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When chosen carefully, native perennials can be used used to enhance the existing landscape. depending on the site requirements, ie sun/shade. Perennials can add a bonus of color, berries, flowers, or texture to the spring and summer landscape.
Did you know?
Native perennial flowers can attract pollinators which is great for the environment.
Adiantum alecticumMAIDENHAIR FERN
Deceivingly delicate looking and surprisingly hardy this fern with dark purple-black stems, grows 15-60cm tall. Prefers a shady, moist, humus rich site.
Athyrium filix-feminaLADY FERN
Large fern, may grow up to 2M tall. Can tolerate sun if soil is consistently moist.
Aquilegia formosaWESTERN RED COLUMBINE
Perennial with delicate lace like foliage. Red and yellow blooms May - August. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Prefers lightly shaded sites.
Blechnum spicantDEER FERN
Semi-evergreen fern, usually 20-80cm tall. Grows in a thick clumping manner. Can tolerate some sun if soil is evenly moist.
Low-growing groundcover. White dogwood like flowers followed by red berries. Requires light shade and even moisture.
Geranium oreganumOREGON GERANIUM
Perenial 40-80cm tall. Small purple flowers throughout summer. Found in moist clearings and forest edges.
Sedum oreganumOREGON STONECROP
Perennial succulent, grows 15 cm tall. Has egg shaped green-bronze foliage. Yellow blooms throughout summer. Needs well draining soil.
Sedum spathulifoliumBROAD-LEAVED STONECROP
Perennial succulent up to 20cm tall. Has flat grey spoon shaped leaves. And bright yellow flowers throughout summer.
Perennial, large yellow flowers late summer, attracts pollinators. Prefers well draining soil.