KCD offers a variety of native trees and shrubs for conservation purposes such as wildlife habitat, windbreaks, hedgerows, reforestation and stream enhancement. The plants are bareroot stock which means they do not come in pots or burlap bags, but are harvested from the field in winter when the plants are dormant and ready to be replanted. Bareroot plants are affordable, hardy, have well-developed roots, are easy to handle, transport and plant.

Order Pick-up and walk-up sale: Saturday, March 2, 2019
9:00am to 3:00pm
Location: King Conservation District, Renton, WA
Payment: Cash, Visa, Mastercard (sorry no checks)

For more information, contact Matt Maria at matt.maria@kingcd.org or 425-282-1900.

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Plants Available for Walk-up Sales (Sold in bundles of 5-10)

Beaked Hazelnut
Mock Orange
Red Osier Dogwood
Black Twinberry
Nodding Onion (10 plugs)
Salal (5 plugs)
Oregon Ash
Crabapple, Pacific
Oregon Iris (5 plugs)
Davidson’s Penstemon (5 plugs)
Oregon Stonecrop (One 4″ pot)
Sword Fern (5 plugs)

Elderberry, Blue
Pacific Ninebark
Tall Oregon Grape
Elderberry, Red
Pacific Rhododendron (10 plugs)
Indian Plum
Paper Birch
Vine Maple
Kinnikinnick (4″ pots)
Rain Barrel, 60 gallon
Western Hemlock
Low Oregon Grape (5 plugs)
Red Flowering Currant


Need tips on planting your bareroot plants?  Download KCD’s Bareroot Planting Fact Sheet.


For a list of local nurseries that carry native plants, download our Native Plant Nurseries Sheet, or visit these sites for additional listings:
King County’s Native plant nurseries in Washington State (external link)
Plant Native’s listing of nurseries for Washington State (external link)

Other Sources for More Information on Native Plants

Pierce Conservation District Plant Sale

Snohomish Conservation District Plant Sale

Research plants, view photos, and create plant lists on King County Go Native

Washington Native Plant Society


Plants Of The Pacific Northwest Coast by Jim Pojar and Andy MacKinnon

Landscaping for Wildlife in the Pacific Northwest and Living with Wildlife in the Pacific Northwest by Russell Link