Nursery

22 acres of plants for Central Oregon!

 

Nursery Hours

 
 

Current Hours

Monday - Friday 9:00-5:00
Saturday 9:00-5:30
Sunday 10:00-5:00

Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years.

   

 

Questions?

 
 

Please contact us with your questions.

Phone: 541-382-7646

Email: info@landsystemsnursery.com

   

 

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LANDSYSTEMS NURSERY

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Feature Plants

 
 

What is your favorite plant this season?

We were asked to share our favorite plant for this fall season. While there are many that we love to see for their cheerful spring colors there are a few we are really favoring this season.

Years ago Lilacs were easy to find in purple and occasionally white. Now Landsystems has them in pink, purple, lavender, and white. Some even have burgundy fall color for an extra season of color.  Lilacs are available in shrub form for a great background plant or in tree form that is perfect for a patio or small garden. Lilac fragrance is enchanting and one of our favorites for spring color.     

 

 

   

Seasonal

 
 

 

BIRDS & BUTTERFLIES               

        BIRDS & BUTTERFLIES

Attracting butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden is as easy as planting the flowers they like. Plant enough of their favorites so that they can find them easily and return often. But hummingbirds and butterflies need more than just nectar. They need water and shelter.  A semi-protected area by a fence or in a corner will give the feeling of shelter.  Dense plantings will also offer some protection.  A shallow
bird bath or saucer can provide the all important water.  One very important thing to remember about attracting hummingbirds and butterflies is to avoid using pesticides directly on your plants.

1. Attracting Butterflies

Every gardener loves butterflies, but to attract butterflies to your garden, you  have to be willing to feed their off-spring. That means putting up with some damage from feeding caterpillars. If you can deal with this, then make butterflies at home in your garden with water for cooling off, foliage for shelter, host plants for laying eggs, and of course flowers for nectar.

2.  Attracting Hummingbirds

There are several species of hummingbirds and they each have their preferences, but all hummingbirds need nectar-rich plants and water. Hummingbirds love tubular plants that are rich in nectar. A mass planting of vibrant flowers will have your garden humming. Hummingbirds love water, especially if it is moving. A gentle mist from a nearby fountain or waterfall is sure to attract them to your garden.

Click here for more information on butterfly attracting plants. ttracting butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden is as easy as planting the flowers they like. Plant enough of their favorites so that they can find them easily and return often. But hummingbirds and butterflies need more than just nectar. They need water and shelter.  A semi-protected area by a fence or in a corner will give the feeling of shelter.  Dense plantings will also offer some protection.  A shallow bird bath or saucer can provide the all important water.  One very important thing to remember about attracting hummingbirds and butterflies is to avoid using pesticides directly on your plants.

   

   

Edibles

 
 

Landscaping with edibles is a great trend and it is amazing how much seasonal interest they provide in addition to a delicious treat.

 

We have a fantastic selection of edibles that include:

Strawberries          Blackberries          Gooseberry

Blueberries            Raspberries          Currant

        Rhubarb                  Herbs             Serviceberry

Elderberry             Chokeberry          Apple

Pear                      Cherry                  Plum

      Peach                      Apricot         Asparagus