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Gunnera tinctoria Gunnera tinctoria 

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One of the largest perennials you are ever likely to encounter, exceeded in size only by the closely related Gunnera manicata. The leaves can grow to over 2m (6.5ft) across on stems as long. The two species may seem hard to distinguish at times, but Gunnera tinctoria has distinctively red tinged... 
Hedychium spicatum Hedychium spicatum 

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This rhizomatous perennial has lance-shaped green leaves and bears tubular fragrant, creamy white flowers with apricot edges in a spike-like raceme in late summer. Attractive red fruits follow. Height to 3 to 5 feet. 
Helleborus argutifolius Helleborus argutifolius 

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One of the largest Hellebores, H. argutifolius can grow up to 1.2m (4ft) in height and width. Large clusters of semi-pendent pale green flowers add a subtle touch of elegance to the winter garden. 
Helleborus foetidus Helleborus foetidus 

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Some pretty unfortunate common names for such a beautiful plant. This evergreen perennial produces large clusters of pale green blooms in the late winter that remain attractive for many months after. The large palmate leaves are glossy dark green and make for an attractive backdrop for the flowers.... 
Helleborus orientalis Helleborus orientalis 

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This perennial bears long-lasting, pendent saucer-shaped white or greenish-cream flowers that age to pink in mid-winter. Height and spread is 18 inches. 
Hepatica nobilis Hepatica nobilis 

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Slow-growing evergreen perennial with kidney-shaped green leaves with 3 ovate lobes. Bears small blue flowers in early spring. Height and spread 4-6 inches. 
Heuchera cylindrica Heuchera cylindrica 

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This perennial BC native plant produces mostly evergreen leaves in basal clusters. It has tall, creamy to pale yellow flower spikes in mid spring to late summer depending on elevation. 
Heuchera micrantha var. diversifolia Heuchera micrantha var. diversifolia 

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This mound-forming perennial has large gray-marbled leaves with 5-7 lobes. In early summer, produces loose panicles of numerous tiny cream-coloured flowers. Height and spread is 18 to 24 inches. 
Hosta  sieboldiana Hosta sieboldiana 

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This clump-forming perennial is grown for its heart-shaped puckered thick glaucous gray-green leaves from 10-20 inches long. In early summer, lilac flowers are born on tall stems. Height 3 feet; spread 4 feet. 
Hosta 'Kii-hime' Hosta 'Kii-hime' 

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A hosta of uncertain origin - is it a species, or is it a cultivar of ancient origin? The plants, in the Sino-Himalayan Garden at VanDusen, come consistently true from seed, producing relatively small plants with leaves that rarely exceed 15cm (6in) in length. The flower stems, which grow to... 
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