Corvallis Garden Center

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Garland Nursery
5470 NE Hwy 20
Corvallis, OR 97330
541-753-6601

Store Hours:
Mon - Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

garland@garlandnursery.com

Halfway between Albany and Corvallis

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Come visit The White Rose Custom Floral Design in their new location within Garland Nursery and be sure to bring home a fresh cut arrangement for yourself.

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Little Sprouts

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Keeping in the holiday spirit, this month’s Little Sprouts will be creating beautiful Holiday swags with fresh greens. These make wonderful displays for your door, window dressings or to be given as gifts. Call (541) 753-6601 to register $5 per child. Please click here to see more events.

 

 

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New Sedum Class, and Ketchup & Fries plant

 

This Season's Top 2 Seed Starting Problems

 

by Beth Benjamin, Horticultural Advisor


We appreciate hearing from anyone who has a problem with their seeds, but early in the season when I get an email that says: "my peas and lettuce are up fine, but the cucumber seeds must be bad because they didn't germinate," it's a good indication that the outdoor temperatures at their garden, especially at night, were simply too cool for the heat lovers like cucumbers. I often hear back a week or two later that the cucumber seeds have come up, it just took longer than expected!

So be strong: resist the temptation to sow seeds of heat loving varieties into your garden until the soil has warmed up and spring weather conditions are warm and settled with outdoor night temperatures consistently in the 50-55° F (10-13° C) range. Rest assured that seeds planted when conditions are warm enough will catch up and surpass stressed seedlings that were planted too early. Don't be fooled by a long warm weekend - wait until the weather has truly warmed up. Read More...

 

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