Native Plant Nursery, Landscaping and Restoration Services
Wintercreek is a full service landscape and nursery company working exclusively with native plants of the dry land west. We offer services in area planning, landscape design and installation, restoration and revegetation, planning, consultation, plant surveys, seed collection, custom growing, and project management.
Wintercreek Nursery has been providing locally grown high desert native plants for over two decades. We focus on preserving local genetic stock, and propagate the majority of our plant material from locally collected seed or cuttings. We are open to the public from March through October.
Restoration & Landscaping
We provide consultation. design, and construction services for ecology-based landscaping, conservation, and restoration projects. Our focus on the environment of specific sites, soil health, and ecological function gives us a perspective unique in the landscaping and land management industries.
Why Go Native?
The use of native plants offers many benefits over conventional landscapes. Native plants are adapted to local environmental conditions such as soils, nutrient levels, precipitation amounts and patterns, and temperatures. This characteristic translates to decreased water use, lack of need for fertilizers or artificial inputs, increased ability to withstand drought and heat or cold temperatures, and minimal maintenance requirements.
In addition, the use of native plants in created landscapes creates a sense of place – a sense of connection with the natural environment often lacking in conventional landscape design. Part of that connection comes from developing habitat for other living things such as native pollinators, birds, or wildlife. By creating a welcoming space for all things, we provide an opportunity for natural processes to be restored or regenerated and improve the health of humans and everything we depend on for our well-being.
Our mission is the conservation of native plant communities throughout the west. We accomplish this through the restoration of disturbed areas, promotion of native plant landscapes, and responsible management of existing natural areas.