Over 1,000 Varieties of Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Edibles & Selected Perennials
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A Word of Caution! Our inventory is a moving target. It is large and it changes daily, even hourly. We've listed by botanical name, the varieties of plants that we usually stock. Please contact us to find out if we have or can get the specific plant you desire.
We Locate Hard to Find Plants We love plants and are always looking for new, unusual, rare and cool plants that do well in our climate. USDA zone 7 with an occasional drop to zone 6, often windy, wetter and 5-10 degrees colder in the winter and warmer in the summer than Seattle. Our native soil is river bottom clay and we are prone to high ground water in the winter, some years it even floods! We don't have a "sissy greenhouse" we only raise "John Wayne plants" that can winter outdoors in pots.
If you don't see your plant in our lists, but you think it meets the above criteria, use the email form at the right or call us to see if we can locate the plant or refer you to another nursery that may have the plant.
Plants are Only Available at the Nursery or Garden Shows We are not in the mail order business. Most of our plants are too large for mail order and your cost of mail order plants is greatly increased by shipping charges. If you are not lucky enough to visit us and choose your plant, see the Links and Resources page for directories of other nurseries.
Wide selection of Plants
We have lots of plants that you can enjoy for their beauty and food production.
Click on the links to the right to download lists of edible landscape plants.
Flowering and Shade Trees - Maples (Acer), Beech (Fagus), Golden Chain (Laburnum), Tulip trees (Liriodendron), Magnolias, Crabapples (Malus), Cherries and Plums (Prunus), Oaks (Quercus), Locust (Robinia), Snowbell trees (Styrax) and many more.
Heaths and Heathers (Calluna and Erica)
Peonies - herbasceous, tree (suffruticosa and lutea) and the new Itoh hybrid intesectional crosses.
Vines - Wisteria, clematis, ornamental grapes (vitis), honeyscuckle (loniciera), pink Jasmine, porcelain vine (ampelopsis) and more.
Friendly Natives – Plants native to the Western US: Grand Fir (Abies grandis), Alpine Fir (Abies lasiocarpa), Vine maples (Acer circinatum), Weeping Alaska Cedar (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis), Oregon Grape (Mahonia), Blue spruce (Picea pungens), Shore Pine (Pinus contorta), Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii), Garry Oak (Querus garryana), Coast Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens), Giant Redwood (Sequoiadendron giganteum), Western and Mountain Hemlocks (Tsuga heterophylla and mertensiana), Western Red Cedar (Thuja plicata) Evergreen huckleberry (Vaccinium ovatum) and lots more.
Rare Unusual and Collector's Plants - Araucaria or Monkey Puzzle trees, Aralia or Angelica tree, Beauty Berry (Callicarpa), Katsura (Cercidiphyllum) Fringe Tree (Chionanthus), Corokia cotoneaster, Winter Hazel (Corylopsis), Japanese Cedars many varieties (Cryptomeria japonica) Dove tree (Davidia), Disanthus cercidifolius, Chilean Fire tree (Embothrium), Enkinanthus, Silberlocke Korean Fir (Abies Koreana), Algerian and Spanish Firs (Abies numidica and pinsapo), Fothergilla, Franklinia, Fremontodendron or Flannel Bush, Witch Hazel (Hamamelis), Mountain Laurel (Kalmia) Black gum and Chinese Gum (Nyssa sylvatica and sinensis), Sourwood tree (Oxydendrum arboreum) Persian Ironwood (Parrotia persica), Empress tree (Paulownia), Chinese pistachio (Pistacia chinensis), 'Flying Dragon'hardy orange (Poncirus trifoliata), Sassafras, Umbrella pines (Sciadopitys verticillata), Stewartias (4 kinds) and all kinds of wonderful lush ferns just to drop a few names.
Sekkan Sugi and Beauty Berry
Chilean Fire Tree
Sonoma Dove tree
'Red Dragon' Persicaria
Plant Inventory as of December, 2012
The document to the right lists many of the plants we have inventoried at the nursery. It is sorted by botanical name and is 26 pages in a pdf format. It may take awhile to download.
If you're looking for something specific or have limited download space, the inventory is also available in four separate sections further down on this page.
This is not a complete list of our plants. We love plants and there are lots more plants in various sizes to see at the nursery. We add new plants regularly and we'll do our best to find your plant if we don't already have it.
This list shows plants in the nursery during 2011; plants that are sold out or no longer available have strikethrough (a dashed line) through the listing.
Please contact us if you see something you want, we'll check to see if it is still available.
And please, pretty please - ask if you don't see what you want, we'll try to help.
You can call us or email us or fax us.
If the botanical names are too confusing, or the document doesn't download properly, call or email.
This section is being updated. Check back for updates soon.
Look Through Our Plant Lists Click on an alphabeticlal group to view plants by botanical name.
Botanical names begining with Abelia through Buxus; pages 1-7
Botanical names Callicarpa through Fraxinus; pages 1-6
Botanical names begining with Gaultheria through Pieris; pages 1-7
Botanical names Pinus through Zauschneria; pages 1-7.