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Native Trees For The State of Washington

Find the best selection of native species for the State of Washington here at Nature Hills Nursery and support native habitats and wildlife!

Selecting trees native to your State ensures your tree is well suited to your climate, evolved alongside their local pollinators and songbirds that recognize these sources of shelter and forage. Native trees need less water once established, and establish faster and tolerate the fluctuating climate, weather, and anything else plants in your State must endure.

Best Washington Native Trees

Home to the American Goldfinch, Washington is USDA growing zones 4 to zone 9. Find your Hardiness Zone, and choose a tree that has a range that includes yours! Check with your local County Extension Office for more information if needed and for the many microclimates within these zones.

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With a higher rainfall, Washington has coastal and continental weather, cool drier summers that are mild and overcast. Including the Olympic rainforest and Columbia plateau scablands, the diversity of Washington habitats include prairies, wetlands, estuaries, rainforests, shrubsteppe, coastal, and grasslands.

Best Native Evergreen Trees For Washington

Not known as the Evergreen State for nothing, Washington's native evergreen trees, like the state tree the Western Hemlock, keep their needles year-round! Fantastic windbreaks, stand up to chill, heat and drought, and add interest during the winter months.

  • Alaska Cedar (Nootka)
  • Arborvitae/Western Red Cedar
  • Concolor Fir
  • Douglas Fir Tree
  • Lodgepole Pine
  • Pacific Wax Myrtle
  • Ponderosa Pine
  • Rocky Mountain Douglas Fir Tree
  • Rocky Mountain Juniper
  • Shore Pine

Native Flowering Trees of Washington


Native flowering trees add ornamental beauty and feed pollinators and hummingbirds nectar and pollen they evolved alongside in your State! Many of these trees are host plants for native pollinator larvae too!

  • Black Locust Tree
  • Carolina Silverbell
  • Western Redbud Tree

What Native Shade Trees Can Be Found In Washington?

You need a good strong shade tree for the warm summers. Some fall color and food for wildlife is a bonus!

  • American Sycamore
  • Mountain Ash Tree
  • Paper Bark & Sweet Birch
  • Box Elder Tree (Boxelder)
  • Maple Trees - Silver & Vine
  • Chinquapin & White (Washington White) Oak Tree
  • Quaking Aspen Tree
  • Sugarberry Tree

Native Fruit & Nut Trees in Washington

We love edible landscaping trees that look great and feed you and your local wildlife. Plant a few of these trees in your double-duty hedgerow for wildlife and you! Because of the primarily grassy landscape, wildlife appreciates the food and shelter.

  • American Plum Tree
  • Black Cherry Tree
  • Black Walnut Tree
  • Shellbark Hickory
  • Allegheny & Saskatoon Serviceberry Tree

Much Needed Natives!

Help continue your State's biodiversity by planting trees native to your area! Nature Hills is committed to helping preserve your State’s unique beauty with plants and trees that are sure to do well in your garden without impacting your ecology!

Whether you are adding shade or flowers, privacy, or a long-lasting legacy to your landscape, Nature Hills is here to help you find the perfect tree for your Washington landscape!

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