Evergreen foliage. Pink flowers in Spring- Summer to 12 inches tall. Sun to partial shade. Zones 5-8.
Deep pink, very fragrant flowers on up to 2 ft. Evergreen with mounded foliage. For Sun or partial shade. Zones 6 to 9.
Lawrence Crocker Daphne
Native to Oregon and N. California. Thrives in moist shade. Pink flower in spring before foliage. 3 to 5 ft. x 3 to 5 ft. Full to partial shade. Zone 5-8.
Oregon Umbrella Plant
Very ornamental, bushy plant with graceful, arching stems. Small yellowish flowers in summer. A source of yellow dye. Easily grown. 3 to 7 ft.
Furry rhizomes, like squirrel's feet that creep over soil surface. Zones 7b to 10b. Best in shade.
Squirrel's Foot Fern
Mostly evergreen clumps of yellow-green fine-textured foliage. Attractive flowers. Partial shade to shade.
Golden Wavy Hair Grass
Masses of rose-purple pea-like flowers. 2-6 ft. Attracts hummingbirds, bees and butterflies. Best in sun. Zone 7.
Showy Tick Trefoil
Biennial. Blue-green foliage with dark fragrant flowers. Grows to 12 inches. Best in sun. All zones.
Black-Flowered Sweet William
Yellow flowers with reddish tips. Will climb 6 feet a year. Zone 4-7. Sun to partial shade.
Climbing Golden Tears
Yellow flowers with reddish tips. Will climb 6 feet a year. Zone 4-7. Sun to partial Shade.
Uruguayan Firecracker Flower
Easily grown in a sunny spot with good drainage. Edible root. Vine tops may reach 9 ft. zone 5-9.
Cinnamon Vine or Chinese Yam
Evergreen to 16 inches, white flowers. Prefers shade to partial sun. Tolerates dry soil. Zone 7.
Dwarf Solomon Seal
Slow-growing, spreading evergreen shrub with small burgundy witch hazel-like flowers in Winter. 3 X 6 ft. Zone 7. Sun to partial Shade.
Myrtle Leafed Distylium
Black to dark purple flowers in late spring to early summer. 4-6 ft. POISONOUS if eaten. Sun or partial shade.
Late winter blooms on 8 to 10 ft evergreen shrub. Zones 7 to 10. Sun to partial shade.
Semi-evergreen to 8 inches. Enjoys some shade to sun and evenly moist. Zones 5-9.
Dryopteris affinis 'Crispa Gracilis'
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