Local delivery $5 for Bremerton-Tacoma-Olympia-Seattle-Everett! Come see us in person Friday|Saturday|Sunday! 3421 Kitsap Way Suite A, Bremerton Wa 98312!

Our Team

Send Nodes Plant Shop started in September 2020 as a small operation ran out of our home. By March of 2021 we had REALLY outgrown our house and moved into our first retail location in Bremerton, Wa. 

Our Team;

Brielle-Owner/Do-er Of All The Things

"I started Send Nodes Plant Shop in 2020 because it was impossible to work with my small human (Wyatt) out of school due to Covid-19 shut downs. I needed a job that I could take him with and work around my own class schedule. So Send Nodes was born! I'm in school for Echocardiography and in my free time I enjoy Kiteboarding and Wakeboarding."


Orion-Worker By Force

Orion is Brielle's partner. He is the muscles behind the madness, builder of dirt, and listener to all of Brielle's crazy ideas. 

But for real-without Orion this little shop would fall apart. He is tremendously helpful behind the scenes. And we will definitely say his plant knowledge has increased immensely-even if he wont admit it. 

Orion is a full time Geophysicist for a Seattle based company. In his free time he enjoys NOT talking about plants (he is strange-we agree), wakeboarding, snowboarding, kiteboarding, disk golf, and volleyball. 



Wyatt-Worker By Choice/Inventory Manager

Wyatt is the small human of the Send Nodes Plant Shop family. He is 7 years old and very involved. He has named himself Inventory Manager and is VERY proud of his position. Wyatt would like me to share that he has a side business called Shrink Dogs in which he sells his Shrinkadink Art. Please reach out for more information. In Wyatt's free time he enjoys video games, soccer, sword fighting with his mom's broom sticks, and D&D. 




Whitney- Chauffeur of Nodey Things Two

Whitney is our delivery driver. Her attention to detail is really appreciated to make sure everyones orders are accurate when plants are on their way to their new homes. Whitney is a trooper when put in positions she's never experienced before, such as picking up a carload of worm poop for our dirt. We cannot thank her enough for her positive attitude.