January is the month for dreaming


We have some Good News to report,

Bareroot Berries are IN!!

Here is the list of what we received:

Thornless Boysen Blackberries

Thornless Logan Blackberries

Thornless Triple Crown Blackberries

Thornless Black Satin Blackberries

Marion Blackberries

Cherry Red Currants

Consort Black Currants

Crandall Black Currants

Red Lake Red Currants

Primus White Currants

Oregon Champ Gooseberries

Captivator Gooseberries

Black Velvet Gooseberries

Munger Black Raspberries

Amity Everbearing Raspberries

Heritage Everbearing Raspberries

Canby Spring Crop Raspberries

Caroline Everbearing Raspberries

Tulameen Spring Crop Raspberries

Fall Gold Everbearing Raspberries

Tayberry Blackberries

King Edward Ornamental Currants

Here's a little planting advice from the OSU Extension Service's website to help you be successful berry growers:

Handle bare-root plants with care

Bare-root plants need to be kept cool and moist and should be planted within a day or two of obtaining them. It is important to have a plan in mind and the site prepared before heading out into the field.

When you’re getting ready to plant, dip the roots into water to rewet them, then place them into an empty bucket to shelter them. Don’t place water in the bucket, or you’ll drown the roots. Prepare just enough plants for about one hour’s worth of work.

Planting techniques — a big hole isn't needed

Loosen up the soil to break it up. Rather than a big hole, what you need is an opening that’s just large enough to accommodate the roots in a somewhat natural position. Place the seedling into the ground so that the roots hang down and the plant is at the same level as it was at the nursery. Mix starter fertilizer with backfill soil and use a shovel to push soil back into the hole around the roots. Give a little press to help anchor the plant into place.

When planting your bare root berries we recommend:

Espoma's Bio-tone Starter Plus

Once your berries are established we recommend:

Espoma's Berry-tone

*For more information on these products, click on the images above.

To discover more on growing berries, click on the link below to access the

OSU Extension Service's website.

OSU Extension Services

It's true, NEW product is coming in every day!

This week we received:

Regal Art & Continental Art

Both offer an array of fun, playful, colorful and durable metal garden art. Doncha just wanna take one home with ya?!

This also IN!

FoxFarm Soils and Amendments

FoxFarm is passionate about producing the finest soil mixes, fertilizers, and micro-brewed liquid plant foods. Our formulas are greenhouse tested to ensure quality and consistency. FoxFarm takes great pride in delivering uncompromising quality and supreme customer service. We have supplied this consistency to our customers since 1984.

* Click on the pictures below to find out more about each FoxFarm product.

The soils:

The amendment:

On the GIFT front, we welcomed in a new candle line from Bend, OR.

Their soy candles are made with 100% U.S. grown soy bean wax, cotton core wicks, and fine fragrance oils. All of their candles are vegan, gluten-free, paraben-free, and phthalate-free - always.

We think you will be pleasantly surprised by the quality and fragrances of these candles. Stop by and smell them ALL today!

Witch Hazel

Why do you want one??

For one, they are a stunner in the winter landscape and two, they have a wonderful fragrance. You're likely most familiar with witch hazel for its use in cosmetics or medicinal formulas, but this deciduous shrub is an attractive option for winter landscaping. It produces bright, fragrant, spidery flowers in the fall and winter. It is a very hardy plant and very low-maintenance once established. Nothing more than the occasional watering and pruning is required. You should plant this shrub in early spring or late fall for the best results and a sunny location is ideal, though in very hot areas some afternoon shade will be beneficial.

Below are the 4 varieties we have in stock:

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top to bottom (for mobile)

Hamamelis virginiana

Hamamelis 'Jelena'

Hamamelis 'Diane'

Hamamelis 'Arnold Promise'

Note: The last image is 'Jelena'

Drum Roll Please!

Selected Outdoor Pots

40% off

Yes, you heard right, 40% off!!

Sale will run Jan. 27th - Feb. 12th

We have chosen 5 styles marked down to incredible prices. Note: the sale price will be available in all sizes.

Please see the options below.

Top to bottom, left to right:

Selous Planter in Green Mist and Ocean Green

Pullman Planter in Falling Blue/Aqua

Lewisham Planter in Grey

Speech Planter in Orange

Graves Planter in Cobalt Blue

Coniferous Tree Poem

I am a coniferous tree, big and tall

I have green branches all year long

My roots go deep

My trunk is steep

And all the little birds in me go tweet tweet


Conifers are the real show stoppers in the winter garden but they also act as an anchor for deciduous trees and shrubs as well as perennials and annuals during spring, summer and fall. Our tree and shrub buyer, Mitch Goodlove-Pyles has picked his top 5 conifers that are looking quite lovely right now. Here they are...

#1 'Murray' Leyland Cypress

Murray Cypress are a fast growing evergreen trees that are used as a hardier substitute for Leyland Cypress. Quick growing evergreen, the Murray Cypress has branches that are stronger than the Leyland Cypress as well as being more disease resistant and resilient to fungus. 30'-40' H x 6'-10' W

#2 'Baby Blue' Spruce

The Baby Blue Spruce tree adds cool color and phenomenal texture. Just like its parent tree, the Baby Blue Spruce is a hardy and sturdy tree. It can tolerate extreme cold, high winds, heavy snow, salt, and drought. It is also pest, disease, and deer resistant. 25' H x 10' W

#3 'Forever Goldy' Arborvitae

The durable Forever Goldy is resistant to drought and cold weather. If you need a tree that can stay healthy without the fuss, season after season, this is the arborvitae for you. You'll get the promise of year-over-year success.

10'-12' H x 3'-3.5' W

#4 'Bushes Electra' Cedar

Bush's Electra Deodar Cedar is primarily valued in the landscape for its distinctively pyramidal habit of growth. It has attractive silvery blue evergreen foliage which emerges powder blue in spring. The needles are highly ornamental and remain silvery blue throughout the winter. 35'-40' H x 15' W

#5 'Moonglow' Juniper

Moonglow Juniper does well in both acidic and alkaline soils, and it isn't picky about soil texture. This tree is pest and disease-resistant and, it makes an excellent windscreen or privacy hedge. 20' H x 5'-8' W

Here's some worthy events to add to your calendar...

All of the above pruning classes will be given at Garland Nursery.

We hope to see you here!

Just a reminder, Little Sprouts will now be in-house this year.

We will no longer be doing the take-home kits.

Look at Fanta's new digs. A cat hammock!

Everybody with a cat needs one!

You can find them right here at Garland Nursery.


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