You’ll find excellent service and selection
at your neighborhood flower shop
You'll find everything from bountiful bouquets, organic vegetable starts, amazing house plants, beautiful wreaths, outdoor perennials, annuals and even planters and vases. All you can imagine from a neighborhood florist and more. We buy direct from growers so we know how every stem, leaf and bloom was grown and cared for. Let us tend to your floral needs, from a kiss-'n-make-up bouquet of flowers to a really big occasion.
North Plains, OR
It began with Jeff Johnson’s love of plants and degree in horticulture: In 1984, he and his wife Evelyn Taylor launched on family land between North Plains and Scappoose. Over the years, the nursery has grown up alongside their children into a flourishing business. Thanks to the six employees they have today, they’re able to grow and deliver a diverse array of varietals for flower-centric holidays like Mother’s Day. Find their gorgeous partial-shade hanging baskets featuring fuchsias, impatiens, begonias and coleus in our floral department.
Just a few miles upriver in Albany, Oregon, this small, family-owned nursery has been growing stunning annuals and perennials for over forty years. Although Ben Verhoeven has recently taken the reigns of the business from his dad, Tom, the philosophy at Peoria gardens remains the same: sustainably grown plants to local, small-scale companies like New Seasons. The current result? A gorgeous array of ornamental kales, from vibrant Red Boar to graceful Coral Prince White.
Forest Grove, OR
Westwind Gardens is a small family farm that offers PlanetWise Plants — beautiful, healthy plants grown in a low impact manner for gardeners who care about the environment. From native plants to heirloom varieties, Westwind provides us with great variety and quality. Did we mention that they adhere to innovative organic and sustainable growing practices? Nice.
Oregon Flowers, Inc.
In 1979, Martin and Helene Meskers moved from the Netherlands to Aurora, Oregon. By 1985, the two opened their version of the American Dream: Oregon Flowers, a greenhouse committed to producing quality cut flowers grown in the Willamette Valley’s amazing topsoil. Today, nearly three decades later, the dream is still going strong: the Meskers are proud American citizens running a bustling family business with their son, Tyler. The Meskers pride themselves on using handpicked, high-end bulbs planted only once in their state-of-the-art facilities—resulting in the best possible flowers. And the blooms are plentiful; Oregon Flowers grows everything from lilies, tulips and Callas to lesser-known seasonal bulbs like the show-stopping giant allium. So consider a decadent 20-stem bunch of Oregon Flower tulips for your Valentine—you’ll be getting top-of-the-line tulips grown, as the Meskers say, with a Dutch touch.
In the Northwest, gardening season doesn’t end when the clouds come out. We’re lucky enough to have a climate that will keep your garden bright well into the winter—even if the skies aren’t—and we’re pleased to feature hardy, beautiful plants from Cedarglen Floral in Damascus, Oregon. Owners Eric and Cherie Siegmund are proud to bring their hand-cultivated organic plants to our stores and your home. They know that great gardens start with high-quality, organic seeds that are raised in the Pacific Northwest, so they can handle our fickle autumn weather! Visit us and stock up on Cedarglen’s striking heucheras in a rainbow of colors and create a stunning fall garden display.
Trans Fair USA
We get our Certified Fair Trade roses through TransFair USA. The label guarantees that the roses are sustainably grown and pesticide-free. Further, thousands of flower growers in developing countries, most of whom are women, receive fair wages. They’re given protective gear when working around flowers, education and childcare. They even receive paid vacation, maternity and sick leave. Further, Fair Trade growers receive a premium of approximately 10% on each sale to invest in community and business development projects.
Log House Plants
Cottage Grove, OR
A vegetable garden will feed your belly, but a cocktail garden will flavor your spirits. Amy Stewart’s “The Drunken Botanist,” featuring cocktail recipes using homegrown ingredients, is taking the gardening world by storm, and Oregon’s own Log House Plants is bringing the book to life. Alice Doyle and Greg Lee are co-founders of the innovative Cottage Grove wholesale nursery that is growing the collections of herbs, fruits and vegetables associated with the book. Alice and Amy have known each other for years. The idea for collaboration came when Amy casually mentioned she’d like to feature a page of plant sources for the book on her website. The friends soon realized there was a much bigger opportunity, and the Drunken Botanist Plant & Seed Collection was born.
Walla Walla, WA
Joan Bateman and Mark Srull of Orchidaceae Inc. began growing orchids as a hobby 30 years ago in Walla Walla, Washington. Now, they sell their stunning flowers with us, the only grocery store in Portland to offer their award-winning orchids. Each orchid comes in a ceramic pot, top dressed with moss. A great gift of nature for friends, family or yourself!
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