Sound Native Plants featured in The Olympian

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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Autumn Approaches The Northwest

As the leaves begin to turn and the days get shorter, we approach the best time of year to plant perennials. While the aboveground foliage is entering dormancy, the roots below are awakened and ready to colonize the surrounding soils. More rain means less irrigation is required. SNP is proud to be a host of…

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Working on a project for the fall?

The Sound Native Plants website is an incredible planning resource. Have you read our species selection guide? Or looked at our plant quantity calculator? Then look at our current availability, and feel free to contact us if you don't see what you are looking for. More plants become available as the summer progresses, and this…

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