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5470 NE Hwy 20
Corvallis, OR 97330
Mon - Fri 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Halfway between Albany and Corvallis
The availablity on these plants changes from year to year. We carry all that we can find available.
*Please Note: Inventory Subject to Change
If a plant is listed here, it means we have carried it at one time. The plant may be sold out or unavailable.
Garland Nursery is a retail establishment only.
We do not ship plants.
Morning glory(Ipomoea purpurea)-This climber comes in shades of purple, crimson, pink, white, or blue. Grows to 8 feet on arbors, trellises, gazebos ;blooms with lots of color all summer long.
Sweet peas-Old-fashioned sweet peas look lovely on a rustic trellis or on a fence. Start from seeds or starts in spring after danger of frost has past.
Cup and saucer vine (Cobacea scandens)-Purple or cream tubular bells are produced all over this plant in late summer
Glory Flower (Eccremocarpus scaber)- Evergreen perennial to 12 feet. Hardy to zones 9-11. Clusters of fiery orange, carmine, or yellow tubular flowers light up the garden in summer.
Crimson starglory (Mina lobata)-Tubular flowers are red in bud and when newly open, then fade to orange and eventually yellow. Plants show all three colors at once often in the same flower spike.
Scarlet Runner bean (Phaseolus coccineus)-Makes an elegent statement with its brilliant red flowers contrasted with deep green leaves. The pods are edible, too-pick them very young or wait and use them as shell beans. Scarlet runner bean grows best where summer weather is not too hot.
Purple bell vine or wedding night flower (Rhodochiton atrosanguineum)- This interesting climber to 6 feet Pinkish maroon flowers with dangling tubular deep purple parts hang all over this fine. Blooms all summer.
Black-eyed Susan Vine (Thunbergia alata)-A twining tender perennial to 6 feet. Will climb a trellis or can ramble happily on the ground. The dark-eyed flowers come in gold, orange, and creamy white.
Nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus)-Old-fashioned trailing varieties will climb or sprawl to 8 feet. The richly colored flowers are lightly fragrant and are also edible as are the leaves which have a peppery tang similiar to watercress.
Canary Creeper (Tropaeolum peregrinum)- The 10 foot vines are covered all summer with bright yellow flowers that look like tiny birds roosting amid the foliage. This delicate plant looks best on a fence or trellis.