Leaves are Simple and Pinnately Veined
Creek (Red Osier) Dogwood
Pacific Rhododendron: Generally found in good quality, wild forest habitats east of the Sandy River.
White-flowered Rhododendron (Western Azalea): Generally found in good quality, wild forest habitats east of the Sandy River.
Common Snowberry: Opposite leaves and white berries.
Black Twinberry: Twin, shiny blackish berries.
Serviceberry: A forest understory to meadow shrub, found occasionally west of the Cascade crest, common east of the Cascades.
Osoberry (Indian Plum): A common understory shrub of forests west of the Cascade crest.
Hardhack (Douglas' Spiraea): A common shrub of moist ditches and marshes.
Subalpine Spiraea: Generally found at middle elevations to subalpine forests in the Cascade Mountains.
Chokecherry: Generally found in the Columbia River Gorge and east of the Cascades.
Creambush Oceanspray: A common shrub of roadsides and an understory plant in forests west of the Cascades.
Various Willow Species: Shrubs of very moist ground with long, thin, pointed leaves, or some with more elliptical leaves.