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With less than 7 weeks left, we are starting to prepare for sunny days spent with our hands in the dirt. Scroll below for our annual bare root sale and seasonal garden tips!
Garden Seeds Have Arrived!
It's the most wonderful time of the year - seed season is here! We are thrilled to announce that we have the *widest* selection ever of heirloom, organic and local seeds — all handpicked for growing in our PNW climate!
All around the region seeds are in short supply due to extremely high demand, in part from covid (we love new gardeners!). Now is the time to plan ahead to get what you need for the growing season. As always, we are here to answer any questions you might have about varieties, seed starting and planting.
To celebrate this exciting time of year, we put together our own version of a seed catalog featuring our wonderful suppliers. Scroll below for the virtual catalog and stop by to wander through the rows of seeds in person.
Virtual Seed Catalog
Scroll below for some of our favorite varieties to plant and eat – together or separate!
This is just a small sampling of what we have - stop by to wander through the rows of seeds in person and plan your garden!
Bare Root Fruit & Nut Trees: Lowest Price of the Year!
Never planted a bare root tree before? Instructions can be found below, along with a complete list of our fruit trees and potted roses available. Bare root trees are easier to plant and transport now, which means we offer them at a lower price than when they are potted later in the spring.
1. Dig a shallow, wide planting hole.
2. Mix the native soil with Planting Compost at a ratio of up to 50/50. Add a good starter fertilizer to the soil mix. We recommend E.B. Stone Organics Planting Compost which is full of beneficial microbes and mycorrhizae at the ratio recommended on the box.
3. Spread the roots evenly in the hole, then back fill with your soil mix. The first roots should be just slightly below the surface of the soil. Be sure not to bury the graft!
4. Water well.
5. Trees should be lightly staked for about one year and may need protection from rodents and deer.
6. Water new trees and shrubs as needed the first year.
25% OFF Bare Root Stock
Bare Root Trees arriving at the nursery mean that Winter will soon be drawing to a close and Spring is just around the corner! This is also the time when we have the widest selection of fruit and nut trees available at the best price – pruned and ready to plant!
Never planted a bare root tree before? Instructions can be found by clicking the button below, along with the full list of our available bare root fruit and nut trees. Bare root trees are easier to plant and transport now, which means we offer them at a lower price than when they are potted later in the spring.
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