TREES

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Green Japanese Maple

Japanese Maple Red

Alaskan Cedar

Alpine Fir

Alaskan Cedar Pendula

Cedrus Deodara

Dawn Redwood

Emerald Green

Excelsa Cedar

Leyland Cypress

Lodge Pole Pine

Mountain Hemlock

Western Red Cedar

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Finding the right tree for your home or business property can make a huge difference in:

  • Privacy
  • Appearance
  • Value
  • Protection

At NW Tree Farm, we offer a variety of trees that thrive in the Pacific Northwest. Whether you’re looking for tall trees, short trees, privacy trees or trees to protect your deck from the sun, we have it all at our online tree farm.

Unlike other tree farms or nurseries where you have to drive a long time, get a truck to carry your new tree or plants home, and then plant the items yourself, our tree farm can do it all for you. You never have to leave your house! Simply call us to put in your order and we’ll deliver your new plants or trees in short time. We can also plant trees if you want!

Why is Our Tree Nursery Different? We Sell Direct to You!

Because it is such a lush area, there are a number of tree nurseries in Washington State. But choosing the right one for you can be as easy as 1, 2, 3:

  • Find our online tree nursery
  • Select the trees and plants you wish to buy
  • Set up a convenient delivery time

Even if you’re browsing our online tree nursery selection and don’t see what you want, we can order it for you. Just let us know what species of tree you’re looking for and we’ll locate it and deliver it right to your door. We also ensure that your nursery trees will be planted properly if you want to recruit our planting service team.

Looking for Other Landscaping Trees? We Can Help!

Privacy trees can do a lot for a property, especially if you’re close to neighbors or don’t have a fence built. But we also carry other landscaping trees that are designed to beautify your newly landscaped space.

Next time you’re looking for nursery trees near me, check out our online selection. Our list of landscaping trees include:

  • Excelsa Cedar
  • Mountain Hemlock
  • Japanese Maple Red
  • … and more!

The best part about our landscaping trees is that we offer trees for sale online. You never have to leave the comfort of your own home to find the trees that are perfect for your home or business property!

Looking for an online tree farm that can help you select your ideal landscaping trees and deliver them? Call NW Tree Farm at 253-719-9613.

Green Japanese Maple

The Green Japanese Maple (Acer Palmatum) tree is an upright small ornamental species and a great tree for the Northwest as they prefer a cool, moist climate with ample rainfall. They provide beautiful autumn foliage and interesting leaf shape and texture. Maples make a great specimen tree in the landscape and can also provide shade during the growing season. Mature height to 25 feet.

Red Japanese Maple

This Red Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum atropurpureum) is a small deciduous tree with dark red star-like leaves with nice fall color. It is a moderate growing tree with a top height of about 20 feet. It likes partial to full sun and needs regular watering during establishment. Makes an excellent specimen tree or can be can used in groups to line driveways etc.

Alaskan Cedar

Alaskan Cedar (Cupressa Nootkatensis) is a species native to the coastal regions of North America. Evergreen with pendulous branches, with a graceful weeping appearance. This tree can grow to heights of 100 feet. Growth rates are slower at 1-2 feet per year. Can be used as a specimen tree or planted together for screening purposes.

Alpine Fir

The Alpine Fir (Abies Lasiocarpa) is a native, evergreen tree with a very slow growth rate. these trees are native to the Pacific Coast Ranges, Cascade Range and Olympic Mountains. Typical growth is 10-15 feet at 20 years.

Makes an excellent specimen tree and is best planted in odd number grouping, or can be used in non-formal screening areas as needed.

Grows well in our cooler climate and needs very little maintenance.

Alaskan Cedar Pendula

Alaskan Cedar Pendula (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis ‘Pendula’), is a graceful evergreen tree that makes a nice specimen tree, or it is a good screening option too. It has nice flowing form with draping branches. Typical growth is about a foot a year, reaching a height of around 25 feet.

Cedrus Deodara

Cedrus Deodara is a graceful evergreen with attractive gray-green foliage and graceful branches. Can grow quite tall, typically 40-50 feet at maturity and 20 to 30 feet wide. The growth rate is moderate, typically 1-2 feet per year. Makes a lovely specimen tree or can be planted to provide screening.

Dawn Redwood

The Dawn Redwood (Metasequoia Glyptstroboides) or “Gold Rush” is a fast grower, pyramidal conifer, with soft needles that turn golden in the fall before dropping in the winter. Likes sun and does well in wet areas. Typical growth up to 70 to 100ft at maturity, with typical yearly growth rate of 3-5 feet. Can be used as a specimen tree or for screening purposes. This is a large specimen, but if you have the room to grow it, it is a beautiful tree.

Emerald Green

The Emerald Green (Thuja occidentalis) is an evergreen tree with a natural pyramidal shape. These make excellent screening trees, or small hedges. They can reach 30 feet with a spread of 8 feet at maturity—however, they can be pruned to desired heights. It is a hardy plant that grows well in ordinary soil and likes lots of sun. They like a moist atmosphere so they do especially well in the Northwest.

Excelsa Cedar

The Excelsa Cedar (Thuja Plicata ‘Excelsa’) tree is a good smelling cedar tree great for screening. They are fuller on the bottom, with a mature growth height to 30 feet, and a mature width of 12 feet. They like partial to full sun and moist soil. After they are established, growth rate is approximately 2 feet per year. They can be left as natural trees, or can be planted closer together and pruned to create large hedges.

Leyland Cypress

Leyland Cypress, (Cupressocyparis leylandii) is a hybrid evergreen known for its fast growth rate. It can be a specimen tree but looks best in hedge form. Growth can be to 50 feet, with a spread of 12 -15 feet. Growth rate is 2-3 feet per year. They are very hardy and like full sun or partial shade.

Lodge Pole Pine

The Lodge Pole Pine (Pinus Contorta) is a tall slender tree with needles in bunches of two, with uplifted branch patterns. Can grow to 25 ft, likes full sun and once established needs occasional watering.

Mountain Hemlock

The Mountain Hemlock (Tsuga Mertensiana) is an interesting evergreen tree with an irregular shape that can create a beautiful focal point in the garden. While they naturally grow at high elevations, they do well in lowland gardens. This can add a wonderful alpine feel to the landscape.

​They can be planted in groupings of uneven numbers or as a single specimen tree. These slow-growing conifers grow to 20 feet in lowland landscapes, and require little maintenance.

Western Red Cedar

The Western Red Cedar (Thuja plicata Virescens) is a cultivar of the Western Red Cedar with a dense pyramidal shape and dark green foliage. Grows 15 to 18 feet high and maintains its form without needing much pruning. Can be used as hedging or screening, yet can also make a nice specimen tree.