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Happenings

gingergold

GingerGold Apples are here!

The Gingergold, already a favorite at our Apple Tasting, is truly exceptional when fresh: Crispy with a tart edge to balance it’s abundant sugar.

Still only 99¢!

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Portland Nursery and BloodWorks Northwest are teaming up to save lives, but we can’t do it without your help! Schedule your appointment online to donate blood at a Portland Nursery location. Be sure to register below or call 1-800-398-7888 for a donation appointment.

9000 SE Division St.
September 12, 2015
10:00am-4:00pm (closed 12:00-1:00)
Register Here.

5050 SE Stark St.
September 19, 2015
10:00am-4:00pm (closed 12:00-1:00)
Register Here.

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We appreciate all that you do for us! We wouldn't be the best without our great customers. Thanks for voting for us!

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Leach Botanical Garden Lectures

The opening Leach Botanical Garden lecture will be presented by Richard Hartlage, the founding principal and CEO of Land Morphology. Hartlage's award-winning, innovative designs are renowned as emotive spaces that incorporate sophisticated horticulture, artful detailing, and historical knowledge that heighten the human experience of the natural world. NOTE: First lecture is at PNCA, see below for date and tim.

Water and Green Infrastructure: Artful and Ecological Treatment of Stormwater with Mike Faha, Principal - GreenWorks
Thursday • September 24 • 7:00pm
Leach Botanical Garden
6704 SE 122nd Ave. • Portland, OR

Thin Places: Gardens That Move You with Richard Hartlage - Principal/CEO Land Morphology
Thursday • October 22 • 6:00pm
Portland Art Museum
1219 SW Park Ave. • Portland, OR

The lectures are a Portland Nursery sponsored event (see below for lecture locations). You can download a pdf of the full lecture schedule and descriptions here.

Read the full description of the first lecture on the Leach Botanical Garden Website.

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At the Nursery

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Pixie Grape Sale
Regularly $29.99-$34.99
Now $19.99.

Pinot Meunier Purple or Pixie Grapes are the 'mini' versions of the dark-berried grape variety most famously used making Champagne. Full grown at 18-24" tall. Non-GMO/GEO. Pixie Grapes is the first line of dwarf grapevines and produce dozens of grape clusters and are easy to maintain.

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The Citizens of SE Portland, especially the Sellwood neighborhood, have been dealing for several day with an onslaught of small, hungry brown beetles. The epicenter of the outbreak is the Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, where the Loosestrife Beetles were brought in several years ago as a biological control to attack the invasive weed Purple Loosestrife. If you do need to treat a special or more delicate plant, please contact us so we can help you choose the safest, effective product.

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Plant Features

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Delosperma is an excellent groundcover option for rock gardens, parking strips, rock walls - basically anywhere sedums or succulents would thrive.

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Container Design for August

Some Like It Hot designed at Portland Nursery using these plants:

1. Caryopteris ‘Dark Knight’
2. Ceanothus ‘Tuxedo’
3. Stipa tenuissima
4. Senecio greyi
5. Muehlenbecki axillaris
6. Hebe ‘Tricolor’
7. Sempervivum ‘Red Rubin’
8. Salvia micro. ‘Heatwave Glimmer’
9. Sedum u. ‘Turkish Delight’
10.Sedum s. ‘Autumn Fire
11.Acanthus sennii

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Salvias are often later season bloomers that can carry color in the garden until first frost. They can be used in a variety of settings such as containers, hanging baskets, drought tolerant areas and well tended garden beds. Read more about Salvia..