Native Plant Resources and Sales
Native plants are species that originated or evolved in the soils, topography, and climate of western Washington, rather than being introduced to the landscape by humans. They are often grown from seeds collected in the wild and grown at elevations to match their destination.
Many organizations run their sales through pre-order only and the 2022 sales are complete; others are upcoming. ALL have websites filled with tips on choosing and planting native plants and trees.
- Whidbey Conservation District – pickup orders in February
- Snohomish Conservation District – pickup orders in March
- Salal Native Plant Garden – on the edge of Mt Vernon, plant sale pre-order opens April 19
- Koma Kulshan Chapter of WA Native Plant Society – Whatcom County, online store opens April 18
- Washington Native Plant Society – info on native plants statewide
- Plantas Nativa retail nursery – in Bellingham
Brenda Cunningham, Garden Manager of Salal Display Garden speaks Wed, April 20 at 7 pm via Zoom to explain the most readily available native plants for your garden, their values to wildlife and pollinators, and their tolerance for extreme weather events. She’ll discuss sources for buying native plants and a bit about how to propagate them on your own. For Zoom link, contact Camano Wildlife Habitat Project, www.camanowildlifehabitat.org, 360-387-2236, or firstname.lastname@example.org. A Zoom link will be emailed after registration. Camano Wildlife Habitat Project is sponsored by Friends of Camano Island Parks.