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It looks like an Allium sp...an onion.
I do not know which ones you have there but have found a link ...so you can check each one listed yourself....
Reminds me of Persicaria virginiana 'Filiformis'
Persicaria virginiana 'Filiformis' - Google Search
Many named cultivars.
helianthemum - Google Search
Square stems, opposite leaves.
Might it be Stachys?
I wait for someone to correct me .....
but to be as enormous as that surely that is not Dracunculus vulgaris but Amorphophallus konjac.
In South Wales we bought a young tree...took 16 years before we saw any flowers!
As I last posted on this thread in Sept 2009 with pics and got no response from Taylor Sofie, then I doubt in May 2020 more info/new pics of...
Your pic shows a single twig with alternate leaf buds and a leaf bud starting to open
But to attempt an accurate id it would really help me see...
Maybe one such as Chaenomeles x superba Salmon Horizon.
Chaenomeles x superba 'Salmon Horizon' - Google Search
It is Euonymus sp.
euonymus japonicus leaves - Google Search
These are the seed capsules.
Not in Rutaceae but Celastraceae
I assumed you were in Vancouver.
In UK we have many similar plants to you.
Epimediums, I love and used to collect...it was addictive.
It is an Epimedium.
Epimedium perralderianum probably
Epimedium perralderianum | /RHS Gardening
Talipariti elatum,..that is looking good.
1. Were the flowers on a shrub or tree?
The veins on the leaves reminds me of a tree.....Thespesia grandiflora...Malvaceaea.