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Unit #2 Plants of the Pacific Northwest “Le Roy’s Top 40”
#1 Red Alder
#2 Western Red Cedar
#3 Western Hemlock
#4 Douglas Fir
#5 Sword Fern
#6 Lady Fern
#7 Pacific Dogwood
#9 Indian Plum
#10 Skunk Cabbage
#12 Red Huckleberry
#18 Big Leaf Maple
#19 Oregon Grape
#20 Stinging Nettle
#21 Creeping Buttercup
#22 Nootka Rose
#26 Himalayan Blackberry
#28 Water Parsley
#29 Licorice Fern
Non-natives #31 Bleeding Heart
#33 Bittersweet Nightshade
#34 Twisted Stalk
#35 Reed Canary Grass
#37 #37 Jewelweed
#38 Hardstem Bullrush
#40 Scouring Rush
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