Welcome to Log House Plantswholesale nursery
Log House Plants has been growing a wide and varied selection of classic and extraordinary plants for over 40 years. We delight in finding fabulous heritage plants as well as the newest offerings from West Coast hybridizers. Year after year, we remain excited about introducing new plants, showcasing uncommon ones, and assembling intriguing collections. The thrill never fades and we are already on the hunt for great plants to grow for you in 2017!
Your customers will be happy to hear that Log House Plants does not use neonics or other toxic systemics. Our pollinator-friendly plants are grown in organic soil and are protected with a wide range of IPM techniques and biological controls, including take-home beneficial insects that will colonize in your customers’ gardens. For more information, read our 2016 letter to Pacific Northwest Independent Retailers and download signage of our growing procedures. We hope you will also download our description-and-photo-linked 2016 Variety Index to your desktop and make use of our downloadable display or bench cards.
Shipping to West Coast independent retailers has ended for the 2016 season. Please check back in early 2017 for a new availability as well as a list of our hot new 2017 varieties!
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To support you in as many ways as possible, we provide a library of resources here on our site. We also proudly host an informative, offbeat, fun and often funny blog, Green Gardening with Ann Lovejoy, written by one of the Northwest’s favorite gardeners. Ann’s blog entries combine garden tips, plant-based recipes, and slice-of-life gardening experiences with her own special brand of wit and humor, and we hope you’ll enjoy sharing any or all of it with your own retail customers.
Langley, WA — “Edible Main Street”
Inspired by Pam Warhurst, cofounder of Incredible Edible, the city of Langley, WA has dedicated much of its public space to edible gardens. Langley is located on Whidbey Island, just north of Seattle. Their public gardens, where visitors are encouraged to forage, feature many of our plants! See video, below.
This traditional technique dramatically improves vigor and yield. Read more on our Log House grafting page and the SuperNaturals website. For fun, see the hilarious Colbert video about Ketchup ‘n’ Fries. For a look at our own grafted vegetable garden, play the video below.