Natives and Immigrants is an exploration of some of the easily recognizable plants of the Pacific Northwest. What plants are native, autochthonous or local, and which ones are immigrants, invasive or foreign? Plants mark a geography as well as a history that traces both movements of people (who bring plants as memory of places they have left to put down roots in a new place) and movements of nature (vegetative life as a constantly adjusting territory to climate changes and human desire).