Whether you’re meadowscaping your urban yard, planting a splash of color in your cottage garden, or intermingling natives in your veggie patch for pollinators, you’re sure to find seed that suits your needs here. .
15 Top Native Plants of the Pacific Northwest
Traditional types have red and yellow flowers but watch for newer selections that bloom in shades of orange and rust. .
In the Pacific Northwest, we are fortunate to be home to a lush green environment with a wide variety of plant species, rich in color, texture and local history.Planting natives is the best place to start when the goal is restoring ecosystems, attracting wildlife and supporting pollinators.Northwest plants, animals, and insects have lived together for thousands of years, so it’s no surprise that our native critters prefer the familiar.Planting natives is the best place to start when the goal is restoring ecosystems, attracting wildlife, and supporting pollinators.Break up existing soil in an area as wide as possible, but dig holes only as deep as the root ball.You can check out our list of NW Native Plants that we often have on hand to get yourself started, and if you have any questions along the way, please don’t hesitate to reach out. .