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Plant Availability — Summer 2021
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Find descriptions and photos of the plants at www.resiliencedesign.com
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Place your order by email to mulysa@resiliencedesign.com (use this form or it's okay to just email me a list) and choose a date below for pick-up with safe distancing at our Overlook Neighborhood nursery (North Portland).
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The Nursery is open for ordering. Email us a list of what you'd like and we'll send a confirmation and invoice when it is ready for pick up.
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Resilience Design accepts cash, check or bank transfer (preferred to avoid fees and keep our money local!) or PayPal. After you place your order you will receive an order confirmation with pick up details and invoice.
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Questions? Email mulysa@resiliencedesign.com
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Contact Information:Name:
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Plants and seeds are all locally grown and are organic and/or Certified Salmon Safe.
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Listings in orange are Northwest Native Plants.
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Native Trees, Shrubs and Ferns
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Common Name
Scientific Name
DescriptionSizePrice per plantQtyTotal Cost
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Western serviceberryNative. Small deciduous tree with white blossoms and edible fruit. Excellent for bees & birds.#5 Pot$32.00sold out$ -
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Amelanchier alnifoliaGrows 12’tall. Sun to part shade and good air circulation.
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Red twig dogwoodNative. White flowers, white berries. Birds and bees love it.#1 Pot$10.00$ -
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Cornus sericeaRed bark is showy in winter.
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SalalNative. Evergreen with white flowers and blue, edible berries.#1 Pot$14.00$ -
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Gaultheria shallonShade to part shade, regular water. Grows 2-4 feet tall.
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Creeping Oregon grapeNative. Yellow flowers. Birds and bees love it. 2-3’ tall.#1 Pot$12.00$ -
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Mahonia repensEdible/medicinal blue berries in summer.
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Mock orangeNative. Deciduous shrub with fragrant white flowers in early summer. Attracts Western swallowtail butterflies. #1 Pot$12.00$ -
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Philadelphus lewisiiSun to light shade, regular water. Grows 6-10 feet tall.
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Licorice fern Native. Deciduous fern is summer dormant and springs to life during the rainy season. Grows in soil, banks or on tree branches.#1 Pot$12.00$ -
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Polypodium glycyrrhizaGrows 8-12 inches tall. Shade.
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Sword fernNative. Evergreen fern is a wonderful understory plant.#1 Pot$12.00$ -
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Polystichum munitumGrows 2-3 feet tall. Shade.
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Braken fernNative fern is a wonderful understory or meadow plant for large spaces. Spreads to form colonies.#1 Pot$12.00$ -
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Pteridium aquilinumGrows 2-4 feet tall. Shade to part sun.
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Nootka roseNative. Pink summer flowers are a butterfly favorite. Edible hips are nice for teas.#1 Pot$10.00$ -
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Rosa nutkanaGrows 3-6' tall.
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ThimbleberryNative. White flowers, sweet red berries.#1 Pot$14.00$ -
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Rubus parviflorusGrows 3-4 ft. Toilet paper plant!
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Coyote willowNative. Narrow, light green leaves. Use for basketry. Bee-friendly and butterfly host plant.#1 Pot$10.00$ -
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Salix exiguaGrows 10-15' tall. Sun or part shade. Average to moist soil.
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Hooker's willowNative. Pretty, soft, rounded leaves. Use for basketry. Bee-friendly and butterfly host plant.#1 Pot$10.00$ -
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Salix hookerianaGrows 10-15' tall. Sun or part shade. Average to moist/wet soil.
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Blue ElderberryNative. White flowers in spring. Blue berries in late summer/fall. Medicinal. Makes great jelly, wine, cordial, syrup.#1 Pot$14.00Sold out$ -
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Sambucus nigra ssp. caeruleaGrows 10-15' tall. Sun or part shade. Average to moist/wet soil.
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Evergreen HuckleberryNative. Evergreen. White/pink flowers.#1 Pot$14.00$ -
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Vaccinium ovatumBlack berries. Grows 3- 6 ft.
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Fruit Trees (Fruit trees and berry bushes are self-fertile unless it's noted that they need a pollinizer.)
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Common Name
Scientific Name
DescriptionSizePrice per plantQtyTotal Cost
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Apple, columnar ‘North Pole’Large, juicy red/green apple with white flesh.#5 Pot$44.00sold out$ -
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Malus domesticaTo 10-12 ft. Can be kept smaller or grown in a pot.
