Spring Store Hours:
Monday-Saturday 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Sunday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
A little about us
13thStreet Nursery will be closed on July 4th 2022 so our staff can enjoy and celebrate with friends and family.
Summer is here!
Bare root fruit trees are still available, roses and beautiful flowering plants are in stock.
Let's create something
Some fruit trees are still available and only 54.95 each! Apple, Cherry, Nectarine, Pear, Plum and Prune! Our trees are very large, bare root, and wrapped a with root stimulator soil. We package our trees this way to reduce waste of plastic pots. They are very light weight for transport.
Gift Certificates make a great anytime gift.
Order online for the easiest way to send a gift.
Gift certificates may be purchased in any denomination.
Certificates never expire.
After submitting the request, the electronic certificate will be sent to your loved ones immediately or you may choose to send it at a later date.
Recipients may access the certificate from their phone when visiting our store, or they may print the certificate from their computer and bring it in.
If you'd rather have us send a hard copy of a gift certificate with a card, give us a call at (503) 413-0386. We will mail it at no cost. We cannot mail an electronic certificate.
Give the gift that keeps on giving! Send an e-gift card instantly in any amount you choose! Click the "GET YOURS" button to begin!
What classes would you like to see?
Painting pottery for kids
Vote for your favorite and let's make it happen.
Every week we receive new indoor exotic plants!
Calathea, Rose Painted
Aglaonema, Chinese Evergreen
Unique exotic houseplants
Indoor and outdoor pottery
Seed Your Future
Seed Your Future is the movement to promote horticulture and inspire people to pursue careers working with plants. Every year our nursery donates to community gardens and schools teaching adults and our youth about the importance of gardening. Gardening is good for the environment and good for mental health! Taking care of plants gives people purpose. You don't have to have a yard to grow plants. Bringing houseplants into your home stimulates your mind and allows you to take care of something living. You can grow herbs, vegetables, flowers, even small shrubs on an apartment balcony! Anyone can and should garden.
A few simple ideas to help your yard this spring, starting in late February.
1. Springtime is a great time to seed and fertilize your yard.
2. Weed and feed products will promote a strong root base and help keep the weeds from overtaking your grass.
3. Use quality Pacific northwest grass seed to fill in bare spots.
4. When mowing , always try to keep your grass about two or three inches long, it will help protect the roots and help you keep the weeds down.
5. Mow in the morning or evening if possible. This will keep the newly exposed grass from burning in the afternoon heat.
Palm, Trachycarpus takil
Palm, Waggie (Trachycarpus wagnerianus
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Our expanded indoor plant room is filled with amazing beautiful plants, large and small, pottery, hanging baskets, and so much more. Stop in and meet our turtles and shop in our 16 by 40 foot tropical space. We are sure you will find the plant that is perfect for you.
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1298 13th Street SE Salem, OR 97302
Sunday: 10am - 4pm