|Antennaria spp. N||Pussytoes|
|Arctostaphylos uva-ursi ●N||Kinnikinnick|
|Asarum caudatum ●N
|Cotoneaster horizontalis||Rockspray cotoneaster|
|Dryas octopetala N||Mountain avens|
|Epimedium spp. ●||Bishop's hat|
|Eriogonum umbellatum N||Buckwheat|
|Fragaria chiloensis N||Beach strawberry|
|Globularia spp.||Globe daisy|
|Gypsophila repens||Creeping baby's breath|
|Hypericum calycinum ●||St. John's wort|
|Juniperus horizontalis||Creeping juniper|
|Luzula sylvatica ●||Greater woodrush|
|Mahonia repens ●N||Creeping mahonia|
|Microbiota decussata ●||Russian arborvitae|
|Potentilla tridentata ●||Wineleaf cinquefoil|
|Rhus trilobata N||Three leaf sumac|
|Sedum spp. ●N||Stonecrop|
|Stachys byzantina||Lamb's ears|
|Symphytum grandiflorum ●||Yellow comfrey|
|Teucrium canadense||Creeping germander|
|Veronica liwanensis ●||Turkish speedwell|
|Veronica pectinata ●||Wooly veronica|
Scientific and common names are listed for each plant. Plants are listed in alphabetical order by scientific name.
If the scientific name has a link, it leads to a page with photos and cultural information. If the common name has a link, it leads to photos, but not to cultural information.
Key to symbols
spp. = More than one species is water-conserving
● = Suitable for dry shade; amount of shade varies
N = Native to Washington or Idaho
@ = May reseed or spread
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