A Sure Sign of Spring – Geraniums

Geraniums are here, which signals warm weather plants are starting to arrive in earnest. It’s still too early to put them outside, though. Go by the weather, not the calendar, and be sure to wait until the evening temperatures are 50 degrees or so.  Geraniums, or more specifically pelargoniums, deliver the Big Color in sunny…

Tips for the Annual Season

May signals the time of sowing seeds in the garden and creating containers to dress up our outdoor living spaces. The evenings are warming up, meaning most annual plants can be left outside through the night. With the spring enthusiasm we have seen from our customers here at the Nursery, we would like to offer…

Welcoming the Annual Season

  The spring peepers are singing, the robins are here. It can only mean one thing – our lovely Pacific Northwest spring is here! With it comes the arrival of the irresistible Pansies and Primroses, announcing the start of the Annual season. Our lowest priced annuals, as well as our most versatile and reliable in…

Starting a Veggie Garden

It’s exhilarating to be outdoors gardening again! Were you one of the many new gardeners or gardening families that got your hands in the dirt last year to raise homegrown vegetables? If you’re like the rest of us who got “bitten by the bug,” you’ve been making decisions throughout winter on which varieties of cool…

Cut Flowers in June

    It is a joy to pick whatever is in bloom and bring inside. June is an exciting month because so much is growing and blooming, and it seems the choices in creating a fresh cut bouquet are only limited by what grows in or around your garden.   Adding more variety to June-blooming…

The best bare root selection of the year is now 20% off already low prices! Choose from fruit, flowering and shade trees, berries, lilacs and hydrangeas!   “Farmers Hope New ‘Cosmic Crisp’ Will Be America’s Next Top Apple” Move over, Honeycrisp and Red Delicious: Farmers have a new apple they hope will be the next…

Now through February 28, our biggest rose sale (and selection) of the year: antique, English, climbing and drought-tolerant rugosa roses-20% off!! A Shropshire Lad English Rose – bred by David Austin Shrub Rose Lovely, soft, peachy pink rosettes, with a strong, delicious fruity tea rose fragrance. Exceptionally vigorous, healthy and reliable. Almost thornless. Good for…