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Some common native plants of British Columbia’s south coast

Pressed specimen of the leaves and cones of a Western Red Cedar in the Royal BC Museum botany collection
Image of live Western Red Cedar cones still on the tree.
Pressed specimen of Yellow Cedar leaves and cones in the Royal BC Museum botany collection.
Live Yellow Cedar cones still on the tree.
A pressed Douglas Fir specimen in the Royal BC Museum botany collection.
An Arbutus specimen in the Royal BC Museum botany collection.
Leaves and flowers on the tip of a live Arbutus branch.
A pressed Bigleaf Maple leaf, seed and flower in the botany collection at the Royal BC Museum.
A Garry Oak specimen in the Royal BC Museum botany collection.
A Garry Oak meadow with camas growing nearby.
Pressed Giant Camas in Royal BC Museum botany collection.
A live Giant Camas showing purple-blue flowers.
Image of a pressed Fawn Lily in the Royal BC Museum entomology collection.
A live Fawn Lily with ferns.
A pressed Thimbleberry in the Royal BC Museum botany collection.
A pressed Tall Oregon Grape in the Botany collection at the Royal BC Museum.
A pressed Snowberry in the Royal BC Museum botany collection.
Image of the underside of a Sword Fern showing the sori.
Pressed Salal in the botany collection at the Royal BC Museum.
Salal with fruits growing in the wild.
Pressed Elderberry in the Royal BC Museum botany collection.
Live Elderberry plant with bunch of bright red berries surrounded by green leaves.
Pressed Salmonberry in the Royal BC Museum botany collection.
An image of pressed Saskatoon Berry in the Royal BC Museum botany collection.

 

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