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“A must see for tourists in the area and a valuable resource for local gardeners. Extremely helpful and knowledgeable staff. The quality of the plants is far superior to anyone in western Washington. I can’t recommend this nursery enough, a gem.”

-L. Landrum


Acres of Plants and Restored Greenhouses

A community favorite, Christianson’s Nursery & Greenhouse readies a diverse selection of high quality and healthy plants specific to the Pacific Northwest.  The charm of its distinguishable restored glass greenhouses, 1888 fully restored Schoolhouse and authentic, hand selected antiques and gift store imbibes customers with a rich sense of history. 

Shop for your indoor space or outdoor garden and discover our ever-changing inventory of annuals, perennials, shrubs and trees or amend your soil with quality topsoil, mulches and compost. Our incredible selection is curated with plant material that thrive in our Pacific Northwest Maritime climate.


Christianson’s Bare Root Season Has Arrived!

January through March is bare root season at Christianson’s and that means big savings and the best selection on trees, plants, and shrubs for your garden, including fruit, flowering and shade trees, hydrangeas, lilacs, cane fruit, and herbaceous edibles such as strawberries, asparagus, and rhubarb.

Planting bare root plants comes with several advantages: Bare root plants typically cost far less than plants grown in containers or burlap. Bare root plants grow a stronger and wider root system that adapts more quickly in our native soil. Bare root plants arrive in volume, making wintertime the best selection of the year!


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Here’s how it works: All of our bare root offerings are labeled, priced, and heeled (not planted) into sawdust-filled raised beds or tables. Simply lift the desired plant, shake off the sawdust and place it into a plastic bag (located near each bed or table).

To plant: Dig a hole twice the diameter of the root system and no deeper than its length. Make sure the graft union (the collar at the base of the stem) is several inches above the soil. Break up and loosen the soil before replacing it around the roots. Water thoroughly. Stake if necessary.

Have a garden project but don’t know where to begin?  Our knowledgeable staff is happy to assist you with your selections and plant care advice.