Nursery Open Monday January 20th.
Welcome to Junuary. There will be some warm and wet days in the upcoming week, and a great time to get things started in your yard. We may get more cold weather – who cannot forget last February! We will be open on Monday.
We have started to receive bare roots: trailing blackberry and snowberry are in.
Inventory will be updated on January 18, 2020. Please feel free to ask us about plants you do not see! If the inventory is blank for a plant number in stock (#) but it says Available in the comment column, it means we can usually find these for you! We are often re-potting plants for the fall now, so buy them now overgrown in their pots for the smaller pot price! We have been receiving bare root perennials and bulbs from our wholesalers and now is a good time to plant them.
If you send us a list of what you would like to pick up at our nursery and we can pull the plants ahead of time and have them ready for you to pick up. We offer a consultation with help on a plan, with delivery and placement of plants for $75.
Go Natives! Nursery is a small retail native plant nursery in Richmond Beach, north of Seattle in Shoreline. Go Natives! Nursery started in 2004 as a weekend truck tailgate sale nursery operated by Don Norman. We now offer more than 170 species of native plants from throughout the Pacific Northwest. We grow out most of our plants from bare root and plugs, and scour wholesalers from the Willamette Valley to British Columbia for interesting plants. 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.
The nursery supports many local organizations and is especially interested in helping support backyard wildlife programs, rain garden programs like Soak it Up (city of Shoreline) and Rain Wise (City of Seattle), and homeowners required to replace trees or provide natives in critical areas. Don Norman is an ecoPro through the Washington State Nursery and Landscape Association (WSNLA) and can help with issues like steep slopes and wildlife planting.