Native plants for the south coast  ecoregion of Oregon
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Pollinator friendly, native, no chemicals
Propagated locally, genetically appropriate
Locally sourced plant materials
Resilient, evolved in place with wildlife
Climate resilient, drought/ flood tolerant
We grow plants for here,
place-based horticulture!
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Showy Milkweed

$2 each or $20 for 12

To learn more about helping our 

Western Monarch and the Milkweed Corridor click on our Events page button above.

Springtime only offer!
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We carry the following natives:

PERENNIAL flowers

Early Blue Violet  Viola adunca   4 in  

Blue-Eyed Grass  3 inch

Showy Milkweed 3 inch 

Lupine bicolor  

 Lupine 

Coast Wallflower

Goldenrod         

Rose Checkermallow -band pot 

Oregon Sunshine   3 in, 45 in, 1 gal

Pearly Everlasting  3-4 inch bandpot

Douglas aster         4 inch band pot

Blanketflower     3 - 4 inch bandpot

Redwood Sorrel    4 inch bandpot

Cow clover       3 - 4 inch

Rudebeckia  -  4 inch

Seaside Fleabane   3-4 inch

Yarrow       4 inch band pot

Echinacea purpurea**    4 inch 

ANNUALS

Globe gilia        3 inch  

Meadowfoam     3 inch              

Clarkia amoena     3 inch        

Lacy Phacaelia   - by request

      

Prices: 3 inch $3,  4 inch $5

FLOWERING GROUNDCOVERS

Cow Clover     4 inch, 1 gal

Kinnikinnick     4 inch

Beach Strawberry   4 inch

Oregon Stonecrop (Sedum)  4 inch

Redwood Sorrel  - 4 inch

Self-Heal   - 4 inch

1 gal  $12,  2 gal $16,  3 gal $22

DECIDUOUS SHRUBS

Vine Maple    1 gal

Serviceberry   1 gal

Red Flowering Currant   I gal, 2 gal

Black Twinberry              1 gal

Red Osier Dogwood      1 gal, 2 gal

Oceanspray                     1 gal

Douglas spirea            1 gal, 2 gal

Mock orange    1 gal

Nootka rose     1 gal , 2 gal Thimbleberry      1 gal, 2 gal

Pink Honeysuckle  4 inch, 1 gal

EVERGREEN SHRUBS

Blue Blossom Ceanothus  2 gal

Wax Myrtle           2 gal, 5 gal

Black Huckleberry   4, inch,1 gal

(Vaccinium ovatum)

Kinnikinnick            4  inch

Salal                        4 inch, 1 gal

Low Oregon grape   1 gal

SMALL TREES

Pacific Crabapple       1 gal, 2 gal

Cascara buckthorn      1 gal

Vine Maple, small         1 gal

Wax Myrtle. small           3 gal  

Hookers Willow             1 gal

TREES

Red Cedar                   1 gal, 3 gal

Oregon Ash                 3 gal

Coastal Redwood         3 gal

Shore pine                  4 inch,  1 gal, 3 gal

Sitka Spruce          1 gal, 2 gal, 3 gal

NON-NATIVE PLANTS  Non-Invasive

Common Sage - blue flower  1 gal

Oregano      1 gal

Creeping Thyme

Forget-Me-Not

Big Leaf fuschia

  -Fuchsia paniculata    2 gal

 

Colorful sedums spp   4 inch

Native Pollinator Habitat Restoration

The pdf linked below is 50 pages of "how-to" restore a pollinator habitat. It's the nuts and bolts of it, you might say.
Native plants have lovely form and flowers which  make them beautiful.  Design will add in elements to create further beauty and function.
Consultation on native plants/plant communities: $35 / hour.                 Contact Darcy at info@stillwaternativesnursery.com

Gardens created in Bandon

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Pollinator garden at
US Fish & Wildlife office     
Bandon, Oregon
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Butterfly garden at
Harbor Lights Middle School
Bandon, Oregon

Pollinator Kits

Stillwater Natives puts together Pollinator Kits as an assembly of flowering plants in groupings with regard for available sun and water.  Grouping include 3 shrubs, 9 perennials, 5 groundcovers and a seed packet of annuals.  These plant communities are designed to support pollinators, thrive with minimal care year after year and remain compatible with other landscape plants. Cost per plants purchased as a kit is  reduced 15%.

Only available October 1st thru end of February .

About Us

 Nursery License# AG-L1061881NGH

    

The nursery is a small family operation just a few miles south of Bandon, Oregon. The science and appeal of native plants along with the great need for habitat restoration convinced us to open this business.  This is a small nursery with plants grown to meet specific local demands on the south coast.  Darcy Grahek has been gardening and landscaping with plants for over 35 years and has worked with mostly native plants since 2005.  We propagate from both seed and cuttings, taking care to vary our genetic pool.

Darcy is a certified Master Naturalist through the Oregon State University Extension Service and appreciates all the strong partnerships developed through service learning opportunities.  We are limiting our open days to just Saturdays during the year, although checking out the nursery by appointment is always an option.  We are here almost every day. 

Contact Darcy:

E-mail:   info@stillwaternativesnursery.com

Text or voice:     5412-260-2182

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