Large trees

Sitka Spruce

Port Orford Cedar

Western Hemlock

Shore Pine

Western redcedar

Vine Maple 

Cascara

Pacific crabapple

Wax Myrtle

Hookers Willow

Type: Large evergreen conifer

Current height: 1-3 ft

Light required: Sun or shade

Water needs: medium

Bloom time: cones

Uses: Wildlife forage, medicinal Mature height: 200-330 ft  (100 ft  per century)

Sitka Spruce

Piscea sitchensis

Type: Large evergreen conifer

Current height: 1-2 feet

Maturity: 200-250 feet

Light required: Sun or shade

Water needs: medium

Bloom time: cones

Uses: Wildlife forage, medicinal

Mature height: 40-220 ft

Port Orford Cedar

Chamaecyparis

lawsoniana

Western Hemlock

Tsuga heterophylla

Type:  Evergreen conifer

Height:  120-200 ft

Light required: Part shade/Shade

Water needs: moist

Bloom time: cones

Uses: hedges, wildlife

Shore Pine

Pinus contorta

Type: Evergreen conifer

Height:  30-60 ft

Light required:  Sun/ Part shade

Water needs: moisture

Bloom time: cones

Uses: birds favor nutritious, oily seeds, butterfly basking,  habitat

Western Red Cedar

Thuja plicata 

Type: Evergreen conifer

Height: 120-150 ft

Light required:                                      Water needs: moisture

Bloom time: cones

Uses: Butterfly basking, wildlife browse, habitat

LARGE 

Sitka Spruce

Port Orford Cedar

Western Hemlock

Shorepine

Coastal Redwood

Western Red Cedar

SMALL

Cascara

Vine Maple

Pacific Crabapple

Hookers Willow

Wax Myrtle

 

 

Small Trees

Vine maple                       Acer circinatum

Type: Deciduous

Height:  6- 20 ft

Light required: Part sun-part shade

Bloom time: April- May

Bloom color:  white- pink

Uses: Pollinator, wildlife, hedgerow

Cascara                     Rhamnus purshiana

Type: Deciduous

Height:  15-30 feet

Light required: Part shade- shade

Bloom time: May

Bloom color: white

Uses: Bees, hummers, birds eat berries, shady hedgerows

Pacific crabapple

Malus fusca

Type: Deciduous

Height: 15-30 ft

Light required: Sun- part shade

Bloom time: March- April

Bloom color: White

Uses: Pollinator, wildlife, bird habitat

Wax Myrtle

Myrica californica

Type: Evergreen

Height:  15-30 feet

Light required: Sun - shade

Bloom time: Nutlets

Uses: Birds eat nutlets, hedgerows,

provides wildlife nesting and cover

Hooker's willow

Salix hookeriana

Type: Deciduous

Height:  15-30 feet

Light required: Sun - Part shade

Bloom time: February-March

Bloom color: gray

Uses: Bees, pollinators, hedgerows, nesting sites, wildlife browse

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