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Northwest Native Plants 10 Ideabooks
Long admired in the British Isles for their chubby racemes of bright flowers appearing in late winter to early spring, flowering currants (Ribes sanguineum) are now gaining the appreciation they deserve in West Coast gardens. Flowering currants are popular native plants in the Pacific Northwest, not only...
Great Design Plant: Color Outside the Lines With Harebell
Great Design Plant: Ceanothus Pleases With Nectar and Fragrant Blooms
West Coast natives: The blue flowers of drought-tolerant ceanothus draw the eye and help support local wildlife too
Great Design Plant: Wild Hyacinth for a Bolt of Blue
Great Design Plant: Quaking Aspen for 3-Season Beauty — on Its Own Turf
It offers bright fall foliage, snowy winter bark and lush green leaves in summer. Just don't try to plant quaking aspen away from its home
Great Design Plant: Western Bleeding Heart
Great Design Plant: Vine Maple
Exciting year-round color and adaptability make this highly ornamental native small tree a top choice for home gardens
Great Design Plant: Golden Currant
Cheery yellow flowers with a spicy fragrance and tasty fruit make this native plant a delightful addition to a home garden
Great Design Plant: Pacific Coast Iris
Great Design Plant: Redtwig Dogwood