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A lovely creeping shade ground cover, with dark green, clover-like foliage, marbled with silver on top and burgundy undersides that often remain through a mild winter. This species is native to BC.

Penstemon davidsonii is a lovely little native beard tongue with lavender pink flowers overlain with an iridescent blue.

Penstemon fruticosus is a native beard tongue with large lavender purple flowers on short, spreading mats.

Petasites frigidus 'Golden Palms' is a dramatic, glowing, golden form of our native coltsfoot.

Polypodium scouleri has thick, leathery, shiny, deep green fronds on this rare native fern.

Polystichum munitum, the western sword fern, is a classic West Coast species found commonly in our forests.

Deciduous shrub with upright slightly prickly stems. In Spring, the showiest double, bright pinky-purple flowers 2”across.

Rubus idaeus 'Boyne' is a cold-hardy raspberry with medium sized sweet, tasty deep red raspberries in early summer.

Rubus idaeus 'Canby' is a nearly thornless, cold hardy, summer-bearing raspberry with delicious, medium sized, red raspberries.

Rubus idaeus 'Cascade Delight' is a cold hardy, late summer fruiting raspberry with large, firm and delicious red berries.

Rubus idaeus 'Honey Queen' is the hardiest of yellow raspberries on 6' canes and deliciously sweet. Harvest June & August.

Rubus idaeus 'Red River' is a dwarf cultivar to just 3 feet tall with sweet, juicy, red raspberries from mid to late summer.

'Golden Ruby' is a golden version of our native salmonberry, Rubus spectabilis. Help the spring hummingbird migration in style.

Sambucus canadensis 'Nova' is an elderberry with white clusters of flowers followed by dark, delicious berries.

Sambucus canadensis 'York' is a black elderberry with white clusters of flowers followed by dark, edible fruit.

Sambucus racemosa Lemony Lace emerges with red-tinged new growth opening into finely dissected, bright gold foliage.

A carnivorous plant forming low, fat pitchers often with red veining and red flushing.

Sisyrinchium californicum is known as the golden-eyed grass. It has iris-like foliage and cheerful six-tepaled, star-shaped flowers.

Sisyrinchium idahoense, the Idaho blue-eyed grass, has small iris-like foliage and cheerful star-shaped blue flowers.

'Cool Gold' is a gold version of the BC native piggyback plant, Tolmeia menziesii, for moist shady places.

Trillium albidum is rare in cultivation and so elegant in the shade garden with sessile white petals and mottled foliage.