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Waterwise Plant Lists for Western Washington
Here are links to resources for doing your own research in Waterwise Plants for Western Washington
Bellevue Botanical Garden Drought Tolerant Plant List
Go to the following web site, check drought tolerant plants, and click submit
King County Government Northwest Yard and Garden Native Plant Information
Extensive information on natives including a plant guide, native plant public gardens, books and publications, websites, plant sales, and more.
King County Go Native: Go to the following link to make use of their great interactive Native Plant Guide that helps you to choose native plants that will work best in the different habitats in your landscape
nurseries, native plant salvage, and more
King County Going Native guide: Go here for a copy of their “Going Native” guide which contains great guidelines and a plant list
Kul Kah Han Demonstration Gardens near Port Townsend has a Plant List
Click on the different habitat options for lists of plants that are native to those habitats
Point Defiance Northwest Native Plant Garden Guide
Redmond Stroll Conservation Garden Plant List
At the web site below, scroll down and click on "Redmond's Water Conservation Demonstration Garden" to get a 2 page map and list of the plants.
Saving Water Partnership, Plant Lists
Washington Native Plant Society, Native Plant Lists by County
They have lists of the native plants in every county in Washington State and for some more focused locations as well.
Go to the following web site and click on the county that you want a list for.
You can also go to the following section to get photos and native habitat information on particular plants
Washington State University's Master Gardener Program:
Extensive & searchable database of lawn and garden care, plants & insect information, plus an “ask an expert” forum.
The site also includes a section on stewardship gardening, with information on composting, native plants, protecting water quality,
integrated pest management, & use of biosolids and cover crops.
The following link has information on landscaping with native plants