
  Lifeform: Shrub34 plants
Albizia julibrissin Silktree Tree, Shrub 9
Caesalpinia gilliesii Bird of paradise Tree, Shrub, Vine 10
Calystegia silvatica Shortstalk false bindweed Vine, Shrub  
Calystegia silvatica ssp. disjuncta Shortstalk false bindweed Vine, Shrub  
Cercis canadensis Eastern redbud Tree, Shrub 67
Cistus creticus Pink rockrose Shrub 9
Cistus incanus Hairy rockrose Shrub 10
Cistus incanus ssp. creticus Cretan rockrose Shrub (stem succulent) 2
Elaeagnus angustifolia ! Russian olive Tree, Shrub 2
Euonymus fortunei Winter creeper Tree, Shrub 9
Euonymus fortunei var. radicans Winter creeper Tree, Shrub  
Lavandula stoechas French lavender Shrub 14
Lonicera japonica Japanese honeysuckle Vine, Shrub 7
Lycium barbarum Matrimony vine Shrub 1
Lycium chinense Matrimony vine Shrub 2
Malva pseudolavatera Cretan mallow Shrub  
Nicotiana glauca ! Tree tobacco Tree, Shrub 2
Olea europaea ! Olive Tree, Shrub 10
Opuntia ficus-indica Tuna Shrub (stem succulent) 4
Parthenocissus inserta Woodbine Vine, Shrub 10
Phoradendron tomentosum Christmas mistletoe Shrub (parasitic)  
Prosopis chilensis Algarrobo Tree, Shrub 8
Prosopis velutina Velvet mesquite Tree, Shrub 9
Punica granatum Pomegranate Shrub 14
Pyracantha angustifolia ! Firethorn Shrub 2
Quercus suber Cork oak Tree, Shrub 12
Rubus armeniacus ! Himalayan blackberry Shrub  
Rubus discolor Blackberry Shrub  
Rubus pensilvanicus Pennsylvania blackberry Vine, Shrub  
Sesbania punicea ! Rattlebox Shrub 1
Solanum aviculare ! New zealand nightshade Shrub 1
Tamarix parviflora Tamarisk Tree, Shrub  
Tamarix ramosissima ! Tamarisk Tree, Shrub  
Vitis vinifera Cultivated grape Vine, Shrub 5
  Lifeform: Tree19 plants
Pink background indicates a plant is non-native.
! indicates a plant is potentially invasive.
NB: found in San Joaquin County is intended to indicate only plants found growing in the wild. However, the evidence is not always clear, and may occasionally include plants found in cultivation. To verify the wild presence of any particular plant in the list above, please click through to Calflora and look closely at the observations in this county.