83331 Marlow Road • Eugene, Oregon 97405
Weekdays By Appointment (541) 521-9907
Open Saturday 10:00-4:00 - Closed Sunday
Please call ahead if you need directions
Doak Creek Native Plant Nursery is a family run nursery nestled back in the hills of the Lorane Valley about 20 miles southwest of Eugene, Oregon.
Doak Creek Native Plants specializes in containerized northwest native plants in Oregon. We are dedicated to providing you with healthy native plants that are fertilized with compost and a slow release fertilizer. We do not use herbicides or pesticides here at the nursery. Our plants are grown from seed or cuttings onsite or come from other northwest native growers. As a small business, we are committed to supporting and working together with others in our community to support our environment, communities and children.
Specializing in creating butterfly, bee and bird habitats in your garden. A natural ecosystem without introducing invasive plants is our most beautiful landscaper, harmonious with its environment. With 16 years of experience doing design work and consulting while running Doak Creek Native Plant Nursery, I can help you create a beautiful design bringing native plants into your garden. I have knowledge on soil improvement, deer resistant plants, drought tolerant plants, non-native species, successions of flower’s blooms and berries, butterfly plants, plants that attract pollinators and plants for bird habitat.
Design and consulting is $60.00 an hour. Call the nursery at 541-521-9907 and ask for Cynthia for more information.
Nature's Best Hope: A New Approach to Conservation That Starts in Your Yard
is a highly recommended read for making a difference in your own backyard.
If you don't see the book at at your local library, it is available for purchase:
Barnes & Noble
Doak Creek is a proud supporter of Cascadia Wildlands.
Cascadia Wildlands defends and restores Cascadia’s wild ecosystems in the forests, in the courts, and in the streets. We envision vast old-growth forests, rivers full of salmon, wolves howling in the backcountry, and vibrant communities sustained by the unique landscapes of the Cascadia bioregion.
Meet an Ecologist Who Works for God (and Against Lawns)
A Long Island couple say fighting climate change and protecting biodiversity starts at home. Or rather, right outside their suburban house.
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Ecologists Have this Simple Request to Homeowners—Plant Native
A new study shows how quickly songbird populations fall off when gardens are planted with exotic trees and shrubs
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