Our Plants

 Forbs

Wildflowers

Flowers specific to  the ecoregion between the sea and the  Coast Range mountains.

Native shrubs

Flowering evergreen and deciduous shrubs between 3 and 15 feet tall are part of an intact and healthy ecosystem.

Native trees

Over 15 feet tall

Under 15 feet tall

Small native trees have flowers sought by pollinators and are excellent hedgerow  components.

Groundcovers, ferns & grasses

Groundcovers  provide pollinator flowers and prevent weed establishment.

Ferns provide  year around visual interest.

 

Forbs

Early Blue Violet  Viola adunca   4 in 

Blue-Eyed Grass  3 inch

Showy Milkweed

Narrow Leaf Milkweed 3 inch

Lupine bicolor    6 pack

Big leaf Lupine, purple             6 pack

Goldenrod         

Rose Checkermallow -band pot

Oregon sunshine   6 pack 3 in, 45 in, 1 gal

Pearly Everlasting  3-4 inch bandpot

Douglas aster         4 inch band pot, 1 gal

Blanketflower     3 - 4 inch bandpot

Redwood Sorrel    4 inch bandpot

Cow clover       3 - 4 inch

Rudebeckia, Brown Eyed Susans  -  4 inch

Seaside Fleabane   3-4 inch

Yarrow       4 inch band pot

Echinacea purpurea**    4 inch, 1 gal 

**North American native

SPRING ANNUALS

Douglas Meadowfoam
Farewell-to-Spring
Clarkia Winecup
Globe gilia

Perennials

Native shrubs

Evergreen

Black huckleberry

Salal

Ceanothus, blue blossom

Wax Myrtle

Deciduous

Douglas spirea

Pacific Ninebark

Red Flowering Currant

Red Osier Dogwood

Mock Orange

Oceanspray

Black Twinberry

Low Oregon Grape

Nootka Rose

Snowberry

Native trees

Cascara

Pacific crabapple

Serviceberry

Port Orford Cedar

Sitka Spruce

Shore Pine

Vine maple

Western Hemlock

Groundcovers

Beach Strawberry

Cow Clover

Kinnikinnick

Ferns

Deer fern

Lady fern

Western Sword fern

Grasses

(and grass-like species)

Tufted Hairgrass

California fescue

Juncus

 
Stillwater Natives Nursery        Bandon, Oregon
Growing plants for people and pollinators of the south coast