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Arbutus menziesii is an attractive evergreen tree with peeling red/brown bark, clusters of fragrant white or pink flowers and edible scarlet fruit.

Arbutus 'Marina' is a hybrid that resembles our native A. menziesii but is easier to grow in a garden situation.

Arundo 'Golden Chain' is a gold variegated form of the giant reed growing to seven feet tall.

Asarum arifolium is a wild ginger with arrow-shaped, anise-scented, deep green leaves with silver marbling and strange brownish purple, urn shaped flowers.

Asarum europaeum is a groundcover of the highest order with attractive, somewhat glossy, kidney-shaped to round foliage on creeping rhizomes.

Asarum 'Ling Ling' has heart shaped, evergreen, bright green foliage with silver blotches for the shade garden.

Asarum maximum 'Shell Shocked' is a wild ginger with silver tortoise-shell veins on shiny green foliage and dramatic black and white flowers.

An Asarum with deep green arrow-shaped leaves with dramatic silver marbling and crazy cool flowers in spring. 'Quick Silver' is a great plant for garden or shady containers.

Aspidistra 'Hoshizora' is one of the hardiest and most vigorous cultivars with large leaves up to three feet tall with regular, widely-spaced spots.

Aspidistra 'Milky Way' seems to have smaller leaves than the species with nice speckling of yellow and cream spots.

White frosting and striping on big green leaves make this a great garden focal point or pot plant.

Aspidistra 'Ginga' is a dwarf plant with dark green leaves flecked with yellow that is hardy outdoors on the west coast or makes an easy houseplant elsewhere.

Houseplant or outdoor plant. You choose in coastal BC. For the rest of Canada you have one choice for Aspidistra: house plant! But what an easy houseplant it is.

Hart’s tongue fern, Asplenium scolopendrium, makes a beautiful specimen with light green undissected foliage that looks like tongues.

Asplenium scolopendrium 'Cristatum' makes a beautiful specimen with shiny, evergreen, tongue-like fronds with a crested tip.