The Fringe Nursery is a nano-business located in NE Seattle, WA. We're named for Tellima odorata , the fringe flower, a species that is bright, sweetly scented, and  unrecognized. We specialize in plants native to Washington State, the Pacific Northwest, and Western North America.
Tellima odorata-- Fringe Flower

The nursery is located in a private garden in a residential neighborhood in NE Seattle.  
The address is 9948 46th Ave NE.  From Sand Point Way, turn West on NE 97th and drive one short block, then turn North on 46th NE and continue one block.  The address is the only 99xx on the block where all the others are 97xx.  Entry is via the gate on the North side of the residence.
Contact us to set up an appointment or check the main page for Open dates.

Like to stop by?   Please make an appointment. 
The quickest and best way to contact us is by email : 
Contact by phone  (206-495-5585) will take us longer to respond to.
The Staff
The proprietor, Richard Ramsden, is a member of the Washington Native Plant Society (WNPS) and the North American Rock Garden Society (NARGS).  His photos have been appeared in various publications including Alpine Plants of the Northwest by Pojar and MacKinnon (Lone Pine Publishing) and The Field Guide to the Rare Plants of Washington.  He has given talks on Washington's native plants to the Northwestern and Columbia-Willamette Chapters of NARGS, the NARGS Western Winter Study Weekend (Everett, 2012), the Washington Native Plant Society (the Central Puget Sound, South Sound, and Wenatchee Valley Chapters) and the Alpine Garden Club of British Columbia (May 2014).