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Home > Landscaping > Native Plants for Western Washington Gardens and Restoration Projects


Index of Common Names

A-C | D-F | G-I | J-L | M-O | P-R | S-U | V-Z
Kinnikinnick, Bearberry
Arctostaphylos uva-ursi
A mat-forming evergreen shrub producing lovely pink flowers that later turn into red berries.
Height: Can grow up to 8 inches (20 cm) tall.
Leaves evergreen.
Labrador Tea
Ledum groenlandicum
Evergreen, branching shrub with rusty-hairy leaf undersides and white flowers.
Height: Up to 5 feet (1.5 meters).
Leaves deciduous.
Lady Fern
Athyrium filix-femina
Tall, delicate, light-green fronds from a basal cluster.
Height: Grows 3-6 feet (2 meters) tall.
Leaves deciduous.
Lance-leaved Stonecrop
Sedum lanceolatum
Leaves deciduous.
Large-leaved Avens
Geum macrophyllum
Hairy perennial with short rhizomes and big leaves topped by small yellow flowers.
Height: Up to 3 feet (1 meters).
Leaves deciduous.
Large-leaved Lupine
Lupinus polyphyllus
A large perennial native forb with spikes of blue flowers from one to many hairy stems.
Height: 3-6 feet (1-2 meters).
Leaves deciduous.
Lowbush Penstemon
Penstemon fruticosus
Spreading shrub with numerous tubular purple flowers.
Height: Up to 40 cm (1.5 ft) tall.
Leaves evergreen,deciduous.


The landscaping and restoration information provided on this page is taken from the Starflower Foundation Image Herbarium. All photographs © Starflower Foundation unless otherwise noted.