This family nursery in Damascus, Oregon, was founded over 55 years ago and spans four generations.
Annuals, including more than 100 varieties of fuschias, are the forte at this nursery in Woodburn, Oregon.
New owner Darin Cox carries on the shade tree legacy of founder Gary Brooks.
Collaboration with a diverse set of customers has been key to the success of this grower in Molalla, Oregon.
The Oregon Association of Nurseries is now accepting nominations for the Oregon Nurseries’ Hall of Fame. Nominations are due January 13, 2017 and can be submitted online. The Oregon Nurseries’ Hall of Fame was established to honor and recognize individuals who have been instrumental in the development of the Oregon nursery industry, have brought credit […]
The 2017 Farwest Show, in response to the needs and wishes of 2016’s 400-plus exhibitors and 6,000-plus attendees, has announced improved days and times for the show. Farwest 2017 will now take place Wednesday, August 23 through Friday, August 25. Show Expo hours will be noon–5 p.m. Wednesday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Thursday, and 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Friday.
Take a tour of some of the state’s top nurseries and greenhouse operations in our annual Nursery Country issue.
In 1994, an ambitious college student named Carson Lord started his nursery. Today, the OAN past president ships container and B&B material to 20 U.S. states and Canada.
Dave and Kathy LeCompte have found a niche in growing seedlings for Christmas tree farms and timber operations, and native plants for restoration and remediation projects.
Mike and Lori Hanson are proud, third-generation growers of conifers, broadleaf evergreens and deciduous trees and shrubs in Aurora, Oregon.