Native Plants

Whether you are trying to incorporate more native plants into your garden or you are completing a native plant restoration project, we can help!

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 acreage.

Selection of Natives Typically Available

Trees and Shrubs

Acer circinatum- Vine Maple
Acer macrophyllum- Bigleaf Maple
Cornus sericea- Red Twig Dogwood or Red Osier DogwoodCrataegus douglasii- Douglas or Black Hawthorne
Fraxinus latifolia- Oregon Ash
Holodiscus discolor- Oceanspray
Lonicera involucrata- Twinberry
Mahonia aquifolium- Tall Oregon Grape
Oemleria cerasiformis- Indian Plum
Philadelphus lewisii- Wild Mock Orange
Physocarous capitatus- Pacific Ninebark
Picea stichensis- Sitka Spruce
Pinus contorta- Shore Pine
Prunus emarginata- Bitter Cherry
Pseudotsuga menziesii- Douglas Fir
Ribes sanguinium- Red-Flowering Currant
Rosa gymnocarpa- Bald-hip Rose
Rosa nutkana- Nootka Rose
Rubus spectabilis- Salmonberry
Salix lasiandra spp. lucida- Pacific Willow
Salix hookeriana- Hooker’s Willow
Salix stichensis- Sitka Willow
Sambucus racemosa- Red Elderberry
Spirea douglasii- Western Spirea or Hardhack
Symphoricarpus albus- Common Snowberry
Thuja plicata- Western Red Cedar
Tsuga heterophylla- Western Hemlock
Vaccinium ovatum- Evergreen Huckleberry
Viburnum trilobum- American Cranberry Bush

Groundcover, Grasses, and Ferns

Arctostaphylos uva-ursi- Kinnikinnik
Asarum caudatum- Wild Ginger
Athyrium felix-femina- Lady Fern
Blechnum spicant- Deer Fern
Carex obnupta- Slough Sedge
Dicentra formosa- Western Bleeding Heart
Festuca idahoensis- Roemer’s Fescue
Fragaria vesca- Woodland Strawberry
Gaultheria shallon- Salal
Gymnocarpium Dryopteris- Northern Oak Fern
Mahonia nervosa- Low Oregon Grape
Mahonia repens- Creeping Oregon Grape
Polystichum munitum- Sword Fern

Environmental Stewardship

We were awarded "Merit Farm" status in 2013 by the Snohomish Conservation District in cooperation with the Washington State Department of Ecology.

Sustainable Growing

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.