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Geranium sylvaticum Geranium sylvaticum 

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This clump-forming perennial has 7-lobed basal leaved which are deeply cut and toothed. Bears cymes of erect saucer-shaped pinkish-purple flowers with white centers in late spring to early summer. 
Kniphofia triangularis subsp. triangularis Kniphofia triangularis subsp. triangularis 

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This deciduous perennial has linear, grass-like leaves and bears orange flower spikes in early autumn. Height 3 feet; spread 18 inches. 
Inula helenium Inula helenium 

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Robust perennial with thick downy stems that bears bright yellow daisy-like flowers, 3 inches across, in late summer. Height 3-6 feet. 
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. 
Darmera  peltata Darmera peltata 

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Preferring boggy and damp conditions, this striking perennial will enhance any pool, pond or stream side. The small pale pink clusters of flowers that arise before the leaves in spring, extend and darken as the leaves emerge, creating an entirely new floral display later in the season. The rounded,... 
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 lobed leaves 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. 
Doronicum columnae Doronicum columnae 

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This clump-forming perennial has ovate, toothed basal green leaves and bears solitary yellow daisy-like flowerheads on slender stems from midspring to early summer. Suits a perennial border or woodland garden. Makes a good cutting flower. Height 12-24 inches; spread 12 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. 4 inches... 
Eremurus stenophyllus Eremurus stenophyllus 

  Syn. Eremurus bungei
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Tufted perennial with narrowly linear, rough-margined, sometimes hairy, grayish-green leaves, 10" long. Early to mid-summer racemes (6-12" long) of dark yellow flowers to 3/4" each. Flowers fade to orange-brown. Height 3'; spread 1.' 
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