"The flowers of late winter and early spring occupy places in our hearts well out of proportion to their size."

-  Gertrude S. Wister

A whole world of bareroot plants awaits you at Garland Nursery!

Last week we mentioned we have berries, lots and lots of bareroot berries! For those of you wanting strawberries, we still haven't received them yet but will let you know as soon as they are in.

However, this week we are happy to announce that bareroot grapes, asparagus, horseradish and rhubarb are here and out for sale!

We also have bareroot Fruit Trees!!

We have received most of our order but there are a few varieties that haven't made it here yet. Take a look at our Fruit Tree List below and give us a call or come in to see if we have what you are looking for.


Also, keep in mind we will start potting up our bareroot trees towards the end of February, so if you want $5.00 off the retail price make sure to get them before they are all potted up.

Please click on fruit tree document for a printable version or to view on your mobile device.

It's finally here!

The Mary's Peak Orchid Society Show & Sale!

Please join us here at Garland Nursery for a day filled with exotic orchids. There will be dozens of blooming orchids on display, and numerous vendors will be selling orchid plants, materials, and books. It's a wonderful event that you won't want to miss.

What's looking good at the nursery right now??

Sarcococca also known as Fragrant Sweet Boxwood!

What makes them a valued plant in the garden?

To start, it's a beautiful shrub with glossy, dark green leaves suited for shady areas! It has tiny white early spring flowers that are small, but extremely fragrant and the blooms are followed by bright red ornamental fruit which also gives it summer interest. It's an outstanding choice for dry shade gardens where other plants won't grow, and they are evergreen. 3' H x 5' W

Design ideas:

Fragrance makes this an important shrub around windows, doors and outdoor living areas. Evergreen foliage is also ideal for covering up footings, vents, utilities and other unsightly spots around foundation planting. Deep green foliage is an exceptional background for artistic elements or intensely colored perennials. A great choice for shaded areas between buildings or where there is an influence of large old shade trees.

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