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The glory of gardening: hands in the dirt, head in the sun, heart with nature. To nurture a garden is to feed not just the body, but the soul.


-Alfred Austin


Calling All Vegetable Gardens!

No time to hesitate!

Now's the time to get those vegetable starts in the ground!

We are billowing over with every vegetable start imaginable.

And now is also the time to get those vegetable beds ready!

You might ask, how do I do that?


All you need to do is add some organic matter in the form of compost or amendments and mix well with your existing soil.

Speaking of amendments, we are still running the Harvest Supreme SPECIAL thru May 22nd!!

Buy 3, get the 4th FREE!!

This amendment makes an excellent choice when rejuvenating your beds for new plantings.

Your vegetable starts will also benefit from an organic fertilizer added at the time of planting. We recommend:

Espoma's Garden-Tone & Tomato-Tone


Natural & Organic fertilizer for an abundant harvest

  • Grow delicious cool and warm season vegetables like lettuce, kale, tomatoes, peppers & squash
  • Use for herbs like basil, chives, sage, rosemary, parsley & oregano
  • Long lasting, slow-release feeding with our exclusive Bio-tone Microbes
  • Grow an abundant harvest of nutritious & flavorful vegetables
  • 100% natural & organic ingredients with no fillers or sludges

Natural organic fertilizer for plump, juicy tomatoes

  • Encourages more flowers for best fruit production
  • Proven to promote healthy plant growth
  • Contains 8% calcium to help prevent blossom end rot
  • Long lasting, slow-release feeding with our exclusive Bio-tone Microbes
  • 100% natural & organic ingredients with no fillers or sludges

Plant of the Week!

Ceanothus 'Victoria'

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       Originally found in Victoria, Canada- hence the name. This is one of the most popular shrubs in western Oregon. And rightfully so. This wild lilac sports excellent cold hardiness, prolific flowers, and glossy handsome evergreen foliage year round. A strong growing shrub that can literally explode in growth in rich soil but is much more restrained in poorer mediums. It performs the best in full sun with regular watering for the first couple of years to establish, but once established this is a very drought tolerant plant. Sky blue flowers profusely cover this dense shrub in a haze of color for 3-4 weeks in early summer. Later blooming than most other Ceanothus and cold hardy to about 5ºF. Loved by pollinators of all kinds and is virtually rolling in bees during its fabulous bloom. It is also somewhat deer resistant. Very fast growing to an average of 8' x 8′. However, it does well to pruning and can be kept at half the mature height. Excellent with all west coast natives.

This Just In!! Read all about it!!


We have a lovely new selection of Mandevilla, Bougainvillea, Hibiscus and Citrus.


Pictured above from top to bottom, left to right: Mandevilla 'Alice du Pont', Bougainvillea 'Purple Queen', Hibiscus 'Brilliant' and Citrus 'Makrut' (aka 'Kaffir')

And Natives too!


Pictured above from top to bottom, left to right: Oregon grape, Spiraea 'Hardhack', Salal and Salmonberry

Well if we haven’t peaked your interest yet, how about this…

All Packaged BULBS are now

50% off!!


Please check out our

Special Savings Area

of annuals, vegetables and hanging baskets.


These plants need just a little TLC to provide you with months of pure happiness and satisfaction.


Fanta says, "It ain't easy being purr-fect!"