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Growing Sustainably in the Pacific Northwest

Native plant species meet virtually any landscaping need. Since they grow in our region’s soils and climate they generally require less maintenance, such as watering, spraying or fertilizing. They are a key element of the Pacific Northwest’s environment & ecosystem and provide a natural habitat for birds & wildlife. Natives can be successfully used in combination with other ornamentals to create an exciting and inviting landscape.

Our Values

We believe that what is good for the earth is good for the nursery, and our definition of profit includes actively supporting many community programs, especially those that benefit children and the environment.

Since its inception, the nursery has been using sustainable methods to control weeds and pests. We are committed investors in renewable technologies, such as solar power and locally produced biodiesel, and were one of the first  in Oregon to become Carbon Neutral. We also participate in several independent, third-party verification and certification programs, such as: LIVE, Salmon-Safe, FoodHub, and the Carbon Reduction Challenge.


Our Sustainable Partners And Organization

Food Hub

Food Hub

FoodHub, a project of EcoTrust, is a searchable database designed to help connect food buyers with local farmers, ranchers, fishermen, and food manufacturers throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Certified Sustainable

Low Input Viticulture and Enology, (LIVE)

A nonprofit organization that provides vineyards and wineries with official recognition for sustainable agricultural practices modeled after international standards of Integrated Production.

Salmon Safe

Salmon Safe

An independent nonprofit devoted to restoring agricultural and urban watersheds so that salmon can spawn and thrive.


Carbon Reduction Challenge

The Carbon Reduction Challenge (CRC)

A voluntary effort by Oregon wineries and vineyards to measure, track, and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and overall environmental impact, with the ultimate goal of becoming carbon neutral.

Our Name

Mahonia Nursery

Mahonia aquifolium, also called Oregon grape because of its blue berries, was collected by Lewis and Clark on their epic journey to the Pacific. This native plant is the Oregon state flower and our nursery’s namesake.