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.
Join wreath-making extraordinaire, Laura Campbell in this hands-on workshop to learn how to create a beautiful rose hip wreath for your holiday decorations.
Landscape designer, Janaki Kilgore will present a permaculture perspective, offering practical examples and inspiring images of Salish Sea gardens.
oin Ani Gurnee of Aulos Design to learn how different hedging plants create distinct ecosystems that can support a variety of wildlife in your garden.
Artists, live music, fresh cider and cookies fill the weekend at Christianson’s Nursery. (Some events are Saturday only.)
Hans Wressnigg of NIWA Japanese-inspired Landscapes will teach you the fundamental principles of making a powerful geological statement with rocks and the Japanese tradition of using plants to evoke the beauty and essence of the natural world
Join John Christianson on a casual tour to enjoy and learn about many great conifers in the nursery’s display gardens and at adjoining La Conner Flats
Father Christmas will be in his red sleigh nestled among the trees in the South Greenhouse at Christianson’s Nursery.
eck the halls with ease by using wreath-making machines and getting the practical and inspiring help of designer Karen Harper.
Share in a holiday tradition in Christianson’s 1888 Schoolhouse with tea, cider and assorted delicacies, a forest-theme décor, candlelight and the live music of autoharpist Bob Harper and violinist/cellist Dennis Burkhardt
Beginning the Sunday after Thanksgiving, two wreath-making machines will be available for complimentary use every day.
Using an example of a complete make-over, Hans Wressnigg from NIWA Japanese-Inspired Landscapes will explain the stages from inception and realization, demonstrating how a Japanese-inspired garden arises
Come hear wildlife biologist Martha Jordan describe these amazing birds – the largest waterfowl in the world – and Skagit Valley’s best places to view them
Come learn more about their fascinating life history and challenges with wildlife biologist Martha Jordan, who is Executive Director of the Northwest Swan Conservation Association.