JUNCUS EFFUSES
'Soft Rush'
It's pale-green stems are erect with 2-5 feet tall leaves. Leafy reddish sheaths wrap the stems at the bottom of the plant.
JUNCUS ENSIFOLIUS
 'Swordleaf Rush'   

Has thin, flat leaves. Deep green foliage with compact, ball-like clusters of tiny flowers that are greenish- to purplish-brown. Ht 10'' 6 - 9''
VACCINIUM OVATUM
'Huckleberry'
An erect evergreen shrub that can grow up to 4m with slightly hairy young stems.  Leaf color ranges from bright green to copper bronze when developing, to reddish-purple when in full sun. 
POLYSTICHUM MUN.
'Western Sword Ferns'
This is the most common fern found in gardens. Easy to grow, this medium-large evergreen fern is hardy and symmetrical. The lush, leathery, dark green fronds are ascending to erect. Leaflets are linear and spiny-toothed. Best in moist, cool climates. Height is 3 ft.
MAHONIA  AQUIFOLIUM
'Oregon Grape'
This is a small broadleaf evergreen ornamental shrub. Height gets to be at about 5' tall. 

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NATIVE PLANTS
EMERGENTS
CAREX OBNUPTA
'Slough Sedge'
Arching, grassy leaves with dark brown seed heads.  Semi-evergreen. Grows in full sun, 3-4' ht green leaf color
CAREX STIPATA
'Owlfruit Sedge'
Grows 2-3 ft. tall, with a cluster of brown seed capsules clinging high on each stem. Leaves are coarse and elongate.
JUNCUS PATENS
 'Common Rush'
The stems are thin, gray-green, often somewhat waxy, and grooved, and grow 1-2' ht. It holds many flowers.
Deschampsia cespitosa
'Tufted Hair Grass'
A tuft of thin grassy foliage with gray and gold variegation. Early summer brings 3-foot-tall, airy plumes of tiny flowers. In fall the foliage turns golden with pink-coral tips. 
Fragaria chiloensis
'Beach Strawberry'
Shiny, dark-green, leaves arise from the creeping, horizontal runners on this large-flowered, wild strawberry. The white, five-petaled flowers are followed on the plants by large, red berries. 
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