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Native Plants

Puget Sound Plants grows a large assortment of plants that are native to the Pacific Northwest climate. Our region has heavy rains, humidity and mild temperatures. All the plants on the list below are well adapted to our climate and most will tolerate soggy soil, shady conditions and other hallmarks of Washington.

These plants offer the benefits of attracting local pollinators, working well with native soils and providing habitat for wildlife. Native plants are not only beneficial to the landscape but they are incredibly easy to grow because they are well-adapted to the Northwest climate and the soil of the region. Natives offer an easy-going beauty as they grace the landscape and many Pacific Northwest plants are edible!

Please review the list below to see what common Northwest native plants we have available. Please call if you do not see the plant you want on this list, as we can often order it for you.

Please view our inventory for exact availability.

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Abies grandis Grand Fir
 
Abies lasiocarpa Alpine Fir
 
Abies lasiocarpa multi stem Alpine Fir
 
Acer circinatum Vine Maple
 
Acer glabrum Rocky Mountain Maple
 
Acer macrophyllum Big Leaf Maple
 
Achillea millefolium Common Yarrow
 
Achlys triphylla Vanilla Leaf
 
Allium cernuum Nodding Onion
 
Allium validum swamp onion
 
Alnus rubra Red Alder
 
Amelanchier alnifolia Saskatoon W.Serviceberry
 
Aquilegia formosa Western Columbine
 
Arbutus menziesii Pacific Madrone
 
Arbutus unedo Strawberry Tree
 
Asarum caudatum Wild Ginger
 
Aster subspicatus Douglas Aster
 
Betula papyrifera Paper Birch
 
Blechnum spicant Deer Fern
 
Calocedrus decurrens Incense Cedar
 
Camassia leichtlinii var. suksdorfii Great Camas
 
Camassia quamash Camass Bulb
 
Carex rostrata Beaked Sedge
 
Chamaecyparis nootkatensis Alaskan Yellow Cedar
 
Convallaria majalis Lily of the Valley
 
Cornus stolonifera Red Twig Dogwood
 
Corylus cornuta Western Hazelnut
 
Deschampsia cespitosa Tufted Hair Grass
 
Dicentra formosa Bleeding Heart
 
Elymus mollis American Dune Grass
 
Populus tremuloides Quaking Aspen
 
Populus tremuloides Multi-stem Muti-stem Aspen
 
Prunella vulgaris Self Heal
 
Prunus emarginata Bitter Cherry
 
Pseudotsuga menziesii Douglas Fir
 
Quercus garryana Oregon White Oak
 
Rhamnus purshiana “Cascara, Chittam Bark
 
Rhododendron macrophyllum Coast Rhododendron
 
Rhus glabra Smooth Sumac
 
Ribes sanguineum Red Flowering Currant
 
Rosa gymnocarpa Baldhip Rose/Wood Rose
 
Rosa nutkana Nootka Rose
 
Rosa pisocarpa Clustered Wild Rose/Swamp Rose
 
Rosa rugosa Rugosa Rose
 
Rosa woodsii Wood’s Rose
 
Rubus parviflorus Thimbleberry
 
Rubus spectabilis Salmonberry
 
Salix sitchensis Sitka Willow
 
Sambucus caerulea Blue Elderberry
 
Sambucus racemosa Red Elderberry
 
Sedum Oreganum Oregon Sedum
 
Sildacea malviflora Checker Mallow
 
Sisyrinchim idahoensis Idaho Eye Blue Grass
 
Sisyrinchium Californicum California yellow eyed grass
 
Smilacina racemosa False Solomon’s Seal
 
Soldago Canadensis Canada Goldenrod
 
Sorbus aucuparia Mountain Ash
 
Spiraea douglasii Western Spirea
 
Symphoricarpos albus Common Snowberry
 
Tellima grandiflora Fringe Cup
 
Thuja plicata Western Red Cedar
 
Tsuga heterophylla Western Hemlock
 
Tsuga mertensiana Mountain Hemlock
 
Tsuga mertensiana multi stem Mountain Hemlock
 
Vaccinium ovatum Evergreen Huckleberry
 
Vancouveria hexandra Vancouveria
 
Viburnum edule Squashberry viburnum
 
Viburnum trilobum Cranberry bush
 
Woodwardia fimbriata Giant Chain Fern