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Fig 'Oregon Prolific' An heirloom fig also known as 'Marseilles'. Green fruit with sweet white flesh. #5 Pot$44.00$ -
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Ficus var. Grows to 15'. Full sun.
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Fig 'Violette de Bordeaux'Produces multiple crops of small, sweet purple figs.#1 Pot$18.00$ -
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Ficus caricaDwarf, to 10' tall, can be grown in pot or espalliered. Loves sun.
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Berries
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Common Name
Scientific Name
DescriptionSizePrice per plantQtyTotal Cost
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Pineapple guavaEvergreen. Edible and ornamental pink flowers with red stamens in summer. Sweet green fruits... if the season is warm enough. Native to South America.#1 Pot$22.00$ -
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Feijoa sellowiana Full sun. Grows 6-12' tall.
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Alpine strawberrySmall, sweet berries throughout early and mid-summer.3.5" Pot$4.00$ -
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Fragaria vescaClumping plants don’t send out runners.
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Black currant 'Seabrooks'Large black currants in July are good fresh or dried. Fragrant yellow flowers in spring.#2 Pot$18.00$ -
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Ribes nigrumGrows 3-5 ft., compact form. Sun to light shade.
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Black raspberry Sweet purple berries in mid-summer are delicious for fresh eating, jams or baked goods.#1 Pot$10.00$ -
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Rubus occidentalis Train canes on a trellis or arbor.
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Sun to light shade. Grows 4-6' tall and wide. #2 Pot$18.00$ -
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Red raspberryA classic red raspberry. Easy care.#1 Pot$14.00$ -
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Rubus idaeusGrows 4-6 ft.
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Blackberry 'Black Satin'Thornless. Huge, juicy, sweet berries ripen in late summer.#1 Pot$14.00$ -
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Rubus var.Grow against sunny fence or trellis.
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ThimbleberryNative. White flowers, sweet red berries.#1 Pot$14.00$ -
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Rubus parviflorusGrows 3-4 ft. Toilet paper plant!
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Cranberry A vining evergreen with dainty leaves and pink flowers in spring. Tart red fruits in fall. #1 Pot$14.00$ -
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Vaccinium macrocarponLikes acid soil and regular to frequent water. Plant in sun to part shade. Lovely in a container or alpine trough planting.
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Evergreen HuckleberryNative. Evergreen. White/pink flowers.#1 Pot$14.00$ -
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Vaccinium ovatumBlack berries. Grows 3- 6 ft.
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Fruiting Vines (All self-fertile varieties)
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Common Name
Scientific Name
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Grape 'Canadice'Red, seedless table grape. Ripens in August/September. Disease resistence. Makes excellent raisins. #1 Pot$18.00$ -
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Vitis var.Ripens in September. Disease resistant.
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Grape 'Flame'Red, seedless table grape. Excellent for fresh eating or raisins.#2 Pot$24.00$ -
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Vitis var.Ripens in September. Disease resistant.
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Grape 'Suffolk Red'Red, seedless table grape. Excellent for fresh eating or raisins.#2 Pot$24.00$ -
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Vitis var.Ripens in September. Disease resistant.
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Purple-leaf GrapeHandsome burgundy foliage. Small grapes in fall are excellent for jelly, juicing or in floral arrangements.#1 Pot$18.00$ -
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Vitis vinifera ‘Purpurea’Full sun, good air circulation.
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Tea and Herbs (see many more listed with wildflowers below)
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Common Name
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AngelicaTall perennial with green umbel flowers.#1 Pot$12.00$ -
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Angelica archangelicaEdible and medicinal. TCM. Candy the stems. Good for bees. Reseeds.
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Regular summer water. Grows 4-6' tall. Qt. $8.00$ -
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Purple AngelicaTall perennial with purple foliage and purple umbel flowers.#1 Pot$12.00$ -
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Angelica stricta purpureaEdible and medicinal. TCM. Candy the stems. Good for bees. Reseeds.
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Regular summer water. Grows 3-5' tall. Qt. $8.00$ -
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MugwortSilvery leaves, pungent fragrance. Medicinal. #1 Pot$10.00$ -
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Artemisia vulgaris Grows 24-36” tall and spreads by runners. Part shade. to full sun.
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Meadowsweet, golden Lacy chartreuse foliage with white summer flowers. 3.5" Pot$4.00$ -
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Fillipendula ulmaria 'Aurea'Part sun to light shade. Grows 24-36" tall. Regular summer water.