Also known as Graythorn. A thorny shrub that grows to 6 by 8 feet in size. It is a good cover plant that produces an edible purplish berry.
A multi-stemmed shrub that reaches 5 to 15 feet tall. It has leaf blades up to 4 inches long and 3 inches across and produces fruit in late summer.
A small, squat shrub that reaches 20 inches in height, with bright red berries, typically found in coniferous forests.
A large evergreen coniferous tree that typically grows 165 to 230 feet tall and with a trunk diameter of up to 9 feet.
Also known as Western Red Cedar. The largest tree in the cypress family, it can grow to 200 feet tall. Its branches droop and then turn back up, producing a broad crown of scale-like, dark green foliage.
A medium-sized, summer-growing bunchgrass that grows to 2 by 1 1/2 feet in size. It is tolerant of both drought and saline soils.
A small tree that can reach 10 feet in height, either branching or as a single trunk. It produces orange-red berries through fall and winter.
Also known as Stiff Goldenrod. A perennial herb that grows 2 to 5 feet tall. It produces a erect stem that branches near the small yellow flowers.
A thornless shrub that grows to 6 by 6 feet in size. It is very tough and drought tolerant, providing good cover and producing inconspicuous flowers.