Pacific Northwest Native Perennials

Most of ourPacific Northwest Native perennials are sold as liners and one gallon containers

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Achillea millefolium (Yarrow) - Aromatic perennial with flat topped white flower cluster on top of lacy leaved stem.

Anaphalis margaritacea (Pearly everlasting) - Perennial with long lasting cream colored flowers on tall stems.  Excellent cut flower for accents.  Attracts butterflies.

Aquilegia formosa (Western Columbine) - Three foot perennial with beautiful red-orange flowers with yellow accents.  Looks great in the garden.

Asarum caudataum (Wild Ginger) - Spreading perennial with large, dark green leaves and unique late spring flower make this and interesting ground cover.

Asclepias speciosa (Showy Milkweed) - Wonderful flowers on top of tall stems.  Likes full sun and attracts butterflies.

Aster subspicatus (Douglas Aster) - Three to four feet in height with lots of purple flowers.  Grows best in moist sites and tolerates salt spray.

Brodiaea coronaria (Harvest Lily) - Summer blooming purple lily.  Small but showy flower that is drought tolerant.  Thrives in a dry sunny spot.

Brodiaea hyacinthine (Fool's Onion) - Clusters of white blooms appear in the late spring on this interesting lily.  Drought tolerant.

Camassia quamash (Common Camas) - Sp;ring blooming bulb with nice purple flowers.  Loves moist fields and meadows that dry out in the summer.

Camassia lechtilinni (Greater Camas) - Larger cousin of the common camas.  Very similar to the Common Camas but a bit larger.  Likes it wet in the winter/spring, and dry in the summer.

Dicentra formosa (Pacific Bleeding Heart) - Lacey leaves and showy pink flowers make this perennial a favorite.  Grows best in shady moist locations.

Epilobium angustifolium (Fireweed) - Three foot tall perennial with showy pink to purple flower spikes.  Excellent for attracting bees and butterflies.

Fritillaria lanceolata (Chocolate Lily) - Mottled purple flowers look almost brown.  Grows best in open areas.

Iris tenax (Oregon Iris) - Showy perennial with beautiful purple flowers.  Forms dense clumps with many blooms after a few years.  A must for the native garden or natural areas.

Lilium columbianum (Orange Tiger Lily) - Beautiful orange flowers on this tall lily make it stand out in the garden.  Great fragrance.

Oxalis oregana (Wood Sorrel) - Interesting spreading ground cover with large clover like leaves and small white flowers.  Prefers shady moist spots.

Potentilla gracilis (Northwest Cinquefoil) - Wonderful perennial with clusters of yellow flowers on long stems.  Leaves grow close to the ground.

Potentilla pacifica (Pacific Silverweed) - A great ground cover.  Low growing and fast spreading with nice yellow flowers through summer.  Likes moist sunny areas.

Ranunculus occidentalis (Western Buttercup) - Spring perennial with several yellow flowers on long stems.  Leaves grow close to the ground.  Plant with camas for a colorful spring meadow.

Smilacina racemosa (False Solomon's Seal) - Graceful spring blooming perennial that loves shade.  White blooms, bright red berries, and long, interesting foliage make this an interesting plant.

Tellima grandiflora (Fringecup) - Unique perennial with tall flower spike producing pink bell shaped flowers.  Large ground hugging leaves make this a nice ground cover.


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