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Sidalcea hendersonii, Henderson's checker mallow, is an extremely rare native species with lovely spires pink flowers.

Silene acaulis, moss campion, is a small, mountain-dwelling wildflower with pink flowers on mossy carpets.

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.

Sisyrinchium nashii 'Suwannee' is a blue-eyed grass with small iris-like foliage and cheerful starry sky blue flowers.

Spiraea douglasii or hardhack is a BC native offering very showing spires of pink pink fuzzy flowers popular with pollinators.

Tellima grandiflora or fringecups is a charming BC native plant with airy spikes of white to greenish fragrant flowers.

Tolmeia menziesii is a fast-growing BC native known as piggyback plant that graces the shady spaces of the west coast.

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

Vaccinium ovatum is a handsome BC native plant known as evergreen huckleberry that offers edible fruit.

Vaccinium ovatum 'Cascade Sunburst' is a compact, evergreen huckleberry with pink flowers, variegated foliage, and edible berries.

Vaccinium ovatum 'Scarlet Ovation' is a stunning selection of our evergreen huckleberry with red new foliage and tasty fruit.

Vaccinium vitis-idaea 'Koralle' is a commercial lingonberry that produces excellent crops of tasty fruit.

Vaccinium vitis-idaea 'Red Candy' is a dwarf, compact lingonberry or partridgeberry with white flowers and tasty, tart red fruit.

Vancouveria hexandra, the white inside-out flower, is a lovely shade perennial and ground cover native to southwestern BC.

Verbena hastata, blue vervain, offers summer candelabras of purple-blue flowers.

Giant chain fern (Woodwardia fimbriata) is the largest fern in North America with 8 foot long fronds!

Xerophyllum tenax or bear grass is an amazing BC native with white hot torches arising from tough evergreen mounds of grass-like foliage.