Corvallis Garden Center
Albany Garden Center as Well!
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5470 NE Hwy 20
Corvallis, OR 97330
Mon - Fri 9 am to 6 pm
Saturday 9 am to 5 pm
Sunday 10 am to 5 pm
Halfway between Albany and Corvallis
At this month’s Little Sprouts we will be taking a nature walk through our beautiful gardens and picking our favorite flowers to create a pressed flower book. Registration required. Call (541) 753-6601 to register. $5 per child. Please click here to see more events.
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Hot Trends for Decorating the Garden that make Sense
by Kathy Weirich-Zane
With the warm days of summer quickly approaching I’m starting to conjure up images of myself relaxing in my yard. Whether I’m entertaining friends or just hanging out with my husband and our four legged companion Sam, I’m envisioning how I want my space to look, sound, smell and feel. Our outdoor living space encompasses every one of our external senses, which is why I think it is so important to make it a place we love to be a part of. In doing that, there are some hot trends for decorating the outdoors which I plan on incorporating into my own outdoor oasis.
by Karen Hopson
The longer I have gardened, the more I’ve realized that fabulous foliage is far more important than flowers for long term interest in my gardens. Good gardening involves creating year-round interest by having enough evergreen plants for winter structure along with plants that show the glories of spring, the lushness of summer and the fireworks of autumn.
by Brenda Powell
Have you seen the musical (or the 1986 movie version) “Little Shop of Horrors”? Nerdy Seymour works at a florist shop. He buys a plant strongly resembling a venus flytrap, which does poorly until he accidentally discovers the plant thrives on human blood. The plant in true fictional license, screams “Feed me, Seymour, feed me!” Each time it needs more and more blood, and finally flesh. The musical has everything you’d want: catchy songs, a hero you can relate to, and romance.