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NW Native Deciduous Trees

BIG LEAF MAPLE (Acer macrophyllum)
Leaves up to 15" across on a big, fast growing tree, native from Alaska to California. Yellow fall color. Valued for lumber & fuel. Zone 5-8.
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BIG LEAF MAPLE (Acer macrophyllum)
BEAKED HAZEL (Corylus cornuta)
Our native hazel. Small, thick shelled nuts enclosed in a bristly husk. Shy bearing. Late flowering, early ripening, blight immune. Zone 4-8. *ORDER 2 OR MORE FOR NUTS *
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BEAKED HAZEL (Corylus cornuta)
BLACK COTTONWOOD (Populus trichocarpa)
Fastest growing NW Native, 45 ft. in 7 years. Likes moist soil.
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BLACK COTTONWOOD (Populus trichocarpa)
BLACK HAWTHORNE (Crataegus douglasii)
Large shrub or small tree with profuse apple-like blossoms turning to 1/2" long black fruits appreciated by birds in fall and winter. Zone 5 or 6-9.
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BLACK HAWTHORNE (Crataegus douglasii)
CASCARA SAGRADA (Rhamnus purshiana)
A nicely shaped small NW native tree with yellow fall color. Round black fruits bring in the songbirds. Bark used medicinally, primarily as a laxative. Hardy to minus 35° F. Tolerates a wide variety of soil types and sun or shade.
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CASCARA SAGRADA (Rhamnus purshiana)
OREGON ASH (Fraxinus latifolia)
Our west coast ash tolerates standing water exceptionally well. Growth to 80 ft. Strong, beautiful, elastic wood, great for tool handles and cabinetry. Hardy to -34°F. Yellow fall color. Photo courtesy of the Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve.
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OREGON ASH (Fraxinus latifolia)
OREGON WHITE OAK (Quercus garryana)
Tough, drought tolerant, North West native, dark green leathery leaves, gray bark. A big majestic spreading shade tree. Zone 6-9.
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OREGON WHITE OAK (Quercus garryana)
PACIFIC CRAB APPLE (Malus fusca)
Able to grow in very wet sites, hence the alternate name SWAMP CRAB APPLE. Suitable as a rootstock for apples on sites otherwise too wet. Widely adapted West Coast native from California to Alaska. It doesn’t require wet ground. Tiny tart fruits for jelly or for the birds. Zone 5 - 8.
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PACIFIC CRAB APPLE (Malus fusca)
PACIFIC DOGWOOD (C. nuttalli)
Our native west coast dogwood is the largest of all dogwoods, with large white flowers in spring and often again in the fall. Nice autumn foliage. Hardy to -30°F. Well rooted seedlings.
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PACIFIC DOGWOOD (C. nuttalli)
PACIFIC WILLOW (Salix lasiandra)
Fast growing wetland tree with black bark on older specimens. Leaves are long and narrow, shiny dark green
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PACIFIC WILLOW (Salix lasiandra)
PAPER BIRCH (Betula papytifera)
Small to mid sized tree with attractive, smooth white bark peeling in papery layers. Historically used for canoe making & basketry. Native peoples chewed birch resin containing zylitol, a disinfectant now used in oral hygiene preparations. In Canada & Alaska, the sap is tapped to make syrup & various drinks. Golden fall color. Zone 2-8.
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PAPER BIRCH (Betula papytifera)
QUAKING ASPEN (Populus tremuloides)
A medium sized slender tree, often growing in clumps. Heart shaped leaves that flutter in the slightest breeze. Bright yellow fall color. Rapid growth. Native to more states than any other tree yet not common in Oregon, or Washington. Likes moist ground. Zone 2 - 8.
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QUAKING ASPEN (Populus tremuloides)
RED ALDER (Alnus rubra)
Most commercial hardwood tree native to the Pacific Northwest. Makes extremely rapid growth, typically 80 ft. tall in 25 years. Wood makes good indoor furniture and is a clean burning firewood. Being a nitrogen fixer it will grow in infertile ground, making it more fertile. Likes moist ground. Zone 3-8.
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RED ALDER (Alnus rubra)
FOX VALLEY RIVER BIRCH (Betula nigra)
A dwarf shrublike multi-stemmed tree about 10 feet tall and 12 feet wide at maturity. Widely adapted and will tolerate wet soil. White peeling bark, yellow fall foliage. Zone 4
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FOX VALLEY RIVER BIRCH (Betula nigra)
VINE MAPLE (Acer circinatum)
A very colorful small multi-stemmed shrub or tree native to the Maritime Northwest. New growth in the spring has a reddish tinge, followed by small purple flower clusters. Paired winged seed pods in summer look like red bow ties. Brilliant orange and red fall colors. Hardy to -25° F.
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VINE MAPLE (Acer circinatum)
DELLS DWARF VINE MAPLE (Acer circinatum)
Red leafed in summer, a symphony of yellows, oranges and reds in fall. A compact tree, 3 to 5 feet. Zone 6.
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DELLS DWARF VINE MAPLE (Acer circinatum)
KI SETSUDAE MAPLE (A. circinatum x A. palmatum)
Brilliant dark red foliage.
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KI SETSUDAE MAPLE (A. circinatum x A. palmatum)
PACIFIC PURPLE VINE MAPLE (Acer circinatum)
This small tree begins spring with reddish green leaves that deepen to a dark purple for the rest of the season. Zone 6.
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PACIFIC PURPLE VINE MAPLE (Acer circinatum)
SUNNY SISTER VINE MAPLE (Acer circinatum)
Yellow leaves with a pinkish tinge make way for green summer leaves in this small tree of 4 to 6 feet. Zone 6
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SUNNY SISTER VINE MAPLE (Acer circinatum)
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