The CNPS logo features a Panamint Daisy. This spring flowering perennial herb is rare. It has a CA Rare Plant Rank of 1B.2 (Rare or Endangered and moderately threatened in California.) It is found in the desert on the rocky slopes of the western Panamint Mountain Range. For more information visit Calscape and the CNPS Rare Plant Inventory.
Laguna Beach Live-forever
The CNPS Orange County Chapter uses the Laguna Beach Dudleya as our local, personal mascot. This perennial succulent is rare and found only within our chapter’s boundaries. This is the only species of Dudleya known to be stoloniferous. For more information visit Calscape and the CNPS Rare Plant Inventory.