Fall Hours

9:00am to 6:00pm Daily

5050 SE Stark, 503-231-5050

9000 SE Division, 503-788-9000

Portland, OR

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Fall at Portland Nursery

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Small Business Saturday


We are excited to be participating in Portland’s Little Boxes shopping event and prize raffle on Black Friday and Small Business Saturday.

Make a purchase at one Little Box retailer and unlock a 10% discount! Read more about participating retailers, raffle prizes and download the iPhone app (not required for participation) on the Little Boxes website.

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Holiday Happenings

We're primping for the holiday season with hopes you'll come by and see us! We're stocked with all the ingredients you need to make your own beautiful holiday.

We have ideas and inspiration we'd love to share with you! Stop by to see us on Small Business Saturday, November 29! Take a peek at our holiday spirit →

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Holidays at the Nursery

Giving Tree

Holiday Giving Tree

We've put up a Giving Tree in both our locations to benefit three great local organizations with the help of your support!

Select an ornament that reflects the amount you’d like to donate and bring it to the cashier. We'll send a Portland Nursery Gift Card to the chosen organization for that amount.

Read more about the organizations...

For your generosity, you will receive a coupon for $5 off your next purchase of $20 or more!

No time to come in? Call us to purchase a gift card over the phone!

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Parkrose Helping Hands

The holiday season is always a great time to share in the bounty. We have bins at both locations to assist Parkrose Helping Hands in providing to the less fortunate. Drop off your non-perishable food items, as well as new, unwrapped gifts for kids up to age 17.

Bins will be up until December 4.

From the organizers:

“Our families are some of the most in-need in Portland. Shaver Elementary’s free/reduced-cost lunch percentage is nearly 90%. We have a weekly food pantry that many families take advantage of, but, as you know, there are a few weeks off during the holiday season that can be difficult for families who have come to rely on our weekly support. So, every year we make our last Food Pantry in December (this year it’s on Dec. 17th) a big event where we send families home with ample food and even gifts. We rely on our donation bins placed at local businesses and organizations around Portland for most of the food/toys that we distribute.”

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Container Design for November

Hidden Delights

Designed at Portland Nursery using these plants:

1. Heucherella ‘Brass Lantern’
2. Illicum ‘Woodlander’s Ruby’
3. Rosemary ‘Irene’ & ‘7 Seas’
4. Phormium ‘Apricot Queen’
5. Sage ‘Bergarten’
6. Cupressus a ‘Blue Ice’
7. Euphorbia ‘Blackbird’
8. Stipa tenuissima
9. Sedum ‘Firecracker’

We've updated our Container Design Pages to make it easier for you to find just the right design. Begin on our Container Page for tips on container design. From there, you can visit our Container Design Recipe pages.

November Plant Features



Schedule Your Own Wreath Making Party with family and friends. Pick your own day and time in December - have your party at Stark or Division. Or sign up for one of our classes.

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Our 2015 Fruit and Nut Tree Buyer's list has just been published!

Please note: These guides are for planning purposes only. Fruit trees arrive February-March and the lists can change based on crop failures that cause shortages. Varieties sell quickly and we cannot guarantee all varieties to be available. We'll let you know when they start arriving and we ask that you please call ahead to confirm stock.

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Every year as summers bright, showy containers begin to fade, we face a rather harsh reality with our porch pots and hanging baskets, do we really have to refresh our faded summer pots with the drab hues of winter even though flowers continue to bloom in the landscape?