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Environmental Information

"Great! We could not believe all the excellent work done in spite of the torrential rains of March. Now, with the sun shining, our back and side yards are gorgeous. We plan to have them back to do our front yard next year. Sam gave us good contacts to have a new deck built and trees removed. We shopped around, but his friends had competitive pricing, knew what they were talking about and did excellent work."

- Mark J.

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As you probably know by now, at Classic Nursery & Landscape Company we are committed to the environment. Concern for the environment has created an interest in the use of native plants in home landscaping. When plants are put into a situation that mimics their native growing conditions they establish faster, tend to have less need for water, and typically experience fewer problems with disease & insects than introduced species. These low maintenance plants also provide wonderful food & cover for birds & wildlife.

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Salal Gaultheria shallon - Evergreen shrub that helps in slope stabilization, provides wildlife habitat & can tolerate a range of soil conditions.

Mahonia Mahonia aquifolium - Also known as Oregon grape mahonia helps in slope stabilization, is evergreen and is a wonderful addition for wildlife habitat.

Snowberry Symphoricarpos albus - A deciduous shrub that has pinkish flowers followed by white berries. An excellent shrub for birds that adapts well to moist soil conditions.

Deer Fern Blechnum spicant- Beautiful evergreen fern, new fronds come out stiffly erect on black stems.

Red Flowering Currant Ribes sanguineum - Deciduous shrub with intense pink blooms in spring that hummingbirds love! Adapts well to moist soils and blends nicely into woodland areas.

This list is just a sample of what is available, please call or come visit the nursery to see our complete stock. While you're here, take a walk on the Sammamish River Trail and see these plants in their 'native' environment.