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Happy New Year from Native Grounds Nursery!

January started out bitterly cold and wintry, but temperatures have been moderating these last few days–an invitation and opportunity for some early-season planting! This is especially true for containerized trees and shrubs that like to have their roots settled in before spring.

We want to remind you that in addition to our wide selection of groundcovers, we are also a great source for your NW native tree and shrub needs. Here are a few native broadleaf evergreen shrubs that add structure, texture, and some winter color to your customer's landscape.

Click here to take a look at our current availability, and get a jump on the 2015 planting season!

Featured Plants:

Mahonia aquifolium—Tall Oregon Grape: Evergreen, upright, full sun to full shade. Fragrant yellow flowers attract hummingbirds; edible blue berries, reddish-purple color in fall and winter. Ceanothus thyrsiflorus—Blueblossom: Evergreen shrub or small tree to 15 feet. It will thrive in full sun or light shade with minimal water. Blue flowers attract bees. Ceanothus cuneatus—Buckbrush: Evergreen with fragrant white to bluish flowers. Fast grower to 6-8 feet. Full sun and well-drained soil. Attractive gray-green foliage.
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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