What's Eating My Plants
Identify the Source of Leaf Damage - by Plant Type
Start here if know the kind of plant being eaten. Each page has images of the various types of defoliation common to that plant and a list of the species which can cause that type of defoliation. Each species is color-coded by its status: native, established exotic, or newly introduced.
If you don't know what kind of plant it is, click here.
Select a plant from this list to see what leaf-feeders are in our area.
|cherry and plum|
|poplar (cottonwood), birch, and willow|
|conifer (pine, cedar, fir, or other evergreen)|
|vegetable (garden plants)|
|blueberries, grapes and berry vines (raspberry and others)|
|ornamental trees or shrubs (includes viburnums, laurels, and many other landscape plants)|
|native trees and shrubs (cascara, filbert, and others)|