Forest Products Permits

Greenery and Transplant Permits

Many native plants and shrubs are popular in both floral arrangements and home gardens. Among the most widely used native plants are salal, evergreen huckleberry, swordfern, and pinemat manzanita.

On the Umpqua National Forest, greenery is sold year round. Salal permits are $20 per person per week for 400 pounds. Transplant permits cost, at minimum, $20. Total cost varies by plant size. Free-use transplant permits are also available, which allow you to harvest up to 50 live plants for personal use. To avoid shock, transplants should be harvested after terminal buds have hardened in late fall or winter. Remember, harvesting rare, threatened, or endangered plants is illegal.

Call one of our Ranger District offices or email sm.fs.umpquapermit@usda.gov to request a permit.‚Äč