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Scarlet firethorn (Pyracantha 'Orange Glow')

Loosely branched shrub with small white flowers beginning in the spring, followed by orange-red to dark orange berries and glossy, dark green leaves that persist through fall; grows up to 10 feet high; prefers fertile soil in full sun to part shade; hardy to 0 degrees F; Zones 7 to 9

Alder-leaved serviceberry (Amelanchier alnifolia 'Regent')

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Compact shrub with pure white flowers followed by purple-black sweet fruit, and long oval to oblong fine-toothed, dark-green leaves; grows up to 12 feet high; prefers acidic, medium-wet soil in full sun to part shade; hardy to -30 degrees F; Zones 4 to 5

Coralberry (Symphoricarpos orbiculatus)

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Bushy, dense shrub with bell-shaped, tiny white or pink flowers followed by spherical dark purple-red fruit and dark-green leaves; grows up to 6 feet high; prefers medium-wet soil in full sun to part shade; hardy to -50 degrees F; Zones 2 to 6

Heavenly bamboo (Nandina domestica)

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After summer's star-shaped small white flowers appear, long-lasting, spherical bright red fruit on upright shoots with red or reddish-purple leaves; grows up to 6 feet high; prefers medium-wet soil in full sun to partial shade; hardy to -10 degrees F; Zones 6 to 9

Rockspray (Cotoneaster horizontalis)

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Shrub with branches forming a herringbone pattern, glossy dark leaves that turn red in autumn, pink-tinged white flowers give way to bright red spherical fruit; grows up to 3 feet high; prefers moist soil in full sun to part shade; hardy to -30 degrees F; Zones 4 to 7

European cranberry bush (Viburnum opulus 'Xanthocarpus')

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Bushy shrub with dark-green maplelike leaves turn red in fall to complement white, fertile, central flowers that are followed by bright yellow, spherical and fleshy fruit; grows up to 15 feet high; prefers moist soil in full sun to part shade; hardy to -30 degrees F; Zones 4 to 8

Purple chokeberry (Aronia x prunifolia)

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White, sometimes pink flowers give way to purple-black berries, and dark-green leaves turn bright to dark purple-red in fall; grows up to 10 feet high; thrives in any moist soil in sun or part shade; hardy to -20 degrees F; Zones 5 to 9

Spikenard (Aralia racemosa)

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Tall stems with mid-green leaves and small greenish-white flowers in long panicles appear in summer, followed by dark-purple berries in the fall; grows up to 10 feet; thrives in medium-wet soil in full sun to part shade; hardy to -40 degrees F; Zones 3 to 9

Zone Map for Native Plants

Map Courtesy of Jane Marinelli

Native Plant Climate Zone Map

1. Northern Pacific Coastal/Cascade Mountain Forests

2. Palouse

3. Great Basin Desert

4. Sierran Foothills/Alpine Vegetation

5. California Grasslands, Chaparral, and Woodland

6. Mojave and Sonoran Deserts

7. Rocky Mountain Forests/Alpine Vegetation

8. Central Prairies and Plains

9. Eastern Deciduous Forests

10. Boreal Forests

11. Coastal Plain Forests

12. Tropical