Date Change: Nursery Re-Opens March 16th

Although we’d love to pretend Winter is gone, it seems to keep coming back out to play.  Because of this we’ve decided to move our re-opening date to March 16th 2019.   By that point we hope the snow and freezing temperatures will be gone for good and we can help you get your Spring planting…

Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

We might have returned to the depths of winter here in Washington, but Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! If you want to branch out from the traditional flowers and chocolates, why not check out some gift inspiration from Garden Design Magazine? The best part is that their list includes several DIY and online…

Top Plant Picks of 2019

February has brought the snow with it here in Washington, just as you may have been thinking Spring was coming early!  It is on it’s way though so to get you in the mood and inspire you, here are some of the trendiest plants for 2019 (voted this year’s National Plant of the Year award…

Best Gardening Books

It’s getting close to Christmas but if you’re still looking for that perfect gift to give your green-fingered friend, why not opt for a great book that can be helpful and inspirational? Check out the links below for some of the top-rated gardening reads from 2018: The Spruce’s 7 Best Gardening Books of 2018 Amazon…

Plant Gift Picks

Even the best gift-giver can sometimes run out of inspiration, particularly during the holidays.  So instead of just buying the same old “stuff”, why not give your loved ones plants this year? A living plant in the depths of winter can be a much-needed boost of cheer reminding us of warmer days to come, as…

Spotlight on Poinsettias

Poinsettias have become synonymous with Christmas and the holiday season.  With flowering that is triggered by shortening days and glorious bright colors, these flowers have become a household favorite at this time of year.  But did you know that this cold-weather classic is actually native to Central America?! History: Euphorbia pulcherrima were introduced to the U.S….