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Abies lasiocarpaSubalpine fir
Acer circinatumOregon vine maple
Vine maple
Aconitum columbianumColumbian monkshood
Acer glabrumRocky Mountain maple
Adiantum pedatumNorthern maidenhair fern
Maidenhair fern
Agrostis scabraFly-away grass
Rough bent
Rough bentgrass
Amelanchier alnifoliaSaskatoon serviceberry
Western serviceberry
Anaphalis margaritaceaWestern pearly everlasting
Anemone multifidaPacific anemone
Red windflower
Early thimbleweed
Cut-leaf anemone
Aquilegia formosaWestern columbine
Crimson columbine
Scarlet columbine
Red columbine
Arnica cordifoliaHeart-leaf leopardbane
Heartleaf arnica
Arctostaphylos uva-ursiKinnikinnick
Red bearberry
Athyrium filix-feminaCommon lady fern
Subarctic lady fern
Lady fern
Betula occidentalisMountain birch
Water birch
Blechnum spicantDeer fern
Calamagrostis canadensisBluejoint
Carex macrocephalaBig-head sedge
Largehead sedge
Callitropsis nootkatensisAlaska cedar
Yellow cedar
Nootka cedar
Caltha palustris var. palustrisCowslip
Yellow marsh marigold
Campanula rotundifoliaBluebell bellflower
Bluebell of Scotland
Witches' thimble
Carex rostrataBeaked sedge
Swollen beaked sedge
Carex stipataAwlfruit sedge
Awl-fruited sedge
Stalk-grain sedge
Chamerion angustifolium ssp. angustifoliumFireweed
Narrow-leaf fireweed
Willow herb
Chrysolepis chrysophylla var. chrysophyllaGiant chinkapin
Giant chinquapin
Chrysolepis sempervirensBush chinquapin
Sierra chinquapin
Sierran chinkapin
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 Part shade - 2 to 6 hrs
 Shade - 2 hrs or less

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