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Penstemon serrulatus Penstemon serrulatus 

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This native herbaceous perennial plant produces tall, leafy shoots with lavender blue to bright purple flowers from early to late summer. 
Polemonium pulcherrimum Polemonium pulcherrimum 

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This clump-forming perennial has pinnate leaves and bears terminal and axillary cymes of bell-shaped, light blue flowers in early summer. Height and spread is 12 inches. 
Prosartes hookeri Prosartes hookeri 

  Syn. Disporum hookeri
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Clump-forming perennial with lance-shaped green leaves. In spring, bears umbels of up to three pendent, tubular-bell-shaped cream flowers, followed by orange-red berries in autumn. Suitable for groundcover in a woodland garden. Height 36 inches; spread 18 inches. 
Prosartes smithii Prosartes smithii 

  Syn. Disporum smithii
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Clump-forming perennial with red-tinged stems and lance-shaped green leaves. In early to late spring, bears pendent, tubular-bell-shaped white flowers, followed by orange berries in summer. Height and spread is 12 inches. 
Rhododendron macrophyllum Rhododendron macrophyllum 

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This evergreen shrub has leaves with a distinctive metallic sheen. The compact flower trusses, produced in spring, are composed of tubular flowers with spreading lobes to 3.5cm (2 inches) wide and as long. Flower color varies from plant to plant, from rose-purple to pink or white, with some... 
Ribes sanguineum Ribes sanguineum 

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This Western North American native was a favourite in Victorian temperate gardens around the world, and is slowly being rediscovered for its simple elegance. This upright deciduous shrub bears tubular pinkish-red flowers in pendent racemes in spring, followed by blue-black fruit. 6 foot... 
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. 
Rubus chamaemorus Rubus chamaemorus 

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Thick lobed rugose leaves on 30cm tall sub-shrub. In spring white flowers are followed by raspberry/salmonberry like fruits which start ripening mid August. Best picked when the colour transitions from red to a glowing apricot. Tart flavour that is somewhat like a creamsicle (vanilla and orange... 
Rubus parviflorus Rubus parviflorus 

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This dense shrub has palmate green leaves on canes without prickles and bears five-petalled white flowers with yellow stamens, followed by edible tart red fruits. Height and spread is 8 feet. 
Rubus spectabilis Rubus spectabilis 

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This thicket-forming deciduous shrub has palmate leaves and bears purple-pink flowers, followed by edible orange-red berries. Height and spread of this British Columbia native species is 6 feet. 
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