Bonhoeffer Botanical Gardens‘ target list of 837 native plant species (types: trees, shrubs, stream and symbiotic plants, grasses, vines, ferns and annual flowers) was created from a crosswalk of: Eugene Kozloff’s Plants of Western WA, Pecks’ Manual of Higher Plants, USDA’s NRCS PLANTS Database, the UofW Burke herbarium web list, Hitchcock and Arthur Cronquist’s Flora of the Pacific Northwest, and Wikipedia. Gardens‘ kiosks are numbered 1 – 16, starting at the northern entry path; each kiosk providing zoo-like instructional plantings. Except for rare exceptions (e.g. Flora and Joey’s “Iris in Glass”), plants in the Gardens have not been taken from the Wild (except for seeds). Most all have been purchased from native plant nurseries; see Plant Sources). 416 plant species are now established, many with descriptive name plates. Their locations are shown below in bold: kiosks (“K-##“). 421 species in grey have yet to be propagated.