Check out this video of the a 70 foot waterfall made by the Orcas Woodsmen. Click here to learn more about the project.
Native Landscaping utilizes native plants including trees, shrubs, groundcover that thrive in the Pacific Northwest environment, which means they are deer resistant and able to deal with our long wet winters and short dry summers. They require no pesticides, fertilizers, and little seasonal watering.
Native Landscaping is adapted to the climate, geography, and hydrology of the San Juan Island off the coast of Washington State.
Native plants are low maintenance, hardy, and resistant to pests and diseases. The offer alternatives to introduced species, cultivars, and invasive species. They are the foundation of their native habitats and ecosystems or natural communities. They thrive on any of our local islands: Lopez Island, Shaw Island, San Juan Island, Orcas Island or Sucia Island State Park.
The Woodsmen offers professional tree services in the San Juan Islands. Including tree removal, tree care, pruning, and overall tree health. The Woodsmen is located on beautiful Orcas Island but serves all of San Juan County.
Check out this video of the a 70 foot waterfall made by the Orcas Woodsmen.