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Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga Menziessi)Spirea, Hardhack (Spiraea Douglasii)Pond-lily, Yellow [Spatterdock] (Nuphar Polysepalum)

Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga Menziessi)

Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga Menziessi) is an evergreen tree in the Pine Family (Pinaceae). It's native to Western North America. Produces cones Apr-May and grows 100-150 ft. Commonly found in forests. Tolerates dry soils and partial to full sun exposure.

Spirea, Hardhack (Spiraea Douglasii)

Hardhack Spirea (Spiraea Douglasii) is a shrub in the Rose Family (Rosaceae). It's native to Western North America. Blooms Jun-Sep and grows 5-6 ft. Commonly found in wetlands, swamps and around ponds. It tolerates standing water and seasonal flooding as well as dry soils. It likes partial but prefers full sun exposure.

Pond-lily, Yellow [Spatterdock] (Nuphar Polysepalum)

Yellow Pond-lily, also known as Spatterdock (Nuphar Polysepalum) is a perennial aquatic in the Water-lily Family (Nymphaeaceae). It's native to Western North America. Blooms Jun-Aug and grows 2-4 ft. Found in ponds, wetlands, and swamps. It likes standing water 1-3ft deep but can be found in wet soils in full sun.