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A Local Nursery Delivery Service

Known for hardiness, drought tolerance and beauty, these are some of our favorite plants.

Native

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★ Vine Maple

Acer Circinatum
Deciduous shrub or small tree with vibrant fall foliage. Popular for landscaping due to its multi-stemmed growth.

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★ Red Flowering Currant

Ribes Sanguineum
Deciduous shrub known for bright red-pink spring flowers. Attracts hummingbirds. Edible blue-black berries. 

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Sword Fern

Polystichum Munitum
Evergreen fern with glossy dark green fronds. Thrives in shaded, moist areas. Prevents soil erosion and provides habitat.

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Shore Pine

Pinus Contorta

Coastal evergreen tree with twisted branches and small cones. Stabilizes sand dunes. Resilient to coastal conditions.

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Pacific Rhododendron

Macrophyllum
Evergreen shrub with large clusters of pink-purple spring flowers. Requires acidic soil. Popular in ornamental gardens.

Cornus alba 'Sibirica' shrub with crimson red stems in winter and red leaves in autumn com

★ Red-Twig Dogwood

Cornus sericea
Deciduous shrub with striking red stems in winter. Clusters of white flowers in spring, followed by white berries. Used for erosion control and wildlife habitat.

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Snowberry

Symphoricarpos Albus
Deciduous shrub with white berries persisting through winter. Valuable for erosion control and wildlife. Thrives in shaded areas.

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Sitca Willow

Salix Sitchensis
Native shrub/small tree for wetlands. Used by wildlife for habitat and food. Flexible stems and narrow leaves suited for damp environments.

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Red Elderberry

Sambucus Racemosa
Deciduous shrub with white flower clusters in spring. Toxic berries for humans, but a food source for birds and wildlife.

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Salal

Gaultheria Shallon

Evergreen shrub with glossy leaves. White-pink urn-shaped flowers turn into dark edible berries. Used for habitat and floral arrangements.

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★ Pacific Ninebark

Physocarpus Capitatus

Deciduous shrub with peeling bark in various colors. Small white to pink flowers in spring, turning into seed clusters. Resilient for restoration and landscaping.

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Indian Plum

Oemleria Cerasiformis
Deciduous shrub with fragrant white flowers in early spring. Dark purple fruit feeds wildlife. Important early food source for pollinators.

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Salmonberry

Rubus Spectabilis
Deciduous shrub with pink-orange spring flowers. Edible red-orange berries attract wildlife. Found in moist, shaded areas.

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Western Honeysuckle

Lonicera Ciliosa
Deciduous vine/shrub with orange-red trumpet-shaped flowers. Attracts hummingbirds. Climbs various surfaces.

Exotic | Sun

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Arbutus

(Multi)
Also known as Madrone or Strawberry Tree, Arbutus is an evergreen tree with peeling bark and clusters of small urn-shaped flowers, often followed by red berry-like fruit.

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★ Spirea

(Multi)

A group of deciduous shrubs with cascading clusters of flowers, available in various colors. They are easy to grow and often used for borders or mass plantings.

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Weigela

(Multi)

Deciduous shrubs valued for their trumpet-shaped flowers in various colors. They add a burst of color to gardens and are often used as specimen plants.

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Blueberry

Vaccinium Caesariense (Edible)

A native blueberry species producing flavorful berries. They are valued for their antioxidant-rich fruit and are a favorite in gardens.

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Miscanthus Sinensis

(Grass)

Tall decorative grass with feathery plumes. It's used for its architectural appeal and its ability to create privacy screens.

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★ Katsura

Cercidiphyllum

A deciduous tree appreciated for its heart-shaped leaves that turn vibrant shades of yellow, orange, or red in the fall. It also emits a unique sweet fragrance.

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Lavandula Angustifolia

(Multi)

Also known as English Lavender, this aromatic herb produces fragrant purple flowers and is used for its scent, culinary uses, and decorative value.

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Sage

Salvia Officinalis
Culinary herb with gray-green leaves and a strong flavor. It's also cultivated for its decorative qualities, attracting bees with its flowers.

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★ Japanese Maple

Acer Palmatum
A small deciduous tree with distinctive palm-shaped leaves, Japanese Maples are prized for their elegant appearance and vibrant fall colors.

