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8:00am-8:00pm Fri. & Sat.

5050 SE Stark, Portland, 503-231-5050

9000 SE Division, Portland, 503-788-9000

Portland, OR

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Gift Cards

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A Portland Nursery Gift card makes a great gift any time of year. And we've made it easier for you to purchase one for your favorite gardener. Purchase your card online and we'll send it out for you!

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Hops, Humulus lupulus, are fast-growing perennial vines that grow from the ground to 25’ inside of a single season. The alpha-acids in hop flowers are used to add bitterness and aroma to beer. They also protect against spoilage from bacteria during the brewing process and act as a natural filter to clarify beer.

In addition to their important place in brewing, hops are quite decorative and can make an excellent screen during summer and fall months. Hop roots expand fast, so allow plenty of space!

We are excited to stock a huge selection this year, with several new additions, including Sorachi Ace, Crystal and Yakima Gold!

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Pick up a David Austin rose today!

David Austin English Roses are very easy to grow, healthy and reliable. They combine the forms and fragrances of old roses with the repeat-flowering of modern roses.

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Classes at the Nursery

You can read more about classes all the way into March! on our Classes Page.

At the Nursery

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Citrus is in!

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Sun and Shade Perennials
are rolling in!

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Plant Features

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Container Design for April

Silver Anniversary designed at Portland Nursery using these plants:

1. Chamaecyparis ‘Blue Surprise’
2. Calocephalus brownii
3. Anemone ‘Mona Lisa’
4. Heuchera ‘Glitter’
5. Viola ‘Sorbet White Blotch’
6. Ajuga ‘Black Scallop’

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Pratia is a great choice for pathways and between stepping stones. The seed pods of Pratia attract birds and plants make a good lawn substitute.