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Garden Fever!
3433 NE 24th AVENUE~PORTLAND, OR~503-287-3200 
Open 7 gardening days a week *Call for current hours of operation* 

Garden Fever! ~ a place where gardeners, novice or expert, can find good plants, good tools, good dirt, and helpful advice on sustainable gardening practices for the Northwest.
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Garden as though you will live forever. - William Kent

Monarch larva on Asclepias speciosa

Sept. - 2016

Join the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge. Plant with pollinators in mind.

“We were very fortunate (and lucky!) to have a Monarch butterfly visit our milkweed patch. We plant them for the beautiful native butterflies and other pollinators in our garden. This morning in the garden, we saw that the eggs have hatched into larvae. Now, we are hoping to see the larvae stages through to chrysalis and butterfly.”

   Lori Vollmer - Garden Fever!

Organic & Sustainably Grown Garlic & Shallot Bulbs

October is the time to plant. Buy soon, before stock runs out!

All grown in the Washington & Oregon.

Spring Blooming

Flower Bulbs

This is also the time to select and plant spring bulbs. Daffodils, Alliums, Crocus, Hyacinth ~ Best selection is right now!

Pollinators & BLUEBERRIES go together like Blueberries and Pancakes!

There’s a great selection of Blueberries in the nursery, just in time for fall planting.

Don’t Forget the

Cover Crops!

Is your vegetable bed soil looking dry, pale, & nutrient-depleted? When you water, does it roll off the top of the soil or even go straight down to China, completely missing the roots of your veggies?

A good cover crop is just the thing to re-invigorate the soil microbial life and deter weed growth during the winter months.

Remember, healthy soil equals healthy plants!

Cover crops & when to plant them:

Fava Beans ~ Mid to late Oct.

Crimson Clover ~ Sept. thru Oct.

Austrian Field Peas ~ Sept. thru Oct.

Annual Rye ~ Sept. thru Nov.

Honey bees & many other native pollinators feed off of fall blooming Goldenrod.