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Euonymus

(Multi)

A genus of shrubs and vines with diverse foliage colors and patterns. Popular choices for hedges and decorative use in landscapes.

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Desert King Fig

Ficus Carica (Edible)

A fig tree variety with large, sweet fruit. The edible figs are enjoyed fresh and are used in various culinary applications.

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Carex Testacea

(Sedge)
An ornamental grass-like plant with distinctive orange-brown foliage. It adds texture and color to landscapes and is often used in modern garden designs.

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Blue Oat Grass

Helictotrichon Sempervirens (Grass)

Blue-gray foliage and oat-like flower spikes make this grass a popular choice for adding a touch of elegance to gardens.

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Flowering Dogwood

Cornus (Multi)
A group of flowering trees and shrubs known for their spring blossoms and attractive berries. They offer visual interest throughout the seasons.

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Salvia

(Multi)

A varied group of flowering plants, commonly known as sage. They come in different colors and sizes, attracting pollinators and adding color to gardens.

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★ Orange Rocket Barberry

Berberis Thunbergii
This variety of Barberry is chosen for its bright colorful foliage, adding visual interest to gardens.

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Ceanothus

(Multi)

Also known as California Lilac, Ceanothus is a group of evergreen shrubs with blue or white flower clusters. They attract pollinators and thrive in sunny locations.

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Brown Turkey Fig

Ficus Carica (Edible)

Another cultivar of the common fig, Brown Turkey Fig produces sweet, brownish-purple fruit that is commonly grown for its edible qualities.

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Mexican Feather Grass

Nassella Tenuissima (Grass)

Also known as Mexican Feather Grass, it features delicate, wispy foliage that sways gracefully in the wind, adding movement to gardens.

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Blue Fescue Grass

Festuca Glauca

A compact decorative grass with blue-green foliage. It's often used for borders, edging, or as an accent plant in gardens.

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Juniper

Juniperus (Multi)

A diverse genus of evergreen conifers, offering a wide range of sizes and forms. They are used for ground cover, topiary, and more.

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Rosemary

Salvia Rosmarinus

An aromatic herb with needle-like leaves. It's used in cooking and has decorative value due to its blue flowers and evergreen nature.

Exoitc | Shade

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Sarcococca

Buxales
Also known as Sweet Box, Sarcococca is a group of evergreen shrubs valued for their fragrant winter blooms and glossy foliage. They add scent and greenery to shaded areas.

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Viburnum

(Multi)
A diverse group of shrubs known for their fragrant flowers, berries, and colorful foliage. They serve various landscape purposes, from hedges to focal points.

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Japanese Forest Grass

Hakonechloa Macra (Grass)
A graceful grass with cascading foliage, valued for its texture and movement. It's often used in shaded areas.

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Azalea

Rhododendron

A subset of Rhododendron, Azaleas offer vibrant blooms in various colors. They thrive in acidic soil and are popular for their striking displays.

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Hydrangea

Hortensia

These flowering shrubs are prized for their large, colorful blooms that change based on soil pH. They're popular in gardens and as cut flowers.

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Dwarf English Laurel

Prunus Laurocerasus
A compact version of the English Laurel, this shrub features glossy leaves and is often used for hedging and foundation plantings.

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Oxalis

Also known as Wood Sorrel, Oxalis includes various species with clover-like leaves and delicate flowers. They're used for ground cover and accents.

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Camellia

(Multi)
Evergreen shrubs or small trees with glossy leaves and beautiful flowers that bloom in fall and winter. They're favored for their elegance and versatility.

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Pachysandra

Procumbens
A ground-covering plant with evergreen foliage. It's used to create low-maintenance, lush carpets of green in shaded areas.

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Black Mondo Grass

Ophiopogon Planiscapus (Grass)
A decorative grass with striking black leaves. It adds contrast and drama to gardens and borders.

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Rhododendron

(Multi)
A diverse genus of evergreen or deciduous shrubs known for their showy, colorful blooms. They're iconic choices for spring and summer gardens.

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Hosta

(Multi)
Shade-loving plants prized for their attractive foliage in various colors, shapes, and sizes. They're commonly used to brighten up shady areas in gardens.

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