Upcoming Events

Flower Buses to the Northwest Flower and Garden Show

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, February 22, 23 and 24

Call the Nursery to reserve your seat (360-466-3821)


Enjoy a “Taste of Spring” at this year’s 2017 Northwest Flower and Garden Show! Our annual “Flower Buses” are available to ride so you can enjoy the show without the stress of driving and finding parking. The cost of a combination show ticket & bus ride is $52.  Buses leave our nursery at 8:30 a.m. and return around 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, February 22, 23 and 24.  Call the Nursery (360 466 3821) to reserve your seat.   Also, if you’re driving down to the show, save by purchasing early bird tickets in our Garden Store ($17 per person, a $5 savings over buying them at the show).  Once at the show, stop by our booth (#2126) to spot trendy plant picks and traditional favorites that you will want for your home garden collection.  We will also be showcasing our favorite antiques and fancy goods from Primrose, our gift shop.


A Fascination for Hellebores

11th Annual Winter Festival
Saturday and Sunday, March 4-5


Keynote Speaker: Riz Reyes on Saturday at 1:00 p.m.

Katie Miller on Saturday at 11:00 a.m.

Our Winter Festival celebrates the range and depth of Hellebores and our Nursery will have a wide variety in full bloom ready to be planted and enjoyed this season. We are fortunate to live in a climate that is friendly to shade-loving Hellebores. When most perennials are in slumber, Hellebores are in full bloom from January through April.  These understory perennials are easy-care and deer resistant.  And the varieties are endless; some are clear, others have spotting, striping, and can be bi-colored. A few of our favorites are: Helleborus x hybridus ‘Sunrise’, Helleborus niger ‘Josef Lemper’, Helleborus niger x orientalis ‘Madam Lemmonier’, Helleborus x ballardiae ‘Pink Frost’.   Complimentary classes begin Saturday, at 11:00 a.m., with Skagit Garden’s horticulturist, Katie Miller. She will discuss these darlings of the winter season and their hardy characteristics.  At 1:00 p.m., learn Hellebore basics from Keynote Speaker and noted horticulturist, Riz Reyes, as he discusses different types of Hellebores and how to use them in the garden, cut arrangements and containers.  An inspiring and educational day for those seeking happy surprises in their winter gardens.  Complementary reservations suggested: 360-466-3821.  

While at the festival, go to the Conservatory to enjoy a sample of creatively designed, local, handmade, artisanal chocolates by Proprietress, Linda Lewis, and Beach Castle Sweets.  Beach Castle Sweets, a locaphoto (2)l favorite, is a family run operation (inspired by Linda’s mother).  Their chocolates are an indulgent treat for yourself or as a gift.





Arbia Wood Fired Pizza Weekends at Christianson’s Nursery!

Saturdays and Sundays in March 2017

PepperoniMarch Weekends at the Nursery just got delicious!  Christianson’s Nursery will host Arbia Wood Fired Pizza every weekend for the month of March, starting on Saturday, March 4, the first day of the Winter Festival weekend!   Proprietors, Jimmy and Arianna Carol, serve up Mama and Papa-sized culinary masterpieces in their wood-fired mobile unit.  Saturdays & Sundays (weather permitting) 11:00 am-3 pm.



Rent Mason Bees

Wednesday, March 29 

10:00 am – 3:00 pm

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Rent Mason Bees is a western Washington-based company that rents bees to backyard gardeners and orchardists. This year, Christianson’s Nursery is an official pick up and drop off location! RentMasonBees.com supplies pollination kits which contain safe, local bees to provide a sustainable and economical solution for gardeners, fruit growers and farmers. When your pollination needs have been met at the end of the season, you simply return the kits to us and they will pick them up and do the post care, cleaning, and storage of the bees for the dormant season (pick-up dates may be found on our website).

Through renting their bees, your spring and summer crops are pollinated and you help boost native bee populations while indirectly supporting the production of food that will end up in our grocery stores.  To inquire: (360) 466-3821 or 1-800-585-8200.