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Arctostaphylos densiflora 'Howard McMinn' - Howard McMinn Manzanita
Arctostaphylos densiflora 'Howard McMinn' - Howard McMinn Manzanita

This is a sturdy, praisworthy manzanita, a great candidate for rock gardens or may even be pruned as a hedge if desired. 

Arctostaphylos manzanita - Common Manzanita
Arctostaphylos manzanita - Common Manzanita

This beautiful native, evergreen shrub is known and admired for its gnarled branches, dense-crowned picturesque form, rich purple-red smooth bark which checkers and peels every season, and its delicate-pink urn-shaped blossoms. A signature plant of our region, it deserves a specimen location.

Arctostaphylos uva ursi - Kinnikinnick, Pinemat Manzanita
Arctostaphylos uva ursi - Kinnikinnick, Pinemat Manzanita

Quite hardy, fast growing and has beautiful big red berries. We like to plant this where it can spread out and become a specimen in a native landscape, near rocks, trailing over a wall, associated with other dry site natives. 

Artemisia tridentata (Seriphidium tridentata) - Big Sagebrush
Artemisia tridentata (Seriphidium tridentata) - Big Sagebrush

A well-known native of our east side high desert, Sagebrush is well adapted to hot dry sites. Its silvery gray foliage is a good contrast to green-leafed plants. Use it with other drought tolerant species, massed, or as an unclipped screening hedge. 

Asarum caudatum - Wild Ginger
Asarum caudatum - Wild Ginger

Wild Ginger is an excellent native groundcover for a shady, moist, but well drained area. We use this with ferns, wild bleeding heart, vancouveria and other native shade-lovers for really pleasing combinations.

Carbon Sequestration Credit
Carbon Sequestration Credit

Want to contribute to the sequestration of carbon? Purchase one (or many more!) of our carbon sequestration credits to provide your support! Every time you purchase a credit, 99 cents is donated towards the planting of a tree in any one of our multiple local riparian restoration jobs.

 

 

Ceanothus gloriosus - Point Reyes Ceanothus
Ceanothus gloriosus - Point Reyes Ceanothus

This gorgeous little beauty is a wonderful broadleaf evergreen ground cover endemic to coastal California, where it grows in seaside bluffs and on slopes of coastal mountains. These are commonly used in gardens and native plant landscapes, in beach sand, or in the back of a perennial bed.

Compost
Compost

 This stuff will grow outrageous plants, be it vegetables in containers, raised beds or in the ground. You will not be dissappointed. Bulk quantities, available for local pickup, or delivery with 10 yard minimum.

Cotoneaster dammeri v. Striebs Findling - Striebs Findling
Cotoneaster dammeri v. Striebs Findling - Striebs Findling

A flat-growing form that hugs the ground, molds itself around rocks, Striebs Findling is one of those plants you just can't ignore. Shiny evergreen foliage is fresh-looking all year. Large, for the size of the rest of the plant, white flowers are followed by bright red berries.

Garrya elliptica - Coast Silktassel
Garrya elliptica - Coast Silktassel

Wavy-leaf Silk Tassle is a familiar native species here in Southern Oregon, and because of its hearty foliage and long, elegant catkins, is a unique and pleasing ornamental specimen.

Garrya fremontii - Fremonts Silktassel
Garrya fremontii - Fremonts Silktassel

Use this popular native shrub in an informal hedge, among other natives at the edge of a woodland, or on a hillside hard to water. Branches are good for floral arrangements. Birds eat its fruits only when hungry! but welcome its shelter in the winter.

Mahonia aquifolium - Oregon Grape
Mahonia aquifolium - Oregon Grape

Bright yellow flowers, bronzy new growth of stout evergreen foliage, attractive dark blue berries in summer, and colorful, red-purple tones in winter---what more could you ask! Add drought tolerance (once established) and good wildlife habitat, and you've got an 'ultimate' plant! A native, it adapts well to many situations. 

Mahonia repens - Creeping Oregon Grape
Mahonia repens - Creeping Oregon Grape

This evergreen native spreads slowly, isn't invasive, and is a good plant for use under large shrubs or trees. It should be included in a native woodland, and is an appealing foundation plant. 

Polystichum munitum - Sword Fern
Polystichum munitum - Sword Fern

What would a damp woodland be without Sword Fern?! Fortunately for gardeners, this is easy to plant and grow. The uncurling fiddle-heads signal spring, and the developed fronds add structure and texture. 

Rhamnus tomentella - Hoary Coffeeberry, Mountain Coffeeberry
Rhamnus tomentella - Hoary Coffeeberry, Mountain Coffeeberry

Silvery blue-gray tomentose leaves set this broadleaf evergreen shrub apart. Sure to catch the eye, choose this shrub to add a tinge of fresh cool color to your landscape and to attract birds. 

 

Thymus praecox Minus - Minus Creeping Thyme
Thymus praecox Minus - Minus Creeping Thyme

This miniature thyme with medium-green leaves is gorgeous in a rock garden or along a walk, making dense, solid mats 1-16in. across. The leaves are so tiny, it looks a bit like moss, so you might plant it in areas that get too much sun for moss but where a moss would look good. 

Vaccinium ovatum - Evergreen Huckleberry
Vaccinium ovatum - Evergreen Huckleberry

This broadleaf evergreen shrub is native to Pacific coast forests and is popular amongst animals and humans. Glossy green leaves contrast against tiny white-pink flowers that yield tasty purple-black berries. Great for a hedge or backdrop in the shade. 

 

Wood Chips
Wood Chips