Although only PlantAmnesty members have access to these orphans to add to their gardens, anyone may list plants, or other garden-related items, for adoption — and we hope you will. If you have a tree that is not a candidate for the Adopt-A-Plant service, perhaps an arborist, gardener or a professional digger from our Referral Service may be of some help.


  • Plants that don't transplant well (i.e. Magnolias, Madrones, Daphne, and Camelia)
  • Native Volunteer Plants (i.e. Big Leaf Maples, Douglas Fir, or Western Red Cedar)
  • No Plants taller than 10 feet
  • No Invasive species
  • No Houseplants
  • No Butterfly Bush, Heavenly Bamboo, Mint

Information for Submissions

We're always interested in helping re-home healthy, safe, non-invasive plants.  Here is some of the information we need to post an ad:

  • For best results please include the common and species or variety name
  • Sizes (e.g. 5ft high, 8ft wide)
  • Location (Neighborhood or City)
  • Accessibility (e.g. Front yard, easy access or; under larger tree, limited space.)
  • Characteristics (What makes this plant special)
  • Please specify if you have a photo you would like to include

Listings will remain visible for 60 days unless you let us know the plants are unavailable beforehand.

Plant Submission Form

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Describe the plant and, ideally, the location
Please submit one photo of the plant or landscape area that's up for adoption. Please note that your photo will be published (only to registered Plant Amnesty members) so please be mindful of any indentifying information that may be included.
Accepted file types: jpeg, jpg, png, webp, Max. file size: 12 MB.
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Available Plants

Beacon Hill Adopt-A-Plant

By PlantAmnesty Staff | March 20, 2024

Anacortes Adopt-A-Plant

By PlantAmnesty Staff | March 18, 2024

Rainier Valley Adopt-A-Plant

By PlantAmnesty Staff | March 14, 2024

Sammamish Adopt-A-Plant

By PlantAmnesty Staff | March 12, 2024

Ravenna Adopt-A-Plant

By PlantAmnesty Staff | March 11, 2024