Welcome Spring!

As many of you already know, Garden Centers and Nurseries have been declared an essential business in the state of Washington. We are doing our best to continue to bring you the highest quality plants in the safest manner possible. We are still open 9-5 Tuesday-Saturday and 11-4 on Sundays. We are doing our utmost…

Don’t Forget: D Avenue Nursery Re-Opens This Saturday!

Have you heard?! D Avenue Nursery will be re-opening our doors for the season this Saturday March 7th 2020! Make sure you stop by to check out all our new inventory and start getting your garden Spring-ready – we can’t wait to help you and share all the gorgeous new plants and flowers we have…

Re-Opening 7th March 2020!

We’re excited to announce that D Avenue Nursery will be re-opening its doors on March 7th 2020!  Our Spring hours will be: 9am – 5pm Tuesday – Saturday11am – 4pm Sunday. We will be closed on Mondays until closer to Easter time (so make sure you check back then!). We can’t wait to share all…

Some Early Spring Bloomers

It might still feel a little chilly out there but we’re starting to see Spring plants and flowers popping up…and we’re excited! To get you feeling inspired and to brighten up your Monday, here are a few of our favorite Spring blooming flowers: Red-Flowering Currant (Ribes sanguineum): this deciduous shrub has something to offer year-round!…

Plant Heather to Help Pollinators

The cold weather can be extremely difficult for native pollinators, but just one simple addition to your garden can make all the difference: heather.  That’s right – this common low-growing shrub can make a huge difference to pollinators throughout the winter AND bring a beautiful, low-maintenance addition to your garden! Heather is part of the…

Gardening Trends 2020

Welcome to the new year! 2020 promises to be an exciting year and decade for us all, so to get you thinking about your garden for this year here are some of the top gardening trends listed for 2020: Working With Smaller Spaces – With more and more people living in condos, apartments and tiny…

Closed For The Season

D Avenue is now CLOSED for the season! We have closed our doors for the winter and will be re-opening in Spring 2020. Until then we would like to say a huge thank-you to all our wonderful customers for choosing to shop with D Avenue Nursery: we truly appreciate you all and thank you for…

Best Trees for Fall Color

One of the things we all love about Fall is the glorious display of color that the trees put on. But which trees put on the best show? Here are some of the top trees for Fall color: Maples. Maple trees are often what we think of when someone mentions Fall trees. Their leaves turn…

HURRY IN! All Plants Now 40% Off!

Mother Nature has made it clear that the end of our season is drawing near, but before we start putting our plants to bed for the winter we want to give you one last chance to stock up before we close. From now until the closing, all plants are 40% off! That’s right, this is…

End Of Season Sale Starts NOW!

The end of the season is fast approaching! Starting on September 15th, we will be offering 25% off all Nursery stock (plants, shrubs and trees only) through our closing date around the 1st November. Unlike previous years there will be no further discount during the remainder of our season, so for the best selection visit…

‘Tis The Season: Chrysanthemums

Chrysanthemums, commonly known as mums, are a classic addition to your Fall plantings. These beautiful perennials do well in pots by your door, as centerpieces for your Fall gathering, or in your garden along borders or rock gardens. The name chrysanthemum literally means “golden flower”, although these days they come in a wide variety of…

Irises: Plant Now For Best Results

We’re giving you 20% off irises at D Avenue Nursery right now, just in time for Fall planting season. This June bloomer does best when it’s planted during night temperatures are consistently around 40-50 degrees Fahrenheit or above, which ensures their roots can become well established before the winter months. Make sure you plant these…