Located in beautiful Skagit Valley, we offer a wide variety of common and uncommon plants, garden accessories, antiques and gifts. Our knowledgeable and friendly staff is here to assist you year-round, seven days a week. We offer seasonal garden tours and host special events and gardening classes. We strive to have our nursery fit seamlessly with the farmland surrounding it and hope it is as inspiring to our customers as it is a place of continual enjoyment for us.
For an eighth season, we will host an outstanding show of local artists from the Stanwood Camano Arts Guild located in our historic 1888 Schoolhouse.
Join Hans Wressnigg of NIWA Japanese-Inspired Landscapes to learn about the role of plants in Japanese gardens and the selection criteria for seasonal beauty, emphasis on texture and subtle shades, as well as the structure of woody plants, which is vital for winter beauty and compositional purposes.
Learn how you can control your food’s growing environment, eliminating the need for pesticides and messy growing mediums by using Aeroponics.
Join expert photographers John and Kathy Willson, for a slide presentation tour of Victoria’s Butchart Gardens
Clemaniac, Laura Watson, will demystify the care and pruning of clematis. Learn how to choose a clematis, how to plant it, what the three clematis pruning groups are, which clematis are the easiest to grow, and which do well in small gardens and containers.
With summer just around the corner, join John Christianson on a stroll among the flowering trees, late season rhododendrons and early roses at the 11 acre English Garden of La Conner Flats, adjacent to our Nursery.
Located under the ‘Big Tent’ and in the 1888 Meadow Schoolhouse. With Skagit farmland, the Cascades and Mount Baker in the distance, our Rose Garden is the perfect setting for a garden party featuring antiques and vintage collectibles gathered together in our very antique one-room Meadow Schoolhouse and under the ‘Big Tent.’
Join us for a fun evening to benefit the new La Conner Regional Library building project, proudly hosted by Christianson’s and presented by the La Conner Library Foundation
Back by popular demand, keynote speakers Ciscoe Morris and John Christianson will talk roses again this year! Before Ciscoe we are pleased that award-winning Horticulturist, Riz Reyes will give a demonstration on using roses in floral arrangements at 11 a.m., followed by the Tri-Valley Rose Society’s lecture on “Growing Roses Sustainably,” all located in the Big Tent.