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Sunday 10am - 5:00pm
We will be closed on Easter Sunday, April 5th
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Fresh Digs Featured Plant
Picea orientalis 'Gowdy'
Type: Evergreen, slow-growing tree
Height: 10' Tall by 5' Wide
Light: Full sun
Seasonal Interest: Glossy dark green needles, ornamental cones
This slow growing conifer has a narrow upright form with glossy dark green needles and deep plum colored cones. This is a graceful conifer is a jewel in the winter landscape.
Corkbark Fir Abies lasciocarpa var. arizonica
Abies koreana 'Silberlocke' Variegated Korean Fir
White Bark Birch Betula jacquemontii
Persian Iron Wood Parrotia persica
Korean Fir Abies koreana
Serbian Spruce Picea omorika
Purple Leaf Plum Prunus 'Thundercloud'
Van den Akker Weeping Alaskan Cedar Chamecyparis nootkatensis 'Van den Akker'
Weeping Alaskan Cedar Chamaecyparis nootkatensis 'Pendula'
Blue Weeping Alaskan Cedar Chamaecyparis nootkatensis 'Glauca Pendula'
Time to Refresh Your Containers
It's Time to Fertilize and Enrich your Soil For Lush Landscapes and a Bountiful Harvest!
We offer a wide selection of high quality
Dr. Earth organic fertilizers for all of your garden needs.
You will also find Gardner N Bloome Soil Building Compost and Harvest Supreme which will improve your soil texture and fertility. We can't say enough about this wonderful line of quality soil amendments.
Stop by the nursery today to learn more about these excellent additions to help your garden thrive.
McAuliffe's Valley Nursery is Going Social!
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Instant Spring! Just add Color...
We have a beautiful selection of potted up bulbs bursting with color. They make a wonderful gift or quick pop of color to your containers or landscape.
It's that time again...
time to plant your bare root fruit!
A Great Selection of Garden Statuary
Welcome back Spring! It is an inspiring time of renewal in our gardens and a time when we become inspired to refresh and redesign our containers. Whether at a front entry way welcoming your guests or on your patio bursting with edibles from greens to herbs. Whichever is capturing your imagination at this time of year you are sure to find some inspiration at our nursery today. We are bursting with fresh spring color and interesting textures and foliage to take you through many months to come.
Feel inspired but your schedule to full to find the time to update your containers? Misty, our talented in house designer, is happy to help.
We offer a wide variety of high quality pottery if you are ready for a change or you are also welcome to bring in a favorite planter of your own.
Stop by the nursery today or give us a call to learn more about this special service.
We have a wide variety of garden statuary and accents to adorn your garden. They make wonderful gifts for your favorite gardener.
Our Edibles Section is Bursting
at the Seams!
Stop by today to start your edible garden or containers. We have an amazing selection of edible vines, bare root fruit, veggies and so many starts to get your garden going!
In addition, we have a wonderful selection of seeds, flowers, herbs and veggies and so much more if you would like to start your own from scratch.
Stop by today to see all of the delicious delights!
Plants that Attract Mason Bees
The Gentle Mason Bee
This native spring pollinator is easy to care for, is not aggressive and rarely stings. They are better pollinators than honey bees. In addition, they are less susceptible to the diseases affecting honey bees, and they do not create hives, swarm or make honey.
Hibernating through winter in small liner tubes in nesting boxes, they emerge in spring when the day time temperatures reach 50 degrees and they get right to work pollinating your fruit tree blossoms.
Mason bees can fly 300 to 600 feet to find flowers, so the nests can be placed some distance away from the food source, although they will thrive when close to their food.
These charming friends of the gardener are a wonderful addition to any home orchard!
* Ribes sanguineum - Red flowering currant
* Pieris japonica - Lily of the Valley shrub
* Vaccinium ovatum - Evergreen huckleberry
* Vaccinium corymbosum - Deciduous blueberry
* Erica- Winter blooming heather/heath
* Cercis Canadensis - Red bud tree
* Sambucus racemosa- Elderberry shrub
Have arrived and are ready to pollinate your blooming fruit trees!
Bare Root Edibles are here!
Stop by to see what is fresh for the planting.
Now is the time to start your seeds! Stop by for all of your seeds starting supplies and see our expanded selection of Botanical Interest seeds.
Our Archived Newsletters from Days Gone by...
I started Pacific Skunk Works in 2001 on the premise of creating useful, multi-functional house and garden items from "old stuff for the new millennium". My multi-functional potting benches are one of my many creations using recycled and architectural salvaged materials found locally and throughout the U.S. and Canada. The lumber I have used varies from farm buildings, discarded lumber or used perimeter fencing. I have found lumber that goes back decades that are still good quality and have structural integrity. In the past this scrap lumber would be burned or discarded in some other manner, I have tried to keep them useful and possibly save a tree. The outcome is a weather look showing the character of the wood and the elements it faced in our harsh Northwest environment; painting also gives a slight color variation when white washed for a distressed look with some amazing results in a variety of hues from grime, moss and mildew.
The windows I use range from structural salvage as far away as England, Canada to the U.S. Pulls, knobs, moldings, or bead board are salvaged from antique stores, commercial architectural salvage stores or lucky finds when out exploring or driving around the U.S. I've tried to incorporate all my creations from salvaged to recycled materials except for screws or nails for fastening, even the wood screws are treated for an antique, rustic or weathered appearance.
Stop by the nursery today to see these one of a kinds creations.
Our Featured Artist
Ruben Salazar of
Pacific Skunk Works