Native plants have evolved to grow in the soils, topography, and climate of western Washington. This gives them decided advantages, including being more resistant to pests and able to withstand the wet winters and dry summers. Uses for natives include naturescaping (low-water requirement landscapes), wildlife enhancement, erosion control, and beautification. Check out the links below for additional information.
Bareroot Plants Fact Sheet (Adobe Acrobat PDF)
Native Plant Nurseries Fact Sheet (Adobe Acrobat PDF)
KCD Native Plant Descriptions Fact Sheet (Adobe Acrobat PDF)
Hardwood Stakes Fact Sheet (Adobe Acrobat PDF)