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 October 4th:
Customer Appreciation Day FREE Event!
Saturday October 11th:
Fall & Winter Interest FREE Class!
Saturday October 18th:
Designing with Bulbs FREE Class!
Saturday October 25th:
Putting The Garden To Bed 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 October:
Shrub "Beautyberry" & Perennial "Purple Cyclamen"
"Beautyberry" Callicarpa - It boasts berries that resemble purple pearls and when pruned properly will be covered with them in October. It is easy to grow, prefers full sun and good draining soil and will reach 6-8 feet tall if left alone but can be kept shorter with selective pruning. There are no bugs or diseases that affect it and it is a good filler in the back of a mixed shrub/perennial border.
"Cyclamen Coum" - After a summer dormancy it emerges this time of year with dainty pink or white blooms and one inch round silver foliage and will naturalize nicely in a shade border. Interestingly, it has a symbiotic relationship with ants that help spread it seeds. Easy to grow with no pest issues, it is a fall treat that every gardener should be enjoying in their garden.