Lake Oswego Garden Center

Nestled in the hills of Lake Oswego, this store is a treasure, brimming with trendy and unique gifts including local jams, fragrant candles and handmade terrariums. The manager Joe Kerzel, has been with the company for over 36 years and his knowledge and experience shine in every detail of the store.

The city of Lake Oswego is listed as a Tree City USA, to suit the needs of our neighborhood our Lake Oswego store has an exquisite selection of shade plants to accommodate the sheltered conditions that these stately mature trees provide. Our Lake Oswego store also has an excellent selection of mitigation trees that comply with city tree requirements. In addition, because of the city’s proximity to water we offer a wide selection of natural and safe solutions to reduce an individual’s impact, while still getting results. Our Lake Oswego store offers a nice selection of vegetables, blueberries, herbs and fruit trees for homegrown produce. Lake Oswego is the trendy place to create a garden.

Store Hours
Open every day 9 am to 6 pm

Address
1090 McVey Ave
Lake Oswego, OR 97034

Phone
503.636.4660

Garden Classes


Fall Pruning Clinic

Our clinic will cover fall clean-up, pruning to prevent winter damage & the proper times to prune common landscape plants. We will discuss poor pruning practices & how to retrain/recover plants that have been badly or improperly pruned as well as how to shape/prune an overgrown Japanese maple. $5/person; pre-registration required.

When:
September 27, 2014 from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm

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September Kid's club: Discover How Plants Work - Dissect a Flower

Learn what a plant has in common with a solar panel, how plants gather & store energy and different ways the attract pollinators and reproduce. We will dissect a flower to see some of its important parts and learn their functions. Each child will take home a plant to collect seeds from as they grow and bloom. $5 Pre-registration is required;

When:
September 28, 2014 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

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