Oplopanax horridum. Devil’s-club.

Oplopanax horridum. Devil’s-club. Oplopanax horridum, commonly known as Devil’s-club, is a distinctive shrub native to the moist, temperate rainforests of the Pacific Northwest, spanning from southeast Alaska down to the Cascades of central Oregon. The plant can grow to heights of 1 to 5 meters and is immediately recognizable by its large, palmate leaves, which […]

Reviving the Pacific Northwest: Devil’s-club Seeds in Ecological Restoration

The Pacific Northwest, renowned for its lush forests, pristine rivers, and abundant wildlife, has faced significant ecological challenges. Logging, urbanization, and climate change have disrupted the region’s delicate balance, particularly impacting salmon habitats and riverbank stability. In this comprehensive article, we will delve deep into the potential of Oplopanax horridum, commonly known as Devil’s-club, and […]