Greetings, Pacific Northwest! Spring is just around the corner, and we’re proud to announce our season’s gift to the region - an exciting suite of native, edible plants for the Western gardener!
Hopefully you’re already preppin’ your beds, because gardening with native plants just got a whole lot tastier! We’ve carefully chosen over 60 resilient perennials for greatest edibility and landscape beauty, as well as natural low-maintenance, climate adaptability, ecological benefit, and ease of care. Peruse our awesome 2017 catalog using the “Shop” tab above!
Help us share these unique and underutilized indigenous plants by liking and following our FB page, telling your gardening friends, and signing up to receive our online catalog and periodic updates. Our nursery is based in Dexter, Oregon, but plant lovers throughout the West can mail-order native edibles right to their garden’s gate. Local customers can also visit us onsite by appointment.
Feel unsure about growing new plants? Or don’t have time to get your garden started this Spring? For Oregon gardeners, we also offer professional services in edible home-landscape design, consultation, and even installation. We believe it's a great service - to ourselves and the world - to transform our backyards into edible, beautiful, and resilient ecologies.
That’s right, our vision is to team up with Western gardeners to re-grow a truly sustainable regional landscape. We believe gardening with native edible plants will help transform our region’s cities and suburbs into resilient, life-sustaining ecosystems - ones that provides nutritious food, clean air and water, a stable climate, and a home for our wildlife.
Our mission is to grow and share the plants we’ll need - easy to grow edible perennials, native to our region - while reconnecting people to Nature through education and consultation in native gardening and native food uses. We believe that together we can repair the Earth and nourish ourselves - one backyard at a time.
Join the movement! Order a plant today!
Towards a greener world,