Plant Search » List of BC Native Plants
Camassia leichtlinii 'Silk River' is a compact, white-flowered form of the great camas.
Cypripedium californicum is a very rare and exceedingly intriguing lady's slipper that can grow 3-4 feet high with up 21 flowers per stem!
Cypripedium parviflorum is a beautiful native hardy lady’s slipper orchid with a golden yellow pouch and twisted purple to burgundy petals.
Cypripedium planipetalum x fasciolatum offers large, bright yellow pouches with yellow, twisted petals striped with burgundy brown.
Cypripedium x columbianum has twisted burgundy brown petals with slippers than can be pure white, creamy white or pale yellow.
Dodecatheon jeffreyi is a western North American native shooting star with loose umbels of pink, deep pink, or magenta flowers.
Dodecatheon meadia 'Album' has loose umbels of pure white flowers with dramatically reflexed petals like a badminton birdie.
Dodecatheon pulchellum has pink flowers with reflexed petals and white and yellow highlights around near-black stamens.
Dodecatheon pulchellum 'Red Wings' has glowing magenta flowers with reflexed petals and white and yellow highlights.
Epipactis gigantea 'Serpentine Night' is a burgundy form of our native stream orchid.
Eranthis hyemalis Cilicica Group blooms slightly later with larger flowers and more deeply dissected foliage often flushed burgundy.
Erigeron speciosus is a western North American fleabane with attractive lavender or lavender blue flowers.
Eriophyllum lanatum is a BC native that bears charming, fern-like, grey foliage topped with loads of yellow, daisy-like flowers.
Erythronium revolutum 'Kinfauns Pink' has beautiful mottled foliage topped with numerous pale pink, lily-like flowers.
The beach strawberry (Fragaria chiloensis) is a BC native found along the Pacific coast of both North and South America.
Fragaria virginiana, known as wild or Virginia strawberry, offers small, sweet, red, edible strawberry fruits.
Fritillaria camschatcensis has intriguing nodding, bell-shaped, purple-brown to nearly black flowers.
Gaultheria shallon or salal is a lovely BC native that offers sweet edible blue-black berries long prized by First Nations peoples.
Heuchera micrantha is one of our native alumroots with nice lobed leaves and airy sprays of small white flowers.
Heuchera villosa (syn. macrorhiza) 'Autumn Bride' offers fabulous sizeable plants and impressive foamy spikes.
Oceanspray (Holodiscus discolor) offers clouds of tiny creamy white flowers popular with bees and butterflies.
Iris tenax or tough-leaf iris is a West Coast native with beautiful blue, lavender and purple blooms and evergreen foliage.