Low-Cost Native Plants Available from King Conservation District

Below is information about an upcoming bareroot native plant sale from King Conservation District, a partner of the Snoqualmie Tribe:


Orders are now being accepted for the King Conservation District's 2015 Native Bareroot Plant Sale. The plant sale includes nearly three dozen species of native trees, shrubs, and groundcovers.

For details on available plants and online ordering go to: www.kingcd.org

Phone orders can be placed by calling Jacobus Saperstein at 425.282.1912

Bareroot plants are affordable and have well-developed roots. They are hardy, easy to handle, transport, and plant. Bareroot stock is a highly cost-effective approach to purchasing native plants for restoration projects of any scale.

Bareroot plants are sold in bundles of 10.


  • Coniferous Trees - $9-$12 per bundle
  • Deciduous Trees $16 per bundle
  • Shrubs - $11-$25 per bundle
  • Groundcovers - $9-$15 per bundle

All orders must be placed by February 6th, 2015.

Plant Pick-Up Dates: Saturday, February 28th - 10am to 4pm at the King Conservation District (1107 SW Grady Way Renton)

About the King Conservation District: The King Conservation District provides information and technical assistance programs available to all landowners within the district's boundaries (most of King County) on a voluntary, non-regulatory basis. The district provides grants for conservation-focused projects and programs, and initiates community outreach activities that includes workshops, education pgorams, site visits, farm plans, and consultation on land, water, and wildlife management.