Furney’s Plant Database

Want to learn about some really great plants? Looking for something that’s tough as nails or incredibly rare? Visit our Plant Database to get lots of information on some of our favorite plants! NOTE: Please call the nursery to check on availability for any plant featured here: (206) 878-8761



Unusual and Beautiful: Japanese Maples


Fairy Hair Japanese Maple

We just received some very unusual Japanese Maple varieties that have us really excited! These are rare specimens that provide unique interest and beauty. They come from the Japanese Maple experts at Kellygreen Nursery and will all thrive in our climate. Take Note! We only have a limited supply of each variety so stop by soon […]

Check out these cool plants!


Hydrangea paniculata ‘Vanilla Strawberry’

It has long been said that April showers bring May flowers!  Well, here in the Pacific Northwest, April showers bring more showers!  Tired of dripping from all the rain?  Visit our huge indoor greenhouses where the only things dripping are the plants!  We have so many fabulous plants here that you’ll be drooling with excitement!  […]

Come see our “New and Unusual Plants” section


Sanguinaria canadensis

Come check out our new display to see these and other unusual plants in action! Blue Gentian (Gentiana acaulis) Photo thanks to Northscaping.com This unusual beauty is a low-lying perennial with spectacular flowers. Brilliant blue trumpet-shaped flowers with deep blue throats bloom in late spring. It has narrow, deep green leaves and grows in a finely-textured […]

Plant Spotlight: Chinese Paper Bush


Edgeworthia papyriferia

The Edgeworthyia Papyrifera, or Chinese paperbush, is a stunning specimen that produces fragrant fantastic flowers that are in bloom right now!  This deciduous shrub produces attractive bluish-green foliage on multi-stemmed branches. Flowers appear in late winter, the lovely yellow and white tubular trumpets acting as fragrant heralds to the coming spring. They bloom in dense […]

Gorgeous Twig Dogwoods


MidWinter Fire

These delightful shrubs have plenty of interesting color and lovely appeal throughout the warm season. But, contrary to most plants, they shine the best in the winter months. They are deciduous and therefore, lose their leaves in autumn. This reveals brilliant, bright stems that stand out against the bareness of winter. They look fantastic paired […]