Spirea has become one of the most popular early season specialty cut flowers.  Spirea white flowers bloom in late winter/early spring.

Oregon Coastal Flowers LLC, 9455 Kilchis River Rd., Tillamook, OR 97141
503.815.3762 (office), 503.815.9326 (fax),
sales@oregoncoastalflowers.com
A photo of our black tulip magnolia this spring. Sorry, we’ll let them grow 1-2 more years before cutting, but WOW they look GREAT!!!
Fresh mood moss is available nearly year round. $15.49/flat.
A photo of Cape Lookout on the Coast on a dark winter evening.
Spirea is Ready. With other branches in in the order purchase for $6.99/$6.49 price. Without purchase of other branches the price is $7.99/$7.49. Cherry pickers pay the price!
Forest Droppings are very popular. All the things you might expect on a forest floor. Every box is unique. $30.99/flat.
White & Pink Cherry & Prunus
White cherry is looking real good right now. this is about 5 days post shipping with proper staging.
A recent photo of a seagull over the Tillamook Bay.
Pink cherry is very good quality now. As we approach the natural blooming time, the quality improves. This is what they typically look like 5 days after arrival right now.
Prunus is nearly sold out. They open quickly and put on a good showing.
Forsythia
Pussy Willow
Alder Poles
Alder poles are in good supply. This is our native birch. They have more lichen & moss on them than birch, but aren’t quite so brilliant white. Eight feet tall is the standard height, but we can cut to any height and diameter with some notice.
Peach
Forsythia
Natural Wedding Arches
We make pergolas and chuppahs out of alder wood, our native birch type wood on the Oregon Coast.
Late Season Flowering Branches:
Flowering Dogwood
Spirea
One of my favorite photos on the farm this year.
This is our front yard. Topiary is one of my hobbies.
family flower farm
Oregon Coastal Flowers LLC, 9455 Kilchis River Rd., Tillamook, OR 97141
503.815.3762 (office), 503.815.9326 (fax),
sales@oregoncoastalflowers.com