Portland Nursery brings you the best of the plant world!
Green, gold, prickly or flowery, we love them all. We strive to provide you the best selection and quality of plants and to provide the most information and service that can be found anywhere.
We proudly support local Northwest growers by buying most of our plants from nurseries in Oregon and Washington. Our local growers cultivate all of the best new plant varieties and the have the highest quality standards anywhere.
The Northwest is home to many innovative plant breeders as well, who offer nationally coveted new varieties every year. Showcasing their brilliance is our passion.
We've organized our plants in to sections that we think will most benefit you and your choices for your garden. In each section, we present our favorites, some tips for planting and culture information. Each month we'll be updating this page with what we think will interest you most based on availability, bloom schedule or other plant care ideas.
We'd like to give you a $5.00 reward for bringing us your worn-out poinsettia in January. Good towards your same day purchase.
We don’t care where you bought it, the color it is or the condition it’s in. Dead or Alive you’ll get the REWARD! (One per customer please.)
Brrrrr! Cold winds and a chance of snow!
Here are a few things you can do to protect your garden in winter weather.
Moist roots are much more durable in cold weather than dry roots!
Often our coldest weather around here comes with dry air and clear skies, sometimes with high winds. Make sure the soil around your plants is moist during these times. Moist soil is a better insulator than dry soil. Even if the water in the soil freezes, it is still better off moist.
As the light levels fall and summer weather gets pushed farther and farther into memory, we wonder if our gardens and porches have to look so desolate. The answer is “No!” Celebrate the season with a holiday hanging basket!
At Portland Nursery, we have all the supplies you need to create your own winter basket. Celebrate the season with the smell of conifers!
We love conifers at Portland Nursery. Tall, soft, dwarf or prickly we eagerly anticipate their arrival every fall when they fill our nurseries with bright colors and interesting textures.
Deciding on the right ones can be tricky, so we've compiled a guide to help you make decisions.
Portlanders are lucky to live in a city with so much green space. Our combination of rivers, parks and mild climate allows Portland to host a vast array of birds and wildlife.
Birds are attracted to areas where the three basic needs of Cover, Food and Water are met.