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Sunshine! Everyone seems to be in full gear and planting like crazy. It also looks like spring is here to stay here in the Willamette Valley. Here are some of our favorite natives for planting this time of year:

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Featured Plants:

Sidalcea campestris—Checkermallow: One of our prettiest native wildflowers, with spires of delicate pink blossoms rising up to a whopping four or five feet above the mostly basal cluster of leaves. Full sun to light shade, moist to dry, but prefers soil that’s well draining. Blooms late spring through much of summer. Aquilegia formosa—Columbine: Plant this native perennial in full sun to part shade, with moist, well-drained soil, and stand back - the brilliant crimson and yellow flowers that rise up to three feet sometime in the late spring to early summer are not only beautiful but are also a magnet for hummingbirds and butterflies. Oemleria cerasiformis—Indian Plum: One of the earliest native shrubs to leaf out and bloom in the year, it is a native of the dappled-light understory of open coniferous forests – in other words, moisture is okay but it’s a great candidate for that drier spot under Doug Firs. Give them some room – they can grow to 15 feet and over half as wide. (Photo by Michael Wolf)
Please check our current availability and feel free to call us – we are available for questions any day of the week.
-Mike and Keli
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