Welcome to MSPC’s online store “in reverse” where you can purchase trees, plants, and other items to support Bush’s Pasture Park. When you purchase an item, you will have an opportunity to give it in honor or memory of someone special. If you’ve purchased a plant for the park, we’ll write to tell you when it has been planted and where it is. Of course, a purchase for the park is tax-deductible and comes with a heartfelt acknowledgement of appreciation from us.

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Davidia involucrata (Dove Tree)


David involucrata, or Dove Tree, is a pyramidal tree that grows to about 40′ with mid-green leaves and attractive bark. Its outstanding feature is the pendulous white “flowers’ that cover the tree in mid-spring, which explains the tree’s alternate name: Handkerchief Tree. It’s also a Great Plant Pick for the northwest.

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EOS Arrow 100 GPS receiver


EOS Arrow 100 allows City and MSPC staff to collect accurate location and other data on the park’s plant material. The data can then be used by park managers, the public, and even scientists.

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Kolkwitzia amabilis (Beauty Bush)


Kolkwitzia amabilis, or Beauty Bush, is a deciduous shrub with tall arching stems that bear pink flowers in the spring. The park’s existing Beauty bush, located just across from the entrance to the Bush Barn Art Center, has declined with age and needs to be replaced.

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MSPC Membership – Family


A 1-year family membership with the Mission Sheet Parks Conservancy. Membership helps fund MSPC’s work to preserve, maintain, enhance and interpret the park for current and future generations.

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Pinus bungeana ‘Rowe’s Arboretum’ (Laceleaf Pine)


Pinus bungeana or Laceleaf Pine is a slow-growing pine with fantastic mottled and exfoliating bark. In its younger years, the bark shows browns, reds, and olive tones, but as it ages the bark colors change to whites and tans. Rowe’s Arboretum is a selection that is shorter (to 30′) and more upright than the species.

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Stewartia Koreana (Korean Stewartia)


Stewartias, a relative of camellias, are superb small trees that are starting gain attention in Oregon. They offer large white flowers in May and June, beautifully exfoliating bark, and good fall color. Korean Stewartia is has shower bark than other stewartias.

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