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Go Natives! Nursery is a small retail native plant nursery in Richmond Beach, north of Seattle in Shoreline. We offer more than 170 species of native plants from local growers throughout the Pacific Northwest. Our plants are ideal for rain gardens, creating backyard wildlife habitat, and residential landscaping. Go Natives! Nursery can also broker plant orders for large projects like commercial landscaping and restoration sites.  Our Inventory was updated April 7, 2015.  Ask – we can help you find plants!

EARLY SPRING  HOURS:  We are now open on Mondays and Saturdays and many Fridays in April, but we are always available for appointments, with best days being on Mondays and Fridays. Email gonatives@gmail.com or call 206-799-1749 to make an appointment.   Here is the schedule for April and May:

Nursery Hours

Friday April 24th (today!) Richmond Beach Nursery is also open 11am-2pm

Saturday April 25th Richmond Beach Nursery open 11am to 3pm

Monday April 27th Richmond Beach Nursery open 11am to 3pm

Thursday April 30 Richmond Beach Nursery open 11am to 2pm

Friday May 1st Richmond Beach Nursery open 11am to 2pm

Saturday May 2nd Richmond Beach Nursery open 11am to 2pm

Monday May 4th Richmond Beach Nursery open 11am to 3pm

Friday May 8th Richmond Beach Nursery open 11am to 3pm

Saturday May 9th Richmond Beach Nursery open 10am to 3pm

Monday May 11th “Post Mother’s Day Sale ” Richmond Beach Nursery open 10am to 3pm 

 

Visit the Sales & Events page for details on April and May sales

Our Plants

Viola glabella flower -by R. Barnhill

Viola glabella by R. Barnhill

Go Natives! Nursery offers more than 170 species of native plants from the Pacific NW!  Our inventory includes a wide variety of rain-garden plants like Juncus effusus, Kelsey dogwood, Carex obnuptaEleocharis palustris, and many others such as skunk cabbage, nodding onion and Myrica gale. 

We believe in plants that are ready for the real world. Plants that are propagated or potted at our nursery are given low amounts of organic fertilizer, mycorrhizal fungi for healthy root systems and appropriate soil mixes. We practice integrated pest management and don’t rely on  chemical treatments that weaken the plant’s natural ability to cope with natural stressors. We use non-chlorinated water.

Go Natives! Nursery works with wholesalers from Portland to British Columbia, ferreting out small mom and pop operations that are providing quality product with high “in the ground” survival, at excellent prices.  Our newest supplier is Walla Walla Nursery for some grasses!

Take a look at our inventory for quantities and pricing.salmonberry flower -by R. Barnhill It’s best to confirm what’s in stock prior to ordering as sometimes things move too fast for us to keep it updated. For large projects, Go Natives! Nursery brokers larger orders than are shown in our inventory. To discuss your project, contact Don Norman at don@gonativesnursery.com.

Visiting the Nursery  by appointment:  To visit and buy plants outside of our public hours, please make an appointment by sending an email to gonatives@gmail.com. The nursery is located in Richmond Beach at 2112 NW 199th St.

If you can, send a list of what you would like to pick up to gonatives@gmail.com  and we can pull the plants ahead of time and have them ready for you to pick up.  Don and his truck are available to help get plants to your place. We offer a consultation with help on a plan, with delivery and placement of plants for $75.

Don has been working with Cari Simson of Urban Systems Design on a Lower Duwamish Opportunity Fund tree canopy project for the past 3 months and we have delivered over 150 trees to over 50 homes in the Georgetown and South Park neighborhoods.  The project will re-start in the fall with a goal of 250 trees.

Don is now helping manage a bird project back down in Louisiana (they keep calling me!) and will be be back and forth until the project manager is settled in.  So please be a little patient as there are a lot of shortages of plants this year and Don may not be available to run around and help!