Welcome to Wildflower Wednesday here in the PNW. Join Gail and other native plant aficionados on her blog Clay and Limestone!
Agastache aurantiaca that I grew from seed last year is blooming again, those sunset peachy colors are my favorite. You can tell from the shape that hummingbirds would like these flowers.
There are bright red inedible berries on Arctostaphylos uva-ursi, I love the deep green glossy leaves-
There are white insipid mealy berries on Gaultheria mucronata, Pernettya, also with leathery glossy green leaves, which has long wispy branches in my garden.
Gaultheria shallon, Salal, has ripe fruit and a few flowers still-
The berries are also ripe on the very lovely foliaged Cascade Oregon Holly Grape, Berberis (Mahonia) nervosa. I just bought a plant of B. repens, which is stoloniferous, so hope it will spread and be a good ground cover.