Small, round, bright green leaves from a snowberry plant.
Bright red flowers from a hollyhock plant.

Seasonal plant sales

Audubon Society Native Plant Sale
Native plant sale hosted by and benefiting the Audubon Society of Portland. Open to the public. April

Backyard Habitat Program Native Plant Sale
Bi-annual sales offering steep discounts on native plants. Available only to Backyard Habitat participants. Spring/Fall

EMSWCD Native Plant Sale
Native plant sale hosted by East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District. Open to the public. January/February

Hortlandia by Hardy Plant Society of Oregon
Two days of plants and hand-crafted garden art from across the Pacific Northwest. April

Marisha's Permaculture Plant Nursery
Vegetable starts, medicinal and culinary herbs, berries, edible flowers, and more grown in SE Portland using organic practices following permaculture principles. Spring/Summer/Fall

 


 

Year-round garden centers

North & NE Portland
Fang & Feather (N Lombard Ave)
Garden Fever (NE 24th Ave)
Livingscape* (N Vancouver Ave)
Marbott's Greenhouse & Nursery (NE Columbia Blvd)

SE Portland
Naomi's Organic Farm Supply (SE Powell Blvd)
One Green World (SE 134th Ave)
Portland Nursery* (SE Stark St & SE Division St)
Xera Plants (SE Clay St)

Westside
Bosky Dell Natives (SW Bosky Dell Ln, West Linn)
Cistus Nursery (Sauvies Island, Portland)
Dennis' 7Dees* (SW Bunter Rd, Portland)

Outside of Portland
Echo Valley Natives (Oregon City)
Swan Island Dahlias (Canby)

*Nurseries that also offer workshops/classes.

Small white flowers above green leaves and brown stems.
A peach colored dahlia flower.
 


 
Six seed packets.

Online seed catalogs

Adaptive Seeds* - www.adaptiveseeds.com
Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds - www.rareseeds.com
Botanical Interests - www.botanicalinterests.com
Johnny’s Selected Seeds - www.johnnyseeds.com
Renee’s Garden - www.reneesgarden.com
Seed Savers Exchange - www.seedsavers.org
Territorial Seed Company* - www.territorialseed.com
Uprising Seeds* - www.uprisingorganics.com

*Companies based in the Pacific NW.

 


 

"When the world wearies and society fails to satisfy,
there is always the garden."

-- M. Aumonier --