Native Plant Nursery

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  • Pacific Dogwood

    Pacific Dogwood

    Our native dogwood tree flowers in April or May before its leaves are out. Some years it also blooms in September. What we think of as the flowers are really the showy white bracts which surround the little flower. Fall color varies from yellows to reddish. It does best in wooded, well drained settings. Tolerates some shade. Good wildlife plant - Birds like seeds. Grows to about 20-60 ft tall and 10-20 ft. wide. Likes moist, well drained soils.

  • Chokecherry

    Chokecherry

    Small native tree or large shrub growing to 25-35 ft. high and 12-20 ft. wide. An excellent wildlife plant. White spring flowers yield edible, reddish-black fruit by late summer. Fruit makes tart jelly when sweetened or is good wildlife food. Likes forest edges or clearings.

  • Vine Maple

    Vine Maple

    This distinctive plant is as highly valued as an urban ornamental as it is in native plantings. Mature plants usually develop multiple trunks with bright reddish green bark. It can be grown alone as a specimen, in groupings, or as an understory shrub. Does best in partial shade with moist, well drained soils.

  • Western Mountain Ash Shrub

    Western Mountain Ash Shrub

    A shrub or small native tree growing up to 12 ft. Has white flowers in clusters followed by orange to scarlet fruit. Found growing naturally mostly in the Washington Cascade Range, but will also do well in Western Washington lowlands.

  • Acer Macrophyllum - Bigleaf Maple

    Acer Macrophyllum - Bigleaf Maple

    A vigorous growing native maple tree that grows rapidly to 75-100 feet high and 50 feet wide. Named for its large leaves which are often as much as a foot across. Sometimes has brilliant yellow fall color. The dryer the summer, the prettier the fall color. Often found in the valleys near streams, creating abundant shade for the understory plants. Multi-stemmed plants are more the norm than a single stem plant. Even if cut for firewood (makes a good...

  • Cornus Nuttalli - Pacific Dogwood

    Cornus Nuttalli - Pacific Dogwood

    Our native dogwood tree flowers in April or May before its leaves are out. Some years it also blooms in September. What we think of as the flowers are really the showy white bracts which surround the little flower. Fall color varies from yellows to reddish. It does best in wooded, well drained settings. Tolerates some shade. Good wildlife plant - Birds like seeds. Grows to about 20-60 ft tall and 10-20 ft. wide. Likes moist, well drained soils.