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Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Wells Medina Nursery Visit. Wordless (almost) Wednesday

"To share and foster the enjoyment of gardening
To seek out the latest and best quality product"
                                                                                                     ( Wells Medina Nursery Statement)

Outstanding selection of gorgeous, healthy plants and garden accessories.
Wells Medina Nursery:  8300 NE 24th Street, Medina, WA 98039

***Copyright 2015 TatyanaS


  1. It's a wonderful nursery! I like to visit at least once a year. I've found some great plants there too.

  2. All the usual suspects just as we'd expect at this time of the year. What a well stocked nursery and nice to see they do some large specimens too. Not something we see here very often.

  3. I have the lilac you took a picture of and, yes, it is a beauty! I'm glad you were able to decide on something to take home with you. I wish I had the constraint that you had. Now, where to put it all so that they will thrive. That's the dilemma of the plantaholic. I'm glad this nursery is so far away, otherwise, the temptation would be too great. Karen Mashburn

  4. I would really enjoy this nursery. So many pretty things to see.

  5. Perfect for a Wordless (almost) Wednesday. Sigh ... I need some garden therapy lately.

  6. Wow, what an extensive nursery! A great resource for those that live close by. Looks like a lot of fun and waaay too much temptation!

  7. Soozie HommachkerSeptember 16, 2015

    Thanks for sharing this fantastic gem! I've moved away from Seattle (sigh), but miss WM. Did you take any photos of the spring bulbs that they have for sale this year? I always went this time of the year to buy something unique and special from their wonderful selection, especially the daffodils!

    1. Wow ! Now I wish summer would start all over again. Looks like a great place to shop.

  8. It looks like an incredible place! I would be there all the time if I lived near it!


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