Pacific Northwest Native Trees

We offer a wide range of trees and sizes from seedlings to large landscape sizes

Click on the links below for more information on our native trees and growing requirements.

Abies grandis (Grand Fir) - Large evergreen conifer with deep green flat needles.  Often planted as a Christmas tree

Abies procera (Noble Fir) - Large evergreen commonly used as Christmas trees.  Horizontal branches have blue green needles

Acer glabrum (Mountain Maple) - Small tree or shrub.  Yellow fall color and red tinted twigs add year round interest.

Acer macrophyllum (Big Leaf Maple) - Large maple with huge oversized leaves.  Great shade and wildlife tree.

Alnus rhombifolia (White Alder) - Rare native to the Willamette Valley.  Wonderful tree for moist areas with great soil binding qualities.

Alnus rubra (Red Alder) - Moisture loving deciduous tree.  Great soil binding qualities for erosion control.  Excellent nitrogen fixing capabilites.

Arbutus menziesii (Pacific Madrone) - Graceful tree with wonderful evergreen foliage and interesting peeling bark.  Birds love the fall berries.

Calocedrus decurrens (Incense Cedar) - Tall evergreen that prefers drier sites than Western Red Cedar.  Sweeping branches and shaggy bark add interest.

Cornus nuttallii (Pacific Dogwood) - Beautiful large white blooms in the spring with deep green leaves.  Birds love the bright red fruit.  A true beauty.

Fraxinus latifolia (Oregon Ash) - Large tree that prefers moist areas.  Does well with seasonal flooding.  Great tree for erosion control along streams.

Malus fusca (Pacific Crabapple) - Small tree with white blooms giving way to tiny yellowish to red apples.  Excellent wildlife tree attracting birds.

Picea sitchensis (Sitka Spruce) - Large evergreen that likes moist areas.  Provides shade and erosion control along streams.  Important wildlife tree.

Pinus contorta var. contorta (Shore Pine) - A great small pine for yards.  Rounded form and adaptable to many soil types.  Tolerates salt spray.

Pinus ponderosa (Willamette Valley Ponderosa Pine) - Willamette Valley seed source makes this large pine perfect for the wet winters of the "west side".

Populus balsamifera  (Black Cottonwood) - Tall tree preferring moist areas.  Great for stream bank and wetland habitats.

Populus tremuloides (Quaking Aspen) - Fast growing with white bark and heart shaped leaves that turn brilliant yellow in the fall.  Important wildlife tree.

Prunus emarginata (Bitter Cherry) - Small treee with white blooms turning to bright red cherries which are extremely bitter.  Attracts birds.

Prunus virginiana (Choke Cherry) - Small tree or shrub with clusters of white blooms in the spring.  Large clusters of bitter, red cherries follow.

Pseudotsunga menziesii (Douglas Fir) - Large evergreen tree common to our Northwest forests.  Very important timber tree.

Quercus garryana (Oregon White Oak) - Large stately tree of the open woodlands.  The acorns are a favorite food for many animals and birds.

Rhamnus purshiana (Cascara) - Small tree with oval leaves and small white flowers.  Berries favored by many birds.  The bark is a known laxative.

Thuja plicata (Western Red Cedar) - Tall evergreen that likes moisture. Graceful sweeping branches and shaggy bark add interest.

Tsuga heterophylla (Western Hemlock) - Tall fast growing evergreen that likes moist, well drained soil.  Weeping branch tips and short needles make this an interesting tree.

Tsuga mertensiana (Mountain Hemlock) - Very slow growing high elevation tree.  Often forms shrubby appearance.  Short silvery needles look great in landscapes.


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