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Acer circinatum Acer circinatum 

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This spreading, bushy deciduous tree has rounded, deeply lobed light green leaves that turn orange and red in fall. Height 15 feet;spread 20 feet. 
Camassia quamash Camassia quamash 

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This bulbous perennial is smaller than the other Camassias, but is nonetheless a very desirable and attractive plant to grow in your garden. Height 8-32 inches. When given sufficient moisture and a suitable location, this species is able to naturalize easily. 
Maianthemum racemosum Maianthemum racemosum 

  Syn. Smilacena racemosa
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Woodland perennial with prominently-veined leaves along arching stems. Bears panicles of creamy-white flowers in mid-spring, followed by green berries that often ripen to red. Height to 3 feet. 
Erythronium oregonum Erythronium oregonum 

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Bulbous perennial with brown-mottled shiny green leaves that bears creamy-white flowers with yellow centers in spring. Height 14 inches. 
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