Woody Shrub Species

Evergreen Huckleberry

Salal

Douglas spirea

Pacific Ninebark

Red Flowering Currant

Red Osier Dogwood

Mock Orange

Oceanspray

Black Twinberry

Low Oregon Grape

Nootka Rose

Evergreen Huckleberry

Vaccinium ovatum

Height: 2 -5 ft

Light Required: Sun-shade

Bloom Time: Feb-March

Bloom color: Pink/white

Fruits: September

Uses: Edible -bees and hummers, hedgerows

Salal

Gaultheria shallon

Height: 2- 5 feet

Light Required: Sun-shade

Bloom Time: March

Bloom Color: Pink/white

Uses: Bees and hummers, erosion control

Hardhack

Douglas spirea

Height: 2-8 feet

Light required: Sun - part sun

Bloom time: July-August

Bloom color:  Bright pink

Uses: Pollinator, riparian restoration, wildlife browse, hedgerows

Ninebark

Physocarpus capitata

Height: 3-9 feet

Light required: Part sun-part shade

Bloom time: April-May

Bloom color: White

Uses: Pollinator, beneficial insects, bird habitat, hedgerows

Red Flowering Currant

Ribes sanguineum

Height: 4-10 feet

Light required: Sun-part shade

Bloom time: March-April

Bloom color: Pink

Uses:  Hummingbirds, pollinators, beneficial insects, birds, hedgerows

Red Osier Dogwood

Cornus sericea

Mock Orange

Philadelphus lewisii

Oceanspray

Holodiscus discolor

Height: Full sun- part shade

Light required: Full sun- part shade

Bloom time: May- June

Bloom color: White

Uses: Pollinators, hummers, beneficial insects, riparian, hedgerows

Height: 4-8 feet

Light required: Full sun - part sun

Bloom time: May- June

Bloom color: White, yellow centers

Uses: Pollinators, beneficial insects, hedgerows, bird habitat

Height: 8-14 feet

Light required: Full sun- part shade

Bloom time: May- June

Bloom color: White or cream color

Uses: Bees, beneficial insects, hedgerows

Black Twinberry

Lonicera involucrata

Height: 5-10 ft

Light required: Sun/ shade

Bloom time: May

Bloom color: pink, yellow

Uses: pollinator, birds eat berries, hedgerows

 

Low Oregon Grape

Mahonia nervosa

 

Height: 1-2 ft

Light required: Part sun- shade 

Bloom time: March- April

Bloom color: Yellow

Berries are blue in August- September

Uses: Hummers, bees, birds, small mammals, browsed by deer

Excellent plant for dry shade

Nootka Rose                          Rosa nutkana

Height:  5-10  feet

Light required: Sun - part shade

Bloom time: May -June

Bloom color: Pink

Uses: Pollinators, beneficial insects, songbird habitat, hedgerows

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