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Rosa nutkana Rosa nutkana 

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This robust species rose has toothed, mid-green leaves and bears solitary, cupped, single red-pink flowers, followed by purplish-red hips. Height to 10 feet; spread 6 feet. 
Viola adunca Viola adunca 

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This compact semi-evergreen perennial has oval to heart-shaped green basal leaves and bears scented, lavender-blue to violet flowers in spring. Height and spread 3 inches. Suits a rock garden. 
Camassia leichtlinii Camassia leichtlinii 

 ca$ 4.15  Sold Out
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... 
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 subsp suksdorfii Camassia leichtlinii subsp suksdorfii 

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Bulbous perennial with linear leaves 20-60 cm long. In late spring, bears terminal racemes 10-30 cm long of star-shaped, purple flowers on leafless stems. Grow in a border or wild flower meadow or in a container. 
Gaultheria shallon Gaultheria shallon 

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Compact evergreen shrub spreading vigorously by suckers. Bears urn-shaped, pink-flushed white flowers in late spring, followed by purple fruit. Height 4 feet; spread 5 feet. 
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. 20 inch height and 12 inch spread. This plant is attractive to hummingbirds, and under favourable conditions will form ground covering mats. 
Sisyrinchium idahoense Sisyrinchium idahoense 

 ca$ 4.15  Buy Now 
This small semi-evergreen perennial plant forms tufts of grass-like leaves and stems of blue to purplish flowers, usually with a yellow eye in the centre. It blooms from mid spring to mid summer. Height and spread 6 inches. 
Tolmiea menziesii Tolmiea menziesii 

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Clump-forming perennial with basal triangular, shallowly lobed, toothed pale green leaves. Bears racemes of slightly scented small flowers with orange anthers in late spring. Height to 24 inches; spread 3 to 6 feet. Grow as a groundcover in a woodland garden. 
Allium cernuum Allium cernuum 

 ca$ 3.95  Buy Now 
This BC native wild flower blooms in summer. The pendent pale pink flowers are held well above the narrow grey-green leaves. height and spread 12 inches. 
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