Spring Fling Plant Selections & Pricing

April 28, 2022

Start your dreamscape wishlists now! Our Plant Quantity Calculator can help. Plant selections are organized by plant type, then alphabetically. Read species descriptions here! Standard and wholesale pricing can be found below. Plants are priced by type and size. To qualify for wholesale pricing, purchase of 98 plants or more,…

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Spring Fling FAQ

March 26, 2022

SNP Spring Fling FAQ Please review our list of frequently asked questions below. If you don’t find your answer, submit a question by using the form at the bottom of this page.   When is the SNP Spring Fling? Sunday, May 1st, between 10am and 2pm.   Where is the…

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Rumor’s Out: Spring Fling Plant Sale & Celebration is on May Day, 2022!

March 26, 2022

Calling all native plant friends!   Rumor is out: if you haven’t heard already, let us be the first to tell you that Sound Native Plants is closing its nursery gates this spring, so that we can focus all of our energy on restoration field work.  We are excited to…

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SNP featured in Spokesman-Review

May 14, 2018

Sound Native Plants was featured along with several other Western Washington growers in a Spokesman-Review story on trends in the nursery trade. We took the opportunity to promote restoration of native species.

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King County cottonwood study

April 6, 2018

King County recently published a 2-year study evaluating the effects of spraying grass versus irrigating on cottonwood live stake survival in a sunny, sandy loam site. The thought-provoking study found no benefit from applying one gallon of water per plant 5-6 times per season, but the grass-spray treatment had a…

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SNP live stakes outperform others

November 9, 2015

According to a new study on willow live stake planting by King County, SNP’s wild harvested live stakes outperformed smaller, nursery-grown cuttings and had an astounding 99%  survival rate and 90% cover after 3-years, with absolutely no site preparation or maintenance. You can see the study summary here – in the study,…

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SNP no longer accepting used pots

July 1, 2015

For years we’ve accepted used pots from the community, and washed and reused them. Sadly, we must now discontinue this service, for two reasons. First, we have grown increasingly concerned about the role of nurseries in spreading potentially disastrous plant pathogens. For example, sudden oak death was introduced into the…

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Sound Native Plants featured in The Olympian

January 30, 2015

Casey Dehe of Sound Native Plants places seedlings in a former pasture in the Woodard Bay Natural Resource Conservation Area along Shincke Road north of Olympia on Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015. TONY OVERMAN — Staff photographer Read more here: http://www.theolympian.com/2015/01/28/3549795/face-of-woodard-bay-conservation.html

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Price Drop on Live Stakes

December 18, 2014

Nearly all species of live stakes have dropped in price: Scouler’s willow from $0.32/ft to only $0.25/ft Pacific willow from $0.34/ft to $0.28/ft Geyer willow only $0.38/ft Sitka & Hooker’s  $0.25/ft Cottonwood & R.O. Dogwood from $0.32/ft to only $0.28/ft Call us today for a quote on your next project!

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January 9, 2014

All 2 gallon species are currently $0.75 off each. This is your last chance to take advantage of our sale, so check out our availability to make sure you dont miss an opportunity!  

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