Coronado Historic Site

Plants of Kuaua

Adonis Blazingstar
Broom Dalea
Cane Cholla
Plain's Prickly Pear
Rio Grande Cottonwood
Sacred Datura
Silverleaf Nightshade
Soaptree Yucca
Threadleaf Snakeweed
Brownplume Wirelettuce

Despite common notions, a wide variety of flora can be seen everywhere in the southwest, and Kuaua Village is no exception. We are home to many different kinds of plants. Our instructional coordinator, Adrienne Boggs, has put together a more extensive list. If you see any plants we don't have on our list, we would love to hear about it!

Other plants that can be found on our playlist here:
  • Tufted Evening Primrose
  • American Vetch
  • Gypsum Scorpionweed
  • Fendler's Spring Parsley
  • Snowball Sand Verbena
  • Largeflower Onion
  • Rose Heath
  • Hoary Tansy Aster
  • Narrowleaf Globemallow
  • Fineleaf Hymenopappus
  • Spectacle Pod
  • Sowthistle Desert Dandelion
  • Blanket Flower
  • Pink-Flowering Hedgehog Cactus
  • Long-Spined Prickly Pear
  • Beehive Cactus
  • Slender Goldenweed
  • Three-Leaf Sumac
  • Horsetail Milkweed
  • Bush Morning Glory
  • Pale Evening Primrose
  • Hairy False Goldenaster
  • Scarlet Beeblossom
  • Redwhisker Clammyweed
  • Coyote Willow
  • Narrowleaf Four O'Clock
  • Curlycup Gumweed
  • Devil's Claw
  • Rabbitbrush
  • Common Purslane
  • One-Seed Juniper

All images and information from iNaturalist