Brassica rapa var. chinensis
This organic white-stemmed pac choi is our best performer in the early spring. Harvest early for baby boc choi or allow it to mature for taller, heavy, full-size heads. With a mild, succulent flavor this pac choi is very good stir-fried. Organic F1 hybrid maturing in 50 days.
Hardy spring vegetable starts in …
Round clusters of white flowers cover long arching branches from late spring to early summer. Showy pinkish-brown seed heads remain on the plant through the summer, and attractive peeling bark adds winter interest. Pacific Ninebark has a dense root system and is a great choice for …
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Relatively fast-growing tree has bark that ranges from coppery, to white and peeling in older trees. This 50-75 ft. single- or multi-trunked tree has attractive yellow fall foliage. Tolerates well-drained to boggy soil. Aphids can be attracted to birch, so avoid planting near patios or cars.
- Mature height: 50′ to 90′
- Mature …
Quaking Aspen is the most widely distributed tree across North America. This striking tree is known for its fluttering leaves, white bark and yellow fall color. It occurs in a variety of soil conditions, and is a great restoration species that is best planted away from structures and drain fields to avoid damage from its aggressive roots. …
Kolibri spinach is a semi-savoy with medium-dark green leaves. It offers fast regrowth for multiple harvests during the spring. This variety has high resistance to downy mildew – perfect for our wet spring weather. This F1 hybrid matures in 30 days and has good bolt resistance.
Hardy spring vegetable starts in large 6-packs priced at $6.00 …
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 …
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Giant Sequoia, known as the world’s largest tree, is native to the western Sierra Nevada in California. It is fast growing, pyramidal and dense. This makes it a great screen or specimen tree in large spaces. It prefers sun and moist well-drained soil and is excellent habitat for squirrels, sparrows, finches and …
Grand Fir has a full symmetrical shape when young, which makes it a good choice for Christmas trees or as an attractive addition to the landscape. It is also useful for wildlife habitat, restoration or timber. Grand Fir establishes fairly quickly in moist partly shaded sites, but will grow best in full sun after a couple of …
Incense Cedar has a pyramidal shape and works well as a privacy screen or windbreak. Native to northern California and Oregon, it is adaptable to a range of soil and light conditions and grows quickly once established. The bright to dark green foliage has a pleasant cedar-like fragrance.
- Mature height: 100′ to 150′
- Mature width: 15′ to 20′
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This attractive symmetrical tree with tiered branches and upright cones makes a lovely Christmas tree or stately landscape feature. Noble Fir is a worthwhile addition to a habitat landscape. Except for being sensitive to wind, it thrives in a variety of conditions as long as there is good drainage and adequate moisture.
- Mature height: 90′ to 200′
- Mature …
Pacific NW Variety
This mix of native and non-native species is well adapted to the Pacific Northwest. A vibrant blend of twenty-four annuals, biennials and perennials will add a bright spot of color to your garden and provide forage for bees and other beneficial insects. Species include Clarkia, …
Blooms that range from dark to light pink and sometimes white cover this plant from March to June, making it one of the showiest native shrubs. Excellent in a hedgerow, Red Flowering Currant is attractive to hummingbirds and other pollinators. Useful as a landscape feature and …
Small white flowers in flat-top clusters bloom from late spring to early summer. Whitish berries, red tinged autumn foliage and bright red bark provide striking fall and winter interest. Plant in the sun and cut back hard in late winter or early spring to encourage the …
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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 …
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 …
Fragrant bright yellow flowers bloom from early to late spring. The showy clusters of bluish-black berries which follow resemble clusters of grapes and are attractive to birds. The prickly foliage, which remains on the plant throughout the year, takes on a reddish tinge in winter. Tall …
Tiny red and white flower clusters bloom from early spring to early summer on this vase-shaped multi-trunk shrub or small tree. Appreciated for its vivid red, orange and yellow autumn foliage, Vine Maple is lovely as a landscape feature or in a large rain garden. Its …
Fragrant white flowers bloom from spring to early summer and are followed by deep purple fruits that are attractive to birds. The blue-green foliage turns bright red and yellow in the fall. This shrub is a good addition to a hedgerow or landscape area, as well …
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