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NW Native Shrubs
Huckleberry and Blueberry require an acid soil high in organic matter.

BLACK GOOSEBERRY (Ribes divericatum)
N.W. native. Tasty blueberry sized purplish black fruit. Thorny shrub to 5 ft. at maturity. Grows in sun or partial shade. Disease resistant.
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BLACK GOOSEBERRY (Ribes divericatum)
OVAL LEAFED HUCKLEBERRY (Vaccinium ovalifolium)
A midsized shrub, native to moist coniferous forests from Oregon to Alaska. Highly regarded for flavor, 2nd only to Mountain Huckleberry, but the Oval Leafed ripens earlier. Pink, bell shaped flowers & red fall color.
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OVAL LEAFED HUCKLEBERRY (Vaccinium ovalifolium)
RED HUCKLEBERRY (Vaccinium parvifolium)
Very shade tolerant native shrub. Produces pretty pink to red berries the size of a small blueberry. Tart & refreshing in midsummer.
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RED HUCKLEBERRY  (Vaccinium parvifolium)
RED ELDERBERRY (Sambucus racemosa pubens)
This shrub is typically a bit smaller than blue elderberry and is much more shade tolerant and ornamental, with bright red clusters of fruits hanging on through mid to late summer until stripped by birds. Harmless but bitter fruit. Zone 5-7.
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RED ELDERBERRY  (Sambucus racemosa pubens)
OREGON GRAPE (Mahonia aquifolium)
Pretty evergreen understory shrub, 3 - 5 ft. tall, yellow spring flowers with very tart blue berries. Leaves commonly used in floral arrangements. Glossy green serrated leaves are reddish purple over winter. Zone 5 - 8.
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OREGON GRAPE (Mahonia aquifolium)
CASCADE OREGON GRAPE (Mahonia nervosa)
A dwarf form of oregon grape at maturity 12-24 inches tall. Pretty evergreen understory shrub, yellow spring flowers with very tart blue berries. Leaves commonly used in floral arrangements. Glossy green serrated leaves are reddish purple over winter. Zone 5 - 8.
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CASCADE OREGON GRAPE (Mahonia nervosa)
GOLDEN CURRANT (Ribes aureum)
Clusters of fragrant, bright yellow flowers in spring followed by sweet and juicy, large black berries. Fruit keeps up to 2 months on the bush. A vigorous, widely adapted shrub, to 9 feet in height. Native from Nebraska to Washington. Zone 2-8
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GOLDEN CURRANT (Ribes aureum)
HARDHACK SPIREA (Spirea douglassii)
Wetland shrub. 6-10 ft., with showy pink flowers.
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HARDHACK SPIREA (Spirea douglassii)
MOCK ORANGE (Philadelphus lewisii)
Large, fragrant white flowers cover these medium sized, multi-stemmed shrubs in late June. Shredding bark and yellow fall color are also attractive features. Hardy to minus 25F. Photo courtesy of Wayne Boucher, copyright www.cambridge2000.com.
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MOCK ORANGE (Philadelphus lewisii)
NOOTKA ROSE (Rosa nutkana)
Large pink flowers & big red hips. Widely adapted to dry or moist sites. Good for hedgerows & wildlife plantings.
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NOOTKA ROSE (Rosa nutkana)
RED FLOWERING CURRANT (Ribes sanguineum)
A showy Northwest native. A 5-10 ft. shrub with stunning red flowers in early spring. Hummingbirds visit flowers and songbirds like the fall fruits. Sun or shade.
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RED FLOWERING CURRANT (Ribes sanguineum)
KING EDWARD VII CURRANT (Ribes sanguineum)
A select later blooming variety of red flowering currant. Dense form, lower growing than species, spectacular crimson flowers in early spring. Blue edible berries.
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KING EDWARD VII CURRANT (Ribes sanguineum)
POKEYS PINK RED FLOWERING CURRANT (Ribes sanguineum)
A solid pink flowering selection of Ribes sanguineum.
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POKEYS PINK RED FLOWERING CURRANT (Ribes sanguineum)
POULSBO SCARLET CURRANT (Ribes sanguineum)
Showy Northwest native. A 5-10 ft. shrub, this selection has intense, deep red flowers, very showy in early spring. Hummingbirds visit flowers and songbirds like the fall fruits. Sun or shade.
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POULSBO SCARLET CURRANT (Ribes sanguineum)
RED OSIER DOGWOOD (Cornus sericea)
Multi-stemmed shrub, with great red fall color & red twigs over winter. Excellent for wildlife and erosion control. Likes moist habitat and shade. Zone 3-7.
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RED OSIER DOGWOOD (Cornus sericea)
SALMONBERRY (Rubus spectabilis)
Understory shrub, very shade tolerant, pink flowers in early spring, yellow or red fruits in May and June. The berries are juicy, seedy and refreshing when little else is ripe. Zone 3-9.
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SALMONBERRY (Rubus spectabilis)
SERVICEBERRY SEEDLINGS (Amelanchier alnifolia)
Masses of white flowers in spring followed by small tasty blue fruits in summer. Good fresh and in pies, pancakes, etc. Red / orange fall color. Grows to 8-10 ft. Hardy to minus 40F.
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SERVICEBERRY SEEDLINGS (Amelanchier alnifolia)
SNOWBERRY (Symphoriarpos alba)
Small shrub with 1/2 " white berries, persisting over winter until eaten off by wild life. Shade tolerant. 10 or more of the extra large snowberries are $3.50 each; 100 or more are $3.00 each.
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SNOWBERRY (Symphoriarpos alba)
THIMBLEBERRY (Rubus parviflorus)
Thornless plant with large, soft maple shaped leaves, spring time profusion of white flowers. Berries are 1/2", bright red, sweet, and edible. Zone 3-9.
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THIMBLEBERRY (Rubus parviflorus)
ELK RIVER CURRANT (Ribes sanguineum)
Bright red flowers in great profusion. Vigorous, upright form.
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ELK RIVER CURRANT (Ribes sanguineum)
432 Burnt Ridge Road Onalaska, Washington 98570 Phone: 360.985.2873 Fax: 360.985.0882 mail@burntridgenursery.com
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