Resilient small to large shrub with dark blue-black clusters of blueberry-sized fruits. Incredibly nutrient dense, with high levels of antioxidants and vitamin C. Makes delicious juice, syrup, and jam. Very easy to grow, can thrive with minimal care in a wide range of soils. Beautiful white flowers in spring with showy orange/red leaves in fall. Can grow up to 8’ tall but easy pruned.
Easy to grow, great multipurpose plants for hedgerows, wildlife plantings, and gardens. Fragrant flowers can be made into tea or fried and eaten as fritters. Dark purple/black clusters of berries are antiviral and can be eaten fresh or made into juice, wine, and other preserves. Can grow 15-20’ tall but easily pruned. A selection from Friends of the Trees Society.
Delicious, tart, plump red berries packed full with antioxidants! Tolerates a wide-range of soil types and can thrive in partial shade. Easy to grow. Another selection from Friends of the Trees Society.
Morus alba tatarica
A great economical plant for hedgerows, livestock, and wildlife plantings. Because these are not grafted, seedlings will either be female or male. Females will produce smaller variable fruit than grafted varieties that can be white, red, or black. Males are non-fruiting. Can be grown as a tree or shrub. Easy to prune. Planting at least 3 is recommended to increase your chance of having a female tree.
PACIFIC CRAB APPLE
Our only native apple. This is a great native plant for wildlife and hedge plantings. Tolerant of shade and wet soils, easy to grow as a shrub or tree. Beautiful white blossoms in spring. Bountiful tiny apples that persist on the tree in fall. You can also use this as a rootstock for cultivated apple varieties!
DESERT KING FIG
Our most reliable fig for the Pacific Northwest. Produces large yellow-green figs with juicy pink flesh. Ripens mid-summer. Will produce one crop each year from the previous season’s growth, so don't prune more than half of that growth when pruning. One of the easiest fruits to grow, plus the deer don’t like them!