2. Palouse

Grasses:
• Bluebunch wheatgrass Agropyron spicatum: Blue-green leaves. Compact seed heads. Sun. Dry. 3 feet.
• Idaho fescue Festuca idahoensis: Deep green or blue-green. Feathery seed heads. Sun to partial shade. Medium moisture. 2 feet.

Shrubs:
• Serviceberry Amelanchier anifolia: Showy white flowers. Purple fruit draws birds. Sun to partial shade. Medium moisture. 20 feet



• Nootka rose Rosa nutkana: Pink flowers up to 2 inches wide. Sun. Dry or moist with good drainage. 9 feet.
• Black hawthorn Crataegus douglasii: Birds nest in tangled, thorny branches. Sun or shade. Moist. 15 feet

Wildflowers:
• Western yarrow Achillea millefolium: Aromatic. White flowers. Sun to partial shade. Moderate water. 3 feet.
• Blanketflower Gaillardia aristata: Red and yellow daisy-like flowers spring to fall. Sun. Moderate water. 2 feet.
• Little sunflower Helianthella uniflora: Sunflower-type yellow blossoms in June. Sun to partial shade. Dry. 2 feet.
• Lewis flax Linum lewisii: Delicate blue or purple flowers. Sun. Dry. 2 feet.
• Prairie smoke Geum triflorum: Rose flowers. Feathery pink seed heads. Sun. Dry to moderate water. 6 inches.

Resources:
Palouse Prairie Foundation
Idaho Native plant Society

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