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Reed grass

Calamagrostis

These Eurasian natives are sturdy, clumping grasses with feathery flower plumes that fade from purple-...

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Lilium regale

Regal Lily

Lilium regale

Native to western China. Popular, showy, and easy to grow. Stems reach 6 ft. tall. In midsummer, each ...

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Phalaris arundinacea picta

Ribbon Grass

Phalaris arundinacea picta

Native to North America and Eurasia. Tough, tenacious grass; forms a 2–3-ft.-high clump that spr...

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Betula nigra ‘Summer Cascade’ (photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.)

River Birch

Betula nigra

Native to stream banks and lowlands in eastern North America. Very fast growth in early years; eventua...

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River She-Oak

Casuarina cunninghamiana

Largest and tallest species. Grows to 70 ft. tall, 30 ft. wide. Finest texture, with dark green branch...

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Cotoneaster horizontalis

Rock Cotoneaster

Cotoneaster horizontalis

Grows to 2–3 ft. tall, 15 ft. wide, with stiff horizontal branches and many branchlets set in a ...

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Rock Penstemon

Penstemon rupicola

Native to the Cascades and Siskiyou Mountains. Woody-based growth to 4 in. high and 1 1/2 ft. wide, wi...

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Rockcress

Arabis

Low-growing, spreading plants ideal for edgings, rock gardens, groundcovers, and pattern plantings. Al...

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Cistus ladanifer (photo courtesy of Laura Dunkin-Hubby)

Rockrose

Cistus

Mediterranean natives; hardy to 15°F/–9°C. Grown with borderline success in Zones 4 and ...

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Rocky Mountain Bristlecone Pine

Pinus aristata

Grows very slowly to 20 ft. tall (possibly to 45 ft.) and 15 ft. wide. Dense, bushy, heavy-trunked tre...

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Aquilegia coerulea (photo courtesy of Lisa Butler)

Rocky Mountain Columbine

Aquilegia coerulea

Native to the Rockies; this is the state flower of Colorado. Grows to 1 1/2–3 ft. high and 2 ft....

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Juniperus scopulorum ‘Medora’ (photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.)

Rocky Mountain juniper

Juniperus scopulorum

Native from British Columbia south to Arizona and Texas. Grows to 30 ft. tall with green or gray-green...

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