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.
Some of our upcoming classes have a supply fee. Please check our 'Classes' page for details on each class.
Saturday September 20th:
Fall Lawn Care FREE Class!
Saturday September 27th:
Terrariums FREE Class!
Saturday October 4th:
Customer Appreciation Day FREE Event!
Saturday October 11th:
Fall & Winter Interest FREE Class!
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Owner 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 September:
"Autumn Joy" Sedum & "Ruby Ribbons" Panicum
"Autumn Joy" Stonecrop Sedum - One of the most popular perennials on the market today, this sturdy sedum is as tough as they come. Clumping foliage displays large, plate-like flower clusters that start pink, then gracefully age to rosy russet in the fall, finishing as a beautiful bronze. Seed heads add unique winter interest and food for the birds. A fine addition to the rock garden or mixed border, plus it is butterfly friendly!
"Ruby Ribbons" Switch Grass (Panicum Virgatum) - Switch Grass is one of the easiest and most attractive ornamental grasses, with no tendency to spread or become troublesome. The value of these long-lived and low-maintenance perennials comes from the varied colors and textures of their foliage as well as their striking flower spikes. Panicum Ruby Ribbons’ soft blue-green foliage emerges in the spring on upright, clumping plants. The foliage takes on a wine-red color in early summer, which intensifies as the season progresses. Flower heads appear in late summer, followed by ornamental seed heads, which, if left uncut, provide long-lasting winter interest. From earliest spring into the dead of winter, they offer an arresting display that complements flowering plants while making an elegant statement on their own.