21815 SW Farmington Rd
Beaverton, OR 97007
Beaverton, OR 97007
Mon. through Sat. 9am-5pm
Submitted by Andrea on December 5, 2013
When choosing a holiday tree, most folks are traditionalists. Why not think out of the gift box (and beyond the pop-up tree lot) this year and explore new options you have in natural fresh trees?
Just run your fingers through the needles of a Nordmann or Korean fir, and you will pick up on a silvery ‘flash’. These trees have distinct two-toned needles with silver undersides. How beautiful this is with bright red bows and ornaments!
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Many conifers have golden-toned needles or distinctly blue tones. Fine needles, or stiff branches give fun decorating options.
We love the fragrance and feel of natural greenery here at Farmington Gardens! Visit us and explore the natural beauty that fresh trees bring to your home. Santa will be here on Saturdays, December 7th and 14th 2013, so bring the whole family out to choose something traditional or new in your holiday tree.
Submitted by edna on December 4, 2013
From tiny seeds to living gifts ranging in size from topiaries down to bulbs - potted or otherwise-you can be sure to please. Our statuaries, fountains and larger pots might be difficult to hide under the bed until Christmas morning but they will bring a lasting smile.
Our new gift shop carries garden inspired wall decor, unique clothing accessories, as well as soaps and balms from Honey House Naturals to sooth that hard working gardener. Top of the line Felco tools or handcrafted Tuli tools would be a wonderful surprise under the tree or in the holiday stocking.
Stop by Farmington Gardens and breathe in the spirit of the season. Our fresh greens and hand-tied wreaths can help bring it from our place to yours.
Submitted by Andrea on December 3, 2013
Find your needle...we have stacks of choices!
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All plants availability subject to prior sale.
Submitted by edna on November 27, 2013
The holidays are filled with sensual experiences. The colors and scents of greens in your holiday decor add to that experience and create permanent memories for years to come.
Tips on decorating your mantle, what greens can be used and how to make tiny enhancements will be given. Learn the best way to keep your display looking fresh throughout the season.
Stop by to see how to spruce up your mantle from being a blank space to being part of the warm holiday feeling you want your friends and family to experience.
When: Saturday, December 7th, 2013 @ 10AM till 10:30AM
Saturday, December 7th, 2013 @ 2PM till 2:30PM
Where: Farmington Gardens
Register: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503.649.4568
Submitted by Andrea on November 22, 2013
Submitted by Andrea on November 21, 2013
You are invited to join Farmington Gardens on Saturday, November 23rd 2013 at an Open House kicking-off the holiday season. We've bedecked the halls with greenery and holiday display. Walk in to our greenhouse through our Candy Cane Lane to the Gingerbread Ship. Bring friends and family to shop the new Gift Shop filled with poinsettias, houseplants, decorations, ornaments, gifts, and decor.
Thank you to all who attended!
Submitted by edna on November 20, 2013
Mother Nature laid a light frost blanket in most of the area last night with more to come!
Did you know that a cloth thrown over the plants will protect them from that nipping cold?
We carry a Harvest Guard in 5 x 50 feet or 5 x 25 feet lengths which you can lay over a long garden bed or cut as you need and place over your potted planters or any marginally hardy plants.We tend to try to stretch our zonal limits in the Willamette Valley!
This special material traps in the heat to insulate the plants against frost and harsh winds. It can actually maintain the temperature under the Harvest Guard by up to 7 degrees more than the outside air temperature, a big difference once we get in the low 30's. Every degree above freezing counts.
The bonus with the Harvest Guard is that it not only traps in heat but lets through rain. You can use it in the spring to protect young seedlings and all summer to keep insects off vegetables like brassicas. They are truly an investment which can be used and reused year round.
Our Grow Tunnels ( L 10'2" x W 1'8" x H 1'3") are preassembled and easy to use. The sturdy wire frame keeps the cover up off the plants. The ends are elasticated to close and pegs are included to keep this mini house in place. Again, this is a good defense against Mother Nature's frosts because they not only keep the soil warmer but the air too.
The Fleece Grow Tunnel is made of a material which allows more movement of moisture while the Polythene Grow Tunnel keeps the rain off.
Submitted by Andrea on November 15, 2013
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