King Conservation District 2014 native bareroot plant sale-Online ordering underway

  • Written by Valley View Staff

The King Conservation District offers a variety of native trees and shrubs for conservation purposes, including 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, and are easy to handle, transport and plant.

Order bareroot native plants online for pick-up on Saturday, March 1, 2014. Quantities are limited and some species may sell out, so please order early.

How to order

Order and pay for your plants by credit card online at

Minimum order $30. All orders must be pre-paid. Purchase orders are acceptable for agencies, businesses and nonprofit organizations.

All orders must be placed by February 9, 2014 and picked up on Saturday, March 1, 10 a.m. - 4  p.m. at the King Conservation District, 1107 SW Grady Way, Renton, WA 98057. (No plant delivery available.)

Quantities are limited. All plants are sold on a first-come, first served basis. For information, call Jacobus Saperstein at (425) 282-1912, or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Plants available 

CONIFEROUS TREES: Douglas fir, grand fir, noble fir, shore pine, Sitka spruce, hemlock, western red cedar.

DECIDUOUS TREES: black Hawthorn, cascara, Oregon ash, Oregon white oak, Pacific crabapple, vine maple, western flowering dogwood.

SHRUBS: black twinberry, blackcap raspberry, blue elderberry, evergreen huckleberry, Indian plum, mock orange, Nootka rose, oceanspray, Pacific ninebark, Pacific rhododendron, red elderberry, red flowering currant, red osier dogwood, serviceberry, snowberry, tall Oregon grape, thimbleberry.

GROUNDCOVERS: Coastal strawberry, kinnikinnick, low Oregon grape, salal, sword fern.

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