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***Pacific Dogwood [cornus nutalli] flower, Vancouver Island [BC's provincial flower] By Adam Gibbs Dogwood Flower Tattoos, Dogwood Flowers, Wild Flowers, Druid Tattoo, Pacific Dogwood, Leaf Projects, Wild Tattoo, Flower Names, Garden Trees
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Pacific Dogwood : Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada

Pacific Dogwood : Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada : Photography by Adam Gibbs

Western Trillium, sword fern, maianthemum and bleeding heart Druid Tattoo, West Coast Canada, Sword Fern, Making A Bouquet, Woodland Garden, Space Wedding, Vancouver Island, Native Plants, British Columbia

Western Trillium : Honeymoon Bay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, canada

Western Trillium : Honeymoon Bay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, canada : Photography by Adam Gibbs

List of Uncommon Cold Hardy Fruit Trees (Gardening Zones Light Purple Flowers, Growing Raspberries, Growing Fruit Trees, Gardening Zones, Permaculture Garden, California Native Plants, Edible Wild Plants, Green Fruit, Pink Fruit
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July is Thimbleberry

Delicate thimbleberries ( Rubus parviflorus ) ready to be eaten Summer is the season of berries and in July, the warm sun ripens an un...

Western Sweetvetch (Hedysarum occidentale) ~ Not sure if this is the right variety, but we have lots of this pm our property & in our area Blue Flowers, Paper Flowers, Wild Flowers, Flower Images, Flower Pictures, Flower Stands, Vancouver Island, Flower Wallpaper, Native Plants
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Hedysarum occidentale | Western Sweetvetch | Wildflowers of the Pacific Northwest

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Pink fawn lily [erythronium revolutum], Honeymoon Bay, Vancouver Island, BC by Adam Gibbs Buy Plants, Hardy Plants, Vancouver Island, Native Plants, British Columbia, Spring Time, Sleeve Tattoos, Perennials, Wild Flowers

Fawn Lily : Honeymoon Bay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, canada

Fawn Lily : Honeymoon Bay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, canada : Photography by Adam Gibbs

Native plants- vancouver island, BC, Canada ~ Chocolate Lilly #GILoveBC Victoria Vancouver Island, Unique Flowers, Native Plants, West Coast, Garden Landscaping, Art Ideas, Trees, Canada, Gardening
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Native plants- vancouver island, BC, Canada ~ Chocolate Lilly #GILoveBC

Submitted by Suzy Qs to the 2012 myPQB Story Contest: "Indian Pipe on Qualicum Beach walking trail. Blooming Flowers, Vancouver Island, Native Plants, Wildflowers, British Columbia, Nativity, North America, Canada, Indian
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Indian Pipe

Submitted by Suzy Qs to the 2012 myPQB Story Contest: "Indian Pipe on Qualicum Beach walking trail. Taken July 24, 2011."

Broad-leaved shooting stars (Dodecatheon hendersonii) and white fawn lilies (Erythronium oregonum) from the Cowichan Garry Oak Preserve, Vancouver Island, BC. by Tim Ennis Landscape Materials, Romantic Shabby Chic, Shabby Chic Farmhouse, Shooting Stars, Vancouver Island, Native Plants, Lilies, Wildflowers, British Columbia
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Broad-leaved shooting stars (Dodecatheon hendersonii) and white fawn lilies (Erythronium oregonum) from the Cowichan Garry Oak Preserve, Vancouver Island, BC. by Tim Ennis

  How To Attract Birds, Water Wise, Healing Herbs, High Cholesterol, Edible Garden, Native Plants, Pacific Northwest, Shrubs, Berries
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Stonecrop is a native succulent plant on Vancouver Island. Vancouver Island, Native Plants, Planting Succulents, Wildflowers, Nativity, Flora, Indoor, Garden, Nature
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Laura Ashton

This weekend Keenan and I were able to do some lovely walks through the the trails around Morfee Lake, which lucky for us is 5 minutes away from our house. We walked along the woodland trail and collected some Labrador Tea leaves and found a flowering current bush. It is May and at last the North is becoming the place that I love. I love the early winter and the summer. Ask me my opinion in March or April when "The Melting" takes place and you will get a very different answer. Morfee Lake…