[Wildflowers with Four Petals East of the Cascade Mts. of Oregon and Washington]

The Mustard Family East of the Cascade Mountains of Oregon and Washington

Brassicaceae

Cusick's Draba: Draba cusickii

Mustard Family Members Found East of the Cascade Mountains of Oregon and Washington:

The Alyssum: The Genus Alyssum -

Rockcresses: The Genus Arabis -

Athysanus: Athysanus pusillus

The Wintercress: The Genus Barbarea -

Hoary Alyssum: Berteroa incana (Synonym: Alyssum incanum) -

The Mustards: The Genus Brassica -

Falseflax: The Genus Camelina -

Shepherd's Purse: Capsella bursa-pastoris -

The Bitter Cress: The Genus Cardamine -

The Hoarycress: The Genus Cardaria -

Wild Cabbage or Caulanthus: The Genus Caulanthus -

Spearhead: Chlorocrambe hastata -

Blue Mustard Chorispora tenella -

Hare's Ear: Conringia orientalis -

The Tansy Mustards: The Genus Descurainia -

The Draba or Whitlow-grass: The Genus Draba -

The Wallflowers: The Genus Erysimum -

Syrian Mustard: Euclidium syriacum -

Fissureworts and Halimolobos: The Genus Halimolobos -

Hutchinsia: Hutchinsia procumbens -

Scalepod Idahoa scapigera

The Pepperweeds: The Genus Lepidium -

The Bladderpods: The Genus Lesquerella -

Daggerpod Phoenicaulis cheiranthoides

Bladderpods and Twinpods: The Genus Physaria -

Combleaf: Polyctenium fremontii var. fremontii -

The Yellow-cress: The Genus Rorippa -

Plains Mustard: Schoenocrambe linifolia -

The Tumblemustard: The Genus Sisymbrium -

Smelowskia: The Genus Smelowskia -

The Stanleya: The Genus Stanleya -

Beaked Streptanthella, Longbeak Streptanthella, Long-beaked Fiddle Mustard, Streptanthella: Streptanthella longirostris (Synonym: Streptanthella longirostris var. derelicta) -

The Jewelflowers: The Genus Streptanthus -

The Thelypody: The Genus Thelypodium -

The Penny Cress: The Genus Thlaspi -

Fringepod, Hairy Fringepod, Lacepod, Sand Fringepod: Thysanocarpus curvipes (Synonyms: Thysanocarpus amplectens, Thysanocarpus curvipes ssp. curvipes, Thysanocarpus curvipes var. curvipes, Thysanocarpus curvipes var. elegans, Thysanocarpus curvipes var. eradiatus, Thysanocarpus curvipes var. longistylus, Thysanocarpus elegans) -


[Wildflowers East of the Cascade Mts. with 4 Petals]

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