So, I recently ripped out my lawn and replaced it with mostly native stuff. However, during the craziness of all this, I lost track of which plants are which in some cases.
All of the plants come from three sources (I'm in Capitol Hill in Seattle FYI): the fall northwest native plant sale (some of which are from seed), a private nursery in Renton that I happened upon, and from the Northfork river area of Northbend (I go out there to get free berry plants, ferns, bleeding heart, etc.).
Please let me know if you know what any of this is for sure:
FYI, I can't embed the images, as flikr won't allow it and they're way too high rez to do so anyhow
#1 - I *think* this is a sumac, though the leaves are different from anything I can find on google, and it's not like the leaves of a longhorn sumac:
#2 - I sure thought this was thimbleberry when I dug it up, but I'm not 100% sure:
#3 - Unknown flower I grew from seed. I have a ton of these, but the sticker got ruined in the rain over winter. Got the seeds from the NWNPS:
#4 - Not a clue. I think I got this in northbend? Fireweed maybe? Who knows!
#5 - No clue what this is. The lower most plant in the image (above is (I think) clustered bellflower and false lily of the valley). But the bottom plant was a hitchiker... I hope that's not poison oak:
#6 - This came with the house. Some kind of oak?
#7 - Came with the house... not a clue:
#8 - Came with the house... some kind of rose, just not sure what kind:
#9 - Woodland or coastal strawberry? I have both from the NWNPS, but can't tell them apart. I have about 5 of each plant. Only one is pictured here. It has sent out about 10 feet of runners in the last 2 weeks!
I'm thinking of ripping out 6, 7, and 8, as I only kept them while re-landscaping because I felt bad for them. They're likely all non-native.
Thank you for any help you can provide!!!