And don't think the garden loses its ecstasy in winter. It's quiet, but the roots are down there riotous.


You heard it here first!

We've got Bareroot Berries!!

We are thrilled that our bareoot plants are starting to arrive. So far we have several berry varieties to choose from (except, strawberries and grapes). This year we will only be able to provide you with potted grapes and they won't be available until April. As for strawberries, we should be seeing those late next week!

Some NEW eye candy in our Houseplant Sanctuary

We get very excited about houseplants around here. Well, we get excited about ALL plants, but this week we are especially excited about houseplants. Our Houseplant Sanctuary is looking very lush and full and is overflowing with new plant babies ready to find their forever homes. Listen up students! According to a study by the National Library of Medicine, "Interaction with indoor plants may reduce psychological and physiological stress by suppressing autonomic nervous system activity in young adults." If that's true, then we could all use more indoor plants for every room in the house!

And remember, we also have watering cans, houseplant fertilizers, saucers, cute indoor pots, moss, stakes, self-watering stakes, misters and soooo much more!

If you're in the neighborhood and need some decompressing then stop in and visit our Houseplant Santuary.

Next Weekend!!

Mary's Peak Orchid Society Annual Orchid Show and Sale

Saturday, February 3rd, 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

Plant of the Week...

Mt. Aso Pussywillow

A true show stopper, this mounded willow makes an ideal focal point in the winter garden, thanks to its arching habit and remarkable display of big, soft, pink, fuzzy catkins in March and April. Its flowering branches are in high demand in early spring and look terrific when cut and added to a vase. And, to make this plant sound even better, it is easy to grow and fast growing.

Beeswax Bars from Coffman Farms

As many of you know, we carry the best raw honey in town currated by Coffman Farms. Well, they have been very busy bees indeed, and are now making beeswax bars that have a multitude of uses and is available right here at Garland Nursery! Check it out...

  • Lip balm
  • Healing Salve
  • Prevents Rust (coat gardening tools, shovels, etc.)
  • Cheese Waxing
  • Waxed Thread (strengthens /waterproofs)
  • Coat Nails & Screws (keeps wood from splintering)
  • Lubricant for Sliding-Glass Doors, Windows or Drawers, even a stubborn Zipper
  • Beeswax Crayons (d.i.y. recipes on the internet)
  • Batiking (method of fabric dyeing)
  • Waterproof Boots, Leather, Canvas
  • Grease Cookie Sheets
  • Furniture and Granite Countertop Polish
  • Reusable Food Wrap (alternative to plastic wrap)
  • Prevents Bronze from Tarnishing
  • Wood Conditioner for Bowls and Cutting Boards
  • Wax Fly-fishing Lines (so they float)
  • Make Long Lasting Candles that purify the air as they burn
  • Encaustic Painting (painting with pigmented wax, layering into a collage)

New, Fun, Practical and Delicious in the Gift Shop...

Re-usable grocery bags and honey caramels by Anellabees.

The re-usable grocery bags are simply adorable and fold into a little pouch perfect for stuffing into a pocket or purse. As for the honey caramels, irresistible!!

To learn more about this cute family business just click on the link below.


33rd Annual Insights Into Gardening

Presented by

Benton County Master Gardener Association

There will be classes for new and experienced gardeners, as well as exhibits, bookstore and raffle.

Online registration opens Jan. 2nd

 Saturday, February 10, 2024

 LaSells Stewart Center

875 SW 26th Street, Corvallis, OR 97331

To find out more information please visit:

See you there!

So glad that ice storm is over!! Retractable claws can only do so much!


Open: Mon - Sat 9am - 5pm, Sun 10am - 5pm

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