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Spreading Phlox

Gardeners often use the tall garden phlox (Phlox paniculata) as a key species in perennial borders, but not as many...

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Growing Cotton Grass

Grow this graceful perennial in your own backyard wetland or alongside a pond.

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Mountain High

Wandering the starkly beautiful high alpine of British Columbia’s mountains, it is hard to believe that some of the tough...

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Moss Campion

Here and there are spots of bright mountain harebell (Campanula lasiocarpa), a dash of yellow groundsel (Senecio) and splash of...

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Common Rush

Common rush is an erect, tussock-forming perennial herb of the rush family (Juncaceae). Several to many green knitting needles stand...

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Salmonberries

Gracefully arching canes arise from a woody crown often buried in a moss mat. On dry sites the bushes reach...

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Bitter Cherry

From the coast to the Rockies, this native cherry is a magnet for birds and a vision in the garden.

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Wild About Native Blackberries

Trailing blackberries can be best described as living tripwires; that is, they are trailing woody vines to 6 m (20...

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A Drift of Thrift

Near the beginning of the alphabet you will likely encounter a reliable and colourful native, the sea-pink, or thrift (Armeria...

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The inconspicuous sweet gale

Happy in sun or shade, this shrub grows well in damp spots and its sweet-spicy leaves are surprisingly useful.

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Pacific Willow

Handsome and fast-growing, willow can also restore damaged soil and fight back invasive weeds.

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Partridgefoot

Mats of this low-growing perennial roll over the high mountain landscapes of British Columbia. Technically a sub-shrub, partridgefoot grows from...

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