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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.

 

 

Compost
Compost

Our Compost grows outrageous plants, be it vegetables in containers, raised beds or in the ground, Trees, or any planting needs! You will not be dissappointed. Bulk quantities, available for local pickup, or delivery with 10 yard minimum.

Dicentra Formosa - Western Bleeding Heart
Dicentra Formosa - Western Bleeding Heart

Hardy and reliable, the Western Bleeding Heart looks more fragile than it is. Not at all invasive, it will spread over time to cover an area. This is a favorite in combination with ferns, Wild Ginger, Twinflower, and Vancouveria or Sweet Woodruff.

Galium oreganum - Sweet Woodruff
Galium oreganum - Sweet Woodruff

Fresh and bright, Sweet Woodfruff has a sweet fragrance when in bloom. The dried stems are also mildly scented. the small flowers cover the plants in spring. This is mildly aggressive, but pulls easily if it goes beyond its bounds.

Heracleum maximum (H. lanatum) - Cow Parsnip
Heracleum maximum (H. lanatum) - Cow Parsnip

This popular North American native boasts quite a tall, stately presence as a biennial herb. It's tall, spreading habit allows it to reach up to 6 feet tall. It's large, lobed leaves and easily recognizable flower umbels make this a great choice for a border planting or riparian project.

Mimulus guttatus - Seep Monkeyflower
Mimulus guttatus - Seep Monkeyflower

This adorable herbaceous perennial loves to thrive in wet areas, and would look excellent planted next to a pond, stream, or fountain. Small yellow flowers add a sunny accent to the scene.

Wood Chips
Wood Chips