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1234A B C DCommon Name Latin Name Habits / Care Sun/ShadeDrooping branches form a dense skirt at the base. Narrow, weeping formof Alaska Yellow Cedar, growing only 4-5 feet wide. Best with consistentAlaska Yellow Cedar Weeping Xanthocyparis nootkatensis 'Pendula' soil moisture and protected from extreme drying winds while young. 15' in sun to part shade10 years - full height 35', evergreen, sun to part shadeArrowhead Root WapatoAstersAutumn fernsSagittaria latifoliaAstersDryopteris erythrosoraArrowhead root is a perennial aquatic plant with very showy, long, arrowshapedto elliptical leaves, hence the name arrowhead. Arrowheads areoften grown in aquatic gardens because of the large, attractive leaves.Bloom in the fall. Can be pinched to control plant height and increasebloom count. Pinch every 14 to 18 days until July 25, again leaving 3 to 5internodes on each branch which has emerged since the previous pinch.Shears can be used.A great group of ferns perfect for a moist, shady environment. It is best tokeep them moist if they are in afternoon sun as too much sun and droughtmay burn the delicate fronds. Remove dead foliage in early spring, It ismostly evergreen. New growth will come up from ground each year.Award-winning Dryopteris erythrosora is noted for the coppery-red andgreen triangular bi-pinnate fronds. Although the fronds turn solid green assummer progresses, a steady supply of new fronds renders the plants avisual tapestry of dark green interwoven with pink to bronzy tones. Atmaturity, the fronds arch from the center of the clump to form a gracefulvase shape. Autumn fern is evergreen in frost-free areas and is semievergreento deciduous in other areas depending on the severity of wintertemperatures.full sun, partial shadesunfull shade to sun56Blueberry Sunshine BlueVaccinium corymbosum 'Sunshine Blue'Dwarf evergreen blueberry. Grows to 3 feet tall with showy pink flowersand lovely blue-green foliage. Large berries midseason. Evergreen.full sun to partial shade78Bog CranberryVacinnium oxycoccosV. oxycoccus is a ground covering plant with slender stems and numerousalternate, widely spaced leaves which are small pointed and leathery, darkgreen above and waxy gray beneath, with rolled under edges. It can beevergreen in milder winters. Small pink nodding flowers are bornebetween May and July, followed by red, 3/8 inch berries, which remainhard and green until first frost. This plant requires wet, acidic soil.Camas Lilly Camassia quamash - Short full sunfull sun to partial shade910Camas LillyCoastal StrawberryCamassia quamash - TallFragaria chiloensisThe turf-like leaves begin to show themsevles in the garden in March.These slowly reach about 18 inches tall, with flower stems higher, adornedfull sunwith beautiful blue buds that open into six slender loose petals in May &June. Native people roasted the bulbs.Spreading perennial, with white flowers, from March to August., followedby edible red fruits, good ground cover for sun or part shade wet or dryareas.full sun to part shade11ColumbineAquilegia formosa2-3'x18" full sun or filtered shade. Indigenous people used this perennialfor many different purposes. Some thought the flower, as well as the wholeplant, was a good luck charm. The Miwok from California ate it as afull sun or filtered shadevegetable after boiling the early spring greens. The Hanaksiala, from thecentral coast of British Columbia, treated the flowers like candy, thechildren sucking out the sweet nectar from the spurs.ColumbineAquilegia canadensisA favorite of hummingbirds and bees because they contain lots of nectar.This is an erect, branching perennial, up to 2 ft. tall, well-known for itsshowy flowers. A nodding, red and yellow flower with upward spurredpetals alternating with spreading, colored sepals and numerous yellowstamens hanging below the petals. The compound leaves, divided intoround-lobed threes, are attractive in their own right.partial shade1213Columbine PurpleAquilegia formosaColumbines, or Aquilegia, are known for their showy blooms that attractbees and hummingbirds. Low maintenance; do not allow to dry out.Generally resistent to disease and pests.partial shade

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