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Native trees can provide shelter, wind breaks, soil stabilization, food, and shade,
Abies grandisGRAND FIR
This large, but graceful conifer is easily distinguished from other firs, as the needles grow in two distinct rows.
Acer circinatumVINE MAPLE
Known as a small deciduous tree or large shrub. Excellent fall colour and compact growth when grown in full sun.
Acer glabrumDOUGLAS MAPLE
Hardy deciduous tree. Displays bright yellow fall colour. Prefers well draining soil.
Acer macrophyllumBigleaf Maple
Large, quick growing, deciduous maple. Very large leaves, great for shade. Tolerates moist to dry soil conditions.
Alnus rubraRED ALDER
Quick-growing deciduous tree that grows well under moist conditions. This is a nitrogen fixing tree.
Betula papyriferaPAPER BIRCH
Large deciduous tree with strips of white peeling bark provides winter interest. Quick growing, prefers moist but well draining soil.
Malus fuscaPACIFIC CRABAPPLE
Deciduous tree with showy fragrant pink-white blossoms, followed by reddish fruits in fall. Fruits are edible, but tart in taste.
Quercus garryanaGARRY OAK
Slow growing deciduous tree. A threatened species. Perfers open areas and well draining soil.
Blueish needles, this evergreen grows very large. Tolerates a wide range of soils, but doesn't tolerate shade well.
Pinus contorta contortaSHORE PINE
This native evergreen found from Washington-Alaska usually on exposed rocky slops near the coast. It grows in a contorted or bent manner.
Populus tremuloidesTREMBLING ASPEN
Fast growing, hardy deciduous tree. Provides habitat for a variety of wildlife. Good choice to protect against soil erosion.
Populus trichocarpaBLACK COTTONWOOD
This fast growing pioneer species is commonly found growing along waterways in a variety of soil conditions.
Deciduous tree, produces small red-black bitter tasting cherries that birds enjoy.