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
Row Sale, Oct. 24 to Oct. 26
Little Sprouts: Fresh Green Arrangements, Nov. 8 - 11 am
Ladies Night Out, Nov. 21 - 4 pm to 7 pm
Holiday Open House, Nov. 22 & 23
Deck Your Containers with Holiday Spirit, Nov. 22 - 1pm
Cut Fresh: Using Greens and Landscape Trimmings, Nov. 23 - 1pm
CIBA: “Buy Local First, Nov. 29
Roses are White and Roses are Pink.
Thats is just what we are .... tickled Pink that The White Rose will be relocating to Garland Nursery this October. Keep on checking in for updates or visit The White Rose website and send some flowers while you are at it.
This month our little sprouts are getting into the Halloween spirit by painting fresh-picked pumpkins. Ghouls, goblins, jack-o-lanterns… or beautiful butterflies, it’s their choice! Registration required. Call (541) 753-6601 to register $5 per child. Please click here to see more events.
Give the loved one in your life a gift they will truly enjoy ... a Garland Nursery Gift Card. Available in any denomination, they never expire ... just like your love.Click here to order gift card.
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Diva Arrives and More
by Brenda Powell
All of us at the nursery breathed a collective sigh of relief on Tuesday when the cooler, rainy weather arrived. The nursery staff, like the rest of Oregonians, runs the gamut of cool lovers to heat seekers. After a long run of 85-100 deg days, we were all sick of watering and sweating. The plants were happy, too. Many of them sprung back to life, looking almost fresh. Don't get me wrong, I like the sun as much as the next person. July-October are my favorite months of the year. I have greater mental and physical health in the warm, sunny weather than the cool, rainy stuff. But sometimes it is just nice to get a break.
One benefit of the cooler temperatures was that I baked the zucchini rellenos I featured in last week's blog. I shouldn't admit that I wrote about them before I actually tried the recipe. I trusted the source and the recipe looked simple enough. And it turned out nicely. My husband and I enjoyed it. But I made some discoveries. "4 medium zucchinis" is open to interpretation and the size of the zucchini impacts the baking time. I had to bake mine an additional 10 minutes. Also, the recipe did not specify whether to peel and seed the tomatoes for thesauce. I did not and it turned out nicely, but doing so might yield a more attractive sauce. As in past experience, I was surprised at how sweet homemade tomato sauce is.