Woods Creek Nursery specializes in unique and hard-to-find specimen trees, especially Japanese Maples, as well as evergreens, deciduous, flowering trees and natives.
Nursery main line: (360) 794.6823
Welcome to Monroe, Washington! We're a 40 year old wholesale nursery near Seattle, WA and open to the public. We can help you with your landscaping design ideas and native plant restorations. We have a large selection of shrubs and specimen trees on-site, well suited for use as large or small privacy barriers, hedges or screens.
Our selection of plants and specimen trees is unmatched by most nurseries in the Northwest. In total, we grow over 500 different types of plants, shrubs, hedges, and trees within our 25-acre nursery and arboretum. Many of the varieties we grow are native to the Northwest.
If you are setting up ground cover to stabilize a slope, looking for the perfect rock garden plant or shopping for an unusual specimen for that special spot, we've got what you need. Come on out and take a walk through our 37 greenhouses and arboretum.
Yes, we deliver to nurseries and for large orders!
We will begin standard delivery to nurseries and landscape contractors in Spring '17 for larger orders and unique tree purchases. Let's work together to get your specialty Japanese Maples, native species plants and specimen trees delivered where you need them.
Expand your offerings without growing your own inventory.
Woods Creek Nursery is now growing for many Puget Sound area nurseries that have reduced or stopped growing their own stock.
If you sell a wide variety of plants, but want to offer more, our huge selection gives you the chance to offer rare plants and unique varietals without the overhead of stocking and caring for them. And our super-low prices still give you room to maintain your profit margin.
Don't invest in new growing operations — we can grow your best-sellers for you. Leverage our fertile land and sustainable practices to keep your most popular plants in stock and ensure a yearly supply of stock without breaking any new ground.
Our one-call order fulfillment service saves you the time of calling around the Puget Sound to find the plants you need.
Over the past 40 years, we have established a comprehensive network of sustainable, horticulture-practicing growers. This network gives us access to the highest quality plants at the best prices, and you can rest assured that all plants we deliver will have been grown with the same commitment to the environment and plant health.
Make one call and let us fill your entire order, or let us grow your inventory for you! We work with retail nurseries and landscape designers and contractors.
Woods Creek Nursery is your growing, supply, and fulfillment partner.
We specialize in helping our customers with native plant restoration projects, and we have a number of native species available at the nursery.
Typically, if we don't have the exact plants you are interested in here on site, we can have them delivered from our growing-acerage. Allow 24 hours on a weekday, and sometimes minimums will apply.
We generally do not stock the numbers required for complete restorations at this location, so if you are planning a restoration project, it is always a good idea to contact us in advance of coming out to the nursery.
More about Woods Creek Wholesale Nursery
We were awarded "Merit Farm" status in 2013 by the Snohomish Conservation District in cooperation with the Washington State Department of Ecology.
Woods Creek Nursery uses Sustainable Horticulture practices. The quality of our plants is the result of our diligent stewardship of our soils and water over 40 years.
We don't spray. We weed by hand here. Our plants are not sitting in black pots on the concrete out in the hot sun. They are either grown in greenhouses or they are grown in our nutrient rich (non-chemical) soil.
High quality, not prices
If you're in Seattle, Bellevue, Renton, Kirkland, or other close-in suburbs, you'll likely have only shopped in city retail nurseries. Urban nursery prices are usually higher than Woods Creek's, often because of higher costs than here in rural Monroe.