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Vaccinium ovatum Vaccinium ovatum 

 ca$á4.75  Buy Now 
Upright or spreading evergreen shrub to 4m tall (usually shorter) with glossy ovate leaves up to 5cm long with finely toothed margins. Produces clustered pink urn-shaped flowers 1cm wide in midspring to late summer followed by small spherical black edible berries that are popular with birds,... 
Lonicera ciliosa Lonicera ciliosa 

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This British Columbia native deciduous twining climber has opposite, oval green leaves and bears orange-yellow, trumpet-shaped flowers in early summer, followed by orange-red berries. The flowers are attractive to hummingbirds. Height/spread to 10 feet. 
Oplopanax horridus Oplopanax horridus 

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This erect, spiny deciduous shrub related to ginseng is significant for aboriginal peoples for its medicinal and protective qualities. It has large maple-shaped leaves with many spines on the underside. The shrub's stems have numerous yellowish spines. Bears pyramidal terminal clusters of small... 
Erythronium oregonum Erythronium oregonum 

 ca$á4.35  Buy Now 
Bulbous perennial with brown-mottled shiny green leaves that bears creamy-white flowers with yellow centers in spring. Height 14 inches. 
Acer circinatum Acer circinatum 

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This spreading, bushy deciduous tree has rounded, deeply lobed light green leaves that turn orange and red in fall. Height 15 feet;spread 20 feet. 
Camassia quamash Camassia quamash 

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This bulbous perennial is smaller than the other Camassias, but is nonetheless a very desirable and attractive plant to grow in your garden. Height 8-32 inches. When given sufficient moisture and a suitable location, this species is able to naturalize easily. 
Cornus nuttallii Cornus nuttallii 

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Pyramidal deciduous tree that bears small flowers in spring, surrounded by four to six conspicuous white or pink-tinged bracts. The flowers are followed by round, orange-red fruit. The tree also has lovely red fall foliage colour. Height to 40 feet; spread to 25 feet. 
Mahonia repens Mahonia repens 

  Syn. Berberis repens
 ca$á4.25  Buy Now 
This low-growing evergreen shrub has pinnate green leaves with up to seven wavy-margined, toothed leaflets and bears yellow flowers in spring followed by round, blue-black berries. Leaves take on bronze tints in cold weather. Height 12 inches;spread 3 feet. A good drought-tolerant ground cover. 
Maianthemum racemosum Maianthemum racemosum 

  Syn. Smilacena racemosa
 ca$á4.25  Buy Now 
Woodland perennial with prominently-veined leaves along arching stems. Bears panicles of creamy-white flowers in mid-spring, followed by green berries that often ripen to red. Height to 3 feet. 
Rosa gymnocarpa Rosa gymnocarpa 

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Deciduous shrub rose native to lower elevations in southern British Columbia. Bears single pink flowers March through July, followed by ovoid, orange hips. Drought-tolerant. Height 4-1/2 feet. 
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