Shrub Seedlings

Arctic willow

A small, creeping willow that can survive in harsh sub-arctic and arctic environments.

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Beaked hazelnut

A deciduous shrubby hazel with many stems.

Birch-leaved spiraea

A hardy, leaved shrub.

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Black huckleberry

An erect shrub growing up to 1.5 metres (4.9 ft) in maximum height and found at higher elevations.

Bog Labrador tea

A low flowering shrub with white flowers and evergreen leaves.

Choke cherry

Chokecherry is a suckering shrub or small tree growing to 4.9 m (16 ft) tall.

Common juniper

A small coniferous evergreen tree, very variable in form.

Devil's club

Tall deciduous shrub noted for large palmate leaves and woody stems covered in spines.

Douglas maple

A small tree growing to 10 m (33 ft) tall, with a trunk up to 20–30 cm (7.9–11.8 in) diameter with broad, three-lobed leaves.

Dry willow

Dioecious shrubs or trees, 1-11m tall with erect branches.

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Highbush Cranberry

A small 0.5-3.5m tall, sprawling shrub with reddish berries.

Mountain avens

Ground-hugging, sun-loving, semi-shrubs.

Red elderberry

A treelike shrub with soft stems growing 2–6m (6.6–19.7 ft) tall.

Red raspberry

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Red-Osier dogwood

A species of flowering plant native throughout northern and western North America