We recommend and install all types of locally-sourced trees to suit your landscape, including native varieties!

Tree Planting

Our team is dedicated to the preservation of healthy, beautiful trees in southwestern Washington. We not only prune and take care of existing trees, we also plant new ones! We will work with you, and alongside landscape designers, to help you choose the perfect trees for your home and landscape. Then our skilled team of tree professionals will come and plant the trees properly to give them the best start possible in their new environment. We plant attractive native trees as well as flowering trees, shade trees, evergreens, and more. Can’t decide what to plant? We can help! Choose from the list of native trees below or contact us to discuss your specific needs and we can make recommendations from there. We serve residential and commercial properties in the Portland and Vancouver area and all around Clark and Multnomah Counties.

Native Trees

We suggest planting native trees in your garden or landscape. Native trees offer gorgeous foliage and a delightful range of shapes and sizes while being relatively healthy and low-maintenance. Because they are already adapted to the Northwest climate, native trees grow more easily and need less care. They are less susceptible to common diseases and can still offer shade, beauty and plenty of fall colors!

Big Leaf Maple (Acer macrophyllum):
This gorgeous, deciduous tree has impressively large leaves and a rounded branching habit. Fall color is typically a vibrant yellow-orange. Mature height is 60 feet with a spread of 50 feet.
Cascara (Rhamnus purshiana):
A lovely deciduous tree with nice fall color and small berries that attract wildlife. The tree’s elliptical green leaves become yellow, orange, red, or purple in fall. It grows in an erect, oval pattern with graceful, sparse branching. Mature height is 30 feet, with a spread of 25 feet.
Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii):
This large, fast-growing native conifer provides excellent shade and attracts wildlife. It grows in a tall, pyramidal form with short green needles. New growth appears bright yellow-green in the springtime. Mature height is 100 feet with a spread of 20 feet.
Oregon White Oak (Quercus garryana):
This large deciduous oak has a beautiful broad spreading form. It grows slowly but reaches a mature height of 45 feet, with a spread of 50 feet. Squirrels will flock to this tree in autumn, to clean up the acorn crop.
Western Red Cedar (Thuja plicata):
An outstanding member of the cedar family! This tree boasts fragrant, scaly leaves and attractive, reddish layered bark. It branches horizontally then turns upward at the end. It is a stately native tree, often referred to as the “cornerstone of Northwest Indian culture,” due to its many uses. Its mature height is 70 feet, with a spread of 20 feet. Expect this tree to mature with a very wide base.