Join us in celebrating all of Washingtons fabulous native plants. Although anytime is a great time to plant, observe and enjoy native plants, May 1st – May 7th 2011 is Native Plant Appreciation Week. Could there be a better time to order colorful, lush, and amazing native plants? We have a variety of shurbs and perennials just waiting for a loving home. Without the diversity and beauty we see in native plants our lives would not be the same! Call in your order today!
We currently have 2 & 5 gallon Thuja plicata ready to leave the nursery. We also have some 18-36" bare root Holodiscus discolor for a great deal!
It is estimated that 15-30% of total urban land area is comprised of rooftops. Wouldn’t it be great if this space could be turned into a force for cleaner water and air, energy savings, beauty, recreation and food? Throughout history “green roofs” have done just that. A “green roof” is the partial or complete covering of the roof structure with vegetation. A typical “green roof” consists of layers including vegetation, a growing medium, drainage, waterproofing membranes and occasionally root barriers. There are two types of green roofs, intensive and extensive. “Intensive” roofs can support a wider variety of plant species because they are thicker with a reasonable depth of soil…
Read more of our Green Roofs Information Sheet here.