Working Together with You for Gardening Success!Listed below four ways Garland Nursery can help!
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Just in are these Osteospermums which are relatively new to most gardeners, and were almost unheard of 25 years ago. They have risen in popularity in the last decade as they have become more commercially available. Osteospermums have now become very popular as summer bedding plants, either to put in the border or in pots. We have even used the prostrate varieties in hanging baskets to good effect.
A beautiful new arrival are these daleas. Dahlias are in the Asteracea plant family, native to Mexico and South America. They’re named for the Swedish Botanist Andreas Dahl. They begin to bloom in June, peak between August and September, and can bloom through November.
We have just received some new pieces of garden art from Rustic Arrow which will make a grand statement in your yard. There are 10 foot tall giraffes and these fun pink pigs.
We just received a small shipment from Stanley and Sons Nursery, a wonderful conifer grower in Oregon. In our boxes we got some Golden Shimpaku Juniper, Satsuki Azaleas, and lots of cool pines.
Our TeamListed below our awesome team members!
I have been a volleyball coach for 37 years. Including Head coach and 3 different universities for 25 years and coach Olympic teams for the other 12 years. Now I coach Bonsai.I have been doing bonsai for 10 years I am an avid runner, outdoor enthusiast, I love good wine, good beer, and good people.
I lived in California and have been in Oregon for about 20 years. I’ve been part of the Garland family for about 3 years now. I really enjoy working here and learning more about plants and flowers. I have a landscaping background and I take care of the grounds.
I’ve lived in Oregon for about 20 years and enjoy working in the garden taking care of my plants. I’ve been working here for about 4 years now and really enjoy it. I love watching the seasons change and all the different plants and flowers throughout the year. I help with planting, watering and keeping our flowers beautiful.
This is my 8th year at Garland Nursery. It is truly a pleasure to work here and I love what I do. A large part of my time is spent growing annuals, perennials and herbs from plugs and seeds. I also help customers find the best plants for their gardens.
Howdy! I grew up playing in the forests in the southeast United States and have been in love with the wonders of nature ever since. I worked at a nursery in Austin, Texas for years and bought and ran a small farm outside of the city for the last seven years. My husband was accepted to the Horticulture Ph.D. program at OSU and we moved up to Oregon last fall. I love everything about the Pacific Northwest and Garland Nursery. My spirit shrub is Barberry (Berberis), it is stunningly beautiful but prickly.
After being a longtime Garland customer, I had the opportunity to join this remarkable staff. It’s been an honor and a pleasure to work alongside such talented and knowledgeable people. I bring my artistic design background and enthusiasm to my job where I get to design planters, do display and help customers with their unique planting needs. Each day is an opportunity to learn new things about plants, trees, edibles and environmental issues pertinent to our region. I look forward to helping you create your special place of beauty.
I love to garden, cook, write, sing and dance. At the nursery you will find me in the office or at the cashier desk. I have the privilege of overseeing accounting and bookkeeping, inventory, computer technology, the rewards program, and advertising and promotion. I enjoy working with my sister, Erica, to help her order, price, and receive the non-living items sold at Garland Nursery. Sometimes I even get to order myself-seeds and bulbs. Also, I’m the human mother of Diva and Tank.
Guest bonsai expert, Dr. CJ “Bud” Weiser is the former head of the horticulture department and Dean of College of Agricultural Sciences at Oregon State University. Since retiring 23 years ago Bud has pursued his artistic interests in styling, growing, and selling finished bonsai trees and sculpting in stone and bronze. Bud works one day a month in the bonsai department and occasionally teaches bonsai classes.
This spring begins my 24th year at Garland Nursery. I enjoy helping our customers find “Just the right thing”, caring for plants, setting up displays and entering the plant material into the inventory. I also order the Roses and some of the outdoor Christmas items.
Working with a great group of very talented people makes this a very special place.
I started working here in May of 1990 in the annual house, then moved on to roses & shipping wreaths in the winter. I left in 1998 when my daughter was born & I moved away. I came back in 2007 as a cashier. I’m now in charge of the pharmacy (Garland’s pest solution center). I love gardening and grow primarily fruits & vegetables. My special interest is insects, but my favorite garden creatures are spiders, especially hopping spiders.
I’ve always felt a strong connection to plants, and it is my delight to work with their beauty and energy as a buyer, designer, and consultant. I’m grateful to have worked at Garlands since 2004, and for being outside with the changing of the flora all year. My school age sons and partner share my enthusiasm for things that grow, bear food, and beautify our world.
I studied horticulture and botany at Rutgers and transferred to Oregon State where I met my husband. We lived for 32 years on the OSU Vegetable Research Farm that my husband manages. We raised our 2 sons there and I planted a large, lush garden filled with my favorite plants. I started working at Garland Nursery in 1989 where I now order conifers, trees, shrubs, vines and fruits. We have moved to NW Corvallis where I am planting a new garden to sustain my passion for plants.
I’ve worked at Garland Nursery for a “long time”, meaning before computers. I’m in charge of houseplants and water plants, and have stuck my nose into just about every aspect of the business over the years. If you call Garland, I’m likely to answer.
I originally applied at Garland Nursery because of my love of plants. However, my hidden talent of beautifying my surroundings soon was unveiled and implemented at the nursery. When I’m not spreading my magical fairy dust around the nursery, I help in the office with ordering, creating signage, data entry and coordinating special events.
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Imagine it is late January or early February and you look out your window to see purple, white and striped crocus blooming in your flower bed. Next come the daffodils spreading their golden cheer around. In March, the parade of tulips begin-bright red, orange, purple or pink. When these spring beauties bloom in my landscape […]
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It’s a funny thing about life and gardening, they return to their beginnings. So it is with bonsai at Garland Nursery. We have enjoyed a good relationship with Wee Tree Farm and then Wee Tree, LLC. since 1986, both separate businesses with wonderful owners. However, that’s not where Garland Nursery’s connection to bonsai began. It […]
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At the nursery, we’re always busy. In the spring, it’s a whirlwind of customers and plants coming in and going out. When the weather slows down the sales, we’re still working away getting ready for next year. We play catch up with the office work. We deep clean. We reorganize and redo displays for a […]
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