Salal for rain gardens
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(Gaultheria shallon)

Popular among florists as a foliage plant, salal is a northwest U.S. native that thrives in sun or shade, and it produces delicious but fuzzy berries as a bonus. White to pink flowers.

Zone: 3; Hardy to –40 degrees F

Height: up to 5 feet.

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