Morr. & Dcne.
Vancouveria (//) is a small group of plants belonging to the barberry family described as a genus in 1834. The three plants in this genus are known generally as inside-out flowers, and they are endemic to the West Coast of the United States. The genus was named after George Vancouver, English navigator and explorer.
- Vancouveria chrysantha Greene - golden inside-out flower - California (Siskiyou + Del Norte Counties), Oregon (Curry + Josephine Counties)
- Vancouveria hexandra (Hook.) C.Morren & Decne. - white inside-out flower - northwestern California (from Napa to Siskiyou), western Oregon, southwestern Washington
- Vancouveria planipetala Calloni - redwood inside-out flower - California as far south as Monterey County, southwestern Oregon
- Sunset Western Garden Book, 1995:606–607
- Morren, Charles François Antoine & Decaisne, Joseph. 1834. Annales des Sciences Naturelles; Botanique, sér. 2 2: 351.
- Flora of North America Vol. 3, Inside-out flower, Vancouveria C. Morren & Decaisne
- The Plant List, Vancouveria
- Biota of North America Program 2013 county range maps