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  • BITTER CHERRY (Prunus emarginata)
    Grows as a shrub or small tree anywhere from 2-15meters tall. Grows well in moist forests, along streams and as a pioneer on cleared land. Bright red berries attract wildlife and attractive reddish/brown bark makes a nice native landscaping tree.
     
    Price: $12.00
     
  • BLACK TWINBERRY (Lonicera involucrata)
    Twinberry is a relative of the honeysuckle, but grows as a shrub to ten feet.
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  • CASCARA (Frangula [Rhamnus] purshiana)
    Attractive in all seasons, Cascara's leaves look similar to a dogwood and are bright green in spring, turning dark & glossy in summer and yellow fall foliage. Grows well in a woodland garden. Blooms May - June with fruits ripening Aug - Sept. Deer browse leaves occasionally, berries attract birds & small mammals. Prefers shady, rich humusy soils & wetlands. 
    Price: $12.00
     
  • DOUGLAS FIR (Pseudotsuga menziesii)
    A rapid grower, Doug fir prefers full sun and well-drained soils. Once established, it can grow two to four feet per year and reach heights of 200 to 300 feet as old growth. It provides excellent shelter for birds and wildlife, and won’t suffer from deer browse. Because it tends to drop branches in heavy winds, it should not be planted near homes or buildings.
     
    Price: $12.00
     
  • DOUGLAS HAWTHORN (Crataegus douglasii)
    Grows to 20-45 feet. Douglas Hawthorn is a versative, attractive landscape tree that blooms in May-June and fruits July -  August. Provides cover and food for native wildlife. Fruit is consumed by birds such as Cedar Waxwings. Thorns about 3cm long. Grows in moist sites, open areas, forest edges, and can also tolerate drier sites.
    Price: $12.00
     
  • DOUGLAS MAPLE (Acer douglasii)
    This attractive small tree grows up to 30ft, usually multi stemmed. Douglas Maple will withstand drier, more open sites and colder temperatures than Vine Maple. Can grow in wetlands and non-wetlands alike. Beautiful fall foliage ranges from yellow to orange and crimson. Grosbeaks and small mammals eat the seeds.
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  • GARRY OAK (Quercus garryana)
    Heavy limbed tree growing up to 25m tall loves full sun. Grows well on dry, rocky slopes or bluffs, sometimes on deep, rich well drained soil at low elevations. Great addition to pastures and properties on Maury Island.
    Price: $12.00
     
  • GRAND FIR (Abies grandis)
    Common in moist forests in stream bottoms and valleys, and can grow in a variety of soil types.
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  • INDIAN PLUM (Oemalaria cerasiformis)
    Indian Plum ushers in spring with cheerful, greenish white flower clusters and lance-shaped bright green leaves. Grows up to 20ft – best in an open woodland garden - usually in non-wetland sites. Thrives in the shade of alders and maple. Small, edible stone fruits look like tiny plums and attract native birds and mammals alike. Pollinated by hummingbirds, butterflies, and native bees.
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  • NOOTKA ROSE (Rosa nutkana)
    This is the small, pink wild rose that you see at the edge of the beach in places like Fern Cove.
    Price: $12.00
     
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