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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. 
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. 
Dodecatheon pulchellum Dodecatheon pulchellum 

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A delightful little wild flower from British Columbia, this gem will light up any woodland garden, or even a sunny rock garden. This perennial bears deep-pink reflexed flowers in spring. Height 14 inches; spread 6 inches. 
Dryas octopetala Dryas octopetala 

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Eight-petalled flowers are produced above the dark green foliage on this evergreen sub-shrub in the early to midsummer. The flowers are followed by attractive white seed-heads that persist into winter. A delightful alpine that is relatively easy to grow if you give it very good drainage. 
Epilobium angustifolium 'album' Epilobium angustifolium 'album' 

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This spreading, rhizomatous perennial has willow-like, pale green leaves and saucer-shaped white flowers in mid-summer. Height 5 feet; spread 3 feet. 
Erythronium revolutum Erythronium revolutum 

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This bulbous perennial has wavy-margined, elliptic green leaves with dark brown mottling. Bears lilac-pink flowers with yellow anthers in spring. Height to 12 inches. 
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. 
Juncus effusus Juncus effusus 

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This evergreen perennial has cylindrical stems with leaves, when present, reduced to brown basal sheaths. Bears small green or brown flowers in cymes in midsummer. Suits a pond side or bog garden. Height 3-4 feet. 
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. 
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