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Achillea Desert Eve Red has brick-red flowers above fragrant, fern-like foliage.
Achillea Desert Eve Terracotta has flowers in shades of yellow, orange and rusty orange.
Achillea millefolium 'Heartthrob' has large, flat-topped flower clusters with colourfast, velvet-red flowers above dissected, fern-like foliage.
Achillea millefolium 'New Vintage Rose' has large, flat-topped flower clusters of rose pink with white eyes on strong stems to 24 inches.
Achillea 'Sassy Summer Taffy' has large, flat-topped flower clusters in shades of deep rose pink, salmon pink, light pink, and peachy pink on tall, strong stems to 32 inches
Achlys triphylla is a unique ground cover attractive to pollinators and hummingbirds. The dried three-part leaves smell like vanilla.
Red baneberry is a choice woodland perennial with fluffy white flowers followed by clusters of shiny, scarlet berries.
Allium amplectens 'Graceful Beauty' has pure white flowers with purple anthers forming heads about 3 inches across.
Allium cernuum is a light pink nodding onion native to BC that is extremely hardy, edible, and deer resistant.
Allium cernuum 'White Dwarf' is a compact form of the BC native with exquisite, pure white flowers on shyly nodding heads to 8-10 in. high.
Allium cernuum 'White Master' is a taller, white form of the B.C. native with exquisite, nodding flowers.
Allium cyathophorum var. farreri resembles our native A. cernuum but with darker, rose pink to purplish pink flowers.
Anaphalis margaritacea (pearly everlasting) has crisp white flowers attractive to butterflies and which are useful for drying.
Aquilegia formosa has delicate lantern-shaped flowers and is adaptable to a variety of sun or part shade areas, attracting pollinators and hummingbirds.
Arbutus menziesii is an attractive evergreen tree with peeling red/brown bark, clusters of fragrant white or pink flowers and edible scarlet fruit.
Supports monarch & other butterflies.Western N. American sister species to the eastern common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca).
Asplenium trichomanes is a darling little native fern that is incredibly tough with pure black stipes and bright green, oval shaped pinnae.