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Great Plant Picks 2013

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Zig zag bamboo (Shibataea kumasasa) Photo: Richie Steffen, Great Plant Picks

[sidebar] For more information about these and all Great Plant Pick selections go to www.greatplantpick.org[/sidebar]
Great Plant Picks (GPP) is an educational program of the Elisabeth C. Miller Botanical Garden which debuted in 2001 with the first recommendations for a comprehensive palette of outstanding plants for the maritime Pacific Northwest. To date over 800 exceptional plants have been selected for gardeners living west of the Cascade Mountains from Eugene, Oregon, USA to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Bamboo
Zig-zag bamboo (Shibataea kumasasa)

 
Bulbs
Turkestan onion (Allium karataviense)

Cobra lily (Arisaema ringens)

Double-flowered autumn crocus (Colchicum 'Waterlily')

Persian violet (Cyclamen coum)

Yellow fawn lily (Erythronium 'Pagoda')

Snowdrop (Galanthus ikariae)

Grape hyacinth (Muscari latifolium)

Miniature daffodil (Narcissus 'Tête-à-tête')

Yellow fool’s onion (Triteleia ixioides 'Starlight')

Species tulip (Tulipa tarda)

 
Conifers
Korean fir (Abies koreana)
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