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  • Hardwood Trees and Shrubs

    Beaked Hazelnut

    Corylus cornuta

    Native Pollinator

    Flowering from mid-winter to early spring, Beaked Hazelnut has attractive drooping catkins that add winter interest before plants leaf out in the spring. The green roundish leaves turn a soft yellow in fall, and the shrub produces nuts that are a favorite of wildlife. The ascending …

  • Groundcovers and ferns

    Coastal Strawberry

    Fragaria chiloensis

    Native Pollinator

    White flowers in spring are followed by sparse strawberries in summer. This vigorous evergreen groundcover can easily fill in large open areas in a relatively short period of time, if watered and weeded the first three summers after planting.

    • Mature height: 3″ to 10″
    • Mature width: wide-spreading
    • Light …
  • Evergreen Trees

    Douglas Fir

    Pseudotsuga menziesii

    A pyramidal and densely branched conifer, Douglas Fir is useful for restoration and habitat enhancement. Commonly grown for lumber or as a Christmas tree crop, it is relatively fast growing at up to 2′ per year. Light shade will help in its establishment, but ultimately it will grow best in full sun.

    • Mature height: 120′ to 200′
    • Mature …
  • Groundcovers and ferns

    Kinnikinnick variety ‘Massachusetts’

    Arctostaphylos uva-ursi ‘Massachusetts’

    Native Pollinator

    Showy pinkish-tinged white flowers bloom from April to May on this low growing evergreen groundcover. A good choice for open areas with sandy soil, Kinnikinnick can be slow to establish. Plan to apply mulch and weed until plants fill in. Variety ‘Massachusetts’ has abundant flowers …

  • Hardwood Trees and Shrubs

    Nootka Rose

    Rosa nutkana

    Native Pollinator

    Showy and fragrant pink flowers appear from May to July and are followed by red hips from early fall through winter, attracting both pollinators and birds. This wide spreading, thicket-forming shrub is one of the easiest native shrubs to establish in tough conditions. It is an …

  • Evergreen Trees

    Shore Pine

    Pinus contorta

    Compact and rounded when young, Shore Pine grows into an open form with an interesting branch pattern. Useful as a specimen or in a large hedge, it can be pruned more easily than many conifers. Shore Pine tolerates salt spray and is often found growing on the coast. One of the easiest conifers to establish and fastest …

  • Evergreen Trees

    Sitka Spruce

    Picea sitchensis

    Roughly conical in shape, Sitka Spruce has very prickly bluish to yellowish-green needles. These sharp pointed needles were once thought to ward off evil thoughts. Sitka Spruce is a valuable habitat tree and landscape specimen. This important riparian species can grow quickly in the right conditions-along streams and in cool moist floodplain areas.

    • Mature height: 80′ to …
  • Hardwood Trees and Shrubs

    Snowberry

    Symphoricarpos albus

    Native Pollinator

    Small pink flower clusters in late spring to fall are followed by showier white berries that persist through the winter. Snowberry is attractive in fall and winter when planted next to any of the native roses. Very useful as both a restoration and landscape plant, snowberry …

  • Hardwood Trees and Shrubs

    Twinberry

    Lonicera involucrata

    Native Pollinator

    Pairs of yellow tubular flowers, that are attractive to hummingbirds and bees, bloom from mid-spring to late summer. Birds love the shiny black fruit that follows. This fast-growing shrubby honeysuckle with an arching shape would be at home in a large rain garden, a wet hedgerow …

  • Perennials

    Henderson’s Checkermallow

    Sildalcea hendersonii

    Native Pollinator

    Prolific deep pink flowers resembling hollyhocks bloom on tall stems from early to late summer. This charming perennial has a cottage garden quality, is attractive to native bees and is lovely in a rain garden.

    • Mature height: flowering stalks up to 5′
    • Mature width: 1′ to 2′
    • Light …