Welcome to Sunnyside Nursery
, established 1948 and located in Marysville, Washington.
We are a local retail nursery that provides all of your gardening needs, from soils,
fertilizers, pesticides, tools, pottery, arbors and trellises, to a fantastic selection of
annuals, perennials, shrubs and trees. With a friendly and knowledgeable staff, we also
have answers! At Sunnyside, we are constantly striving to provide more reasons to
"Come garden with us"
UPCOMING CLASSES & EVENTS
Classes begin at 10am. Advance registration is appreciated. See 'Classes & Events' for class details.
'Roses II: Summer Love' Saturday, June 1st @ 10am.
This Class is FREE.
'Summer Pruning' Saturday, June 8th @ 10am.
This Class is FREE.
Our Plant Pick of the Week: 'Golden Ruby Barberry'
GET YOUR BEAUTY BARK FOR THE SAME PRICE AS THE SUPERMARKETS.... and, loaded for FREE! Only 3 for $10! All year long!
EB STONE ORGANIC & ALL NATURAL 'NATURE'S GREEN' LAWN FOOD... $10 bucks off the 20 pounder & $5 off the 10 pounder. That's about a 35% discount which ain't nothing to laugh about! WE'VE GOT LOTS OF BEAUTIFUL...ceramic pots and even more to come next month! This year we'll be offering all of our pottery at 30% Off all day and everyday!!
We received a special pallet of gorgeous blue ceramic pots and are offering them at 50% off the regular price of $179 for a set of three. There are only 10 sets left and you can get them now for only $89.99 a set. If you snooze you might loose.
For more great offers, ideas, and tips check out our 'What's Hot' page!
MARTI'S CORNEROwner of 'Leaf Lessons' Professional Landscape Design, Marti is Sunnyside Nursery's official Landscape Consultant. We are offering one-hour design consultations by appointment on Saturdays with Marti, free with the purchase of a $100 gift certificate to the nursery.
Plant Picks for May:
This is a fabulous evergreen ground cover that once established will thrive in dry shade. Delicate fairly-like flowers dance above the foliage in early spring followed by mottled foliage. It is best to shear the plant to the ground in late February before the flowers emerge so they donít get lost in the old foliage. Several flower color forms are available, the most common one being yellow. Plant it with other shade loving perennials such as hostas, astilbe, ferns and Bergenia.