Best Bloomers for Mid-Spring

Don’t you just love that spring brings continuous waves of color as we progress through the season and different bloom times?  Well we do, and we’ve picked a few of our favorite mid-spring flowers below! 1. Lily of the Valley.  The delicate white bells of this flower give off the most heavenly perfume, and as…

Welcoming April With Annuals

We’re awash with color at D Avenue Nursery this week, and can’t wait to share it all with you! We just got a big shipment of annuals in so make sure you head down here to check out the selection as soon as possible!  Favorites such as geraniums and petunias are popping with color already so grab…

What’s The Deal With Rhodies?

Rhododendrons (often called “rhodies”) are a classic Pacific northwest shrub, well known for their exuberant blooms and for being the floral emblem of Washington state.  But what exactly are they and how can you make the most of them in your garden? The genus Rhododendron is part of the Ericaceae family (which also includes azaleas, blueberries, cranberries,…

Veggie Starts Are In

Homegrown fruits and veggies are experiencing a massive resurgence in popularity, and we are all for it! Picking fresh vegetables straight from your garden is such a pleasurable experience, and with our range of veggies starts at D Avenue Nursery we can help you expand or start your kitchen garden today! Stop by and check…

Get Your Garden Spring-Ready

Finally it seems like spring has arrived (at least for us in Washington!), and we can’t wait to get our hands back in the dirt and do some spring planting! This is one of the best times of year to plant your garden, giving roots time to get established before cold weather returns in the…

Perennial Sale!

D Avenue Nursery re-opens for the season on Saturday March 16th, and here’s one major reason for you to head down there as soon as possible: PERENNIALS! We’re giving you a massive 50% off last year’s perennials, and don’t let their current appearance deceive you.  Avid gardeners among you know that perennials in winter are not…