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Dicentra formosa Dicentra formosa 

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This small wild flower native to British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest is an elegant addition to any woodland garden. This spreading perennial has glaucous foliage and bears heart-shaped pink flowers in late spring. 18 inches high; 24 inches spread. 
Danthonia californica Danthonia californica 

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This evergreen perennial bunchgrass grows in dense tufts up to 3 feet tall. This plant tolerates stressful conditions such as overgrazing or overmowing and has a high fire tolerance. 
Crataegus douglasii Crataegus douglasii 

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Large shrub or small tree with thorny branches that bears white corymbs of flowers in spring, followed by black fruit. Fruits were a food source for Native American peoples; thorns were used as fish hooks. 
Corydalis scouleri Corydalis scouleri 

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Tall, shade-tolerant perennial which spreads by rhizomes to form colonies. Racemes of deep pink florets on tall stems appear in late spring. 
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. 
Cornus canadensis Cornus canadensis 

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This spreading subshrub has terminal lance-shaped green leaves and bears green flowers in cymes surrounded by white bracts in spring. The flowers are followed by bright red, spherical fruit. Height 6 inches; spread indefinite. Suits a woodland garden or use as groundcover. 
Camassia quamash Camassia quamash 

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Smaller than the other Camassias, this little treasure is nonetheless a very desirable and attractive plant to grow in your garden. When given sufficient moisture and a suitable location, this species is able to naturalize easily. 
Camassia leichtlinii 'Alba' Camassia leichtlinii 'Alba' 

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This species can be taller than the closely related Camassia quamash, reaching heights of 1.4m (50in). It also tends to be slightly hardier and better suited to colder conditions. 
Camassia leichtlinii Camassia leichtlinii 

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This species can be taller than the closely related Camassia quamash, reaching heights of 1.4m (50in). It also tends to be slightly hardier and better suited to colder conditions. This seed was collected from predominantly white flowered plants, but there may be a small percentage of seed from the... 
Armeria maritima Armeria maritima 

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This clump-forming perennial has linear, dark green leaves and bears profuse pink flowerheads on stiff stems from spring to summer. Height 8 inches; spread 12 inches. 
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