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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.

The oak fern, Gymnocarpium dryopteris, is a native garden-worthy fern with beautiful dainty fronds in shades of vibrant green.

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.

Lonicera involucrata is a non-climbing shrubby honeysuckle with large, oval leaves and pairs of tubular yellow flowers.

Lupinus arcticus is known as the Arctic or subalpine lupine. It has classic semi-open spikes of purple-blue and white flowers.

Lupinus arcticus is known as the Arctic or subalpine lupine. It has classic semi-open spikes of purple-blue and white flowers.

Lupinus latifolius or broadleaf lupine is native from BC to Baja California. It has beautiful flowers and is a larval host for butterflies.

Lupinus litoralis is known as the seashore lupine and is native to sandy sites along the coastline from BC to California.

Lupinus polyphyllus is known as the large-leaved or bigleaf lupine and is the main species of gardens.

Stunning Lysichiton americanum or skunk cabbage has large, golden yellow spathes in early spring and large "tropical", 3 foot foliage.

Mahonia aquifolium, the Oregon grape, is a native evergreen shrub with thick, dark green, holly-like leaves and yellow flowers.

Mahonia nervosa has emerald green, windmill-like leaves and canary yellow spring flowers and waxy blue berries.

Mahonia repens is a very adaptable, native, woodland ground cover with bright, canary-yellow blooms.

Maianthemum dilatatum is a beautiful native ground cover of heart-shaped leaves and spikes of starry white flowers.

Maianthemum racemosum var. amplexicaule resembles Solomon's seal except the flowers are terminal and foamy followed by beautiful berries.

Maianthemum stellatum 'Blue Dune' is a special form with very attractive bluish green leaves.

Ostrich fern (Matteuccia struthiopteris) is the source of the early spring culinary delicacy fiddleheads.

Mimulus lewisii is a spectacular BC native with large trumpet-shaped flowers in shades of pink to magenta.