Saturday, March 9 – Sunday, March 10
9:00am – 4:00pm
For over 50 years, we’ve been proud to work with families who tend their gardens with care. That’s how we know it’s going to be a great time at our Spring Home & Garden Show. We’re excited to bring you seminars, special sales, cooking demos, giveaways, and much more. So come on over… consider yourself part of the family! Continue reading…
Traeger invented the original wood pellet grill over 30 years ago in Mt. Angel Oregon, and continues to lead the industry as the worlds #1 selling wood-fired grill, perfected by decades of mastering the craft of wood-fired cooking. A Traeger grill will transform the way you cook because it fires up consistent results every single time. Fuel your hunger for wood fired flavor with Traeger.
When it comes to grilling, your fuel flavors your food and cooking over wood just tastes a whole lot better than gas or charcoal.
Traegers can grill, smoke, bake, roast, braise, ad BBQ everything from a full packer brisket to wood-fired pizza or a freshly-baked apple pie.
No more tending live fires for hours on end, our digitally-controlled grills make setting your grill temperature as easy as setting your kitchen oven.
Traeger grills provide consistent temperature that allow you to master your cooking and get perfect results, so you can cook with confidence.
Traeger users are passionate about sharing tips, tricks, victories, and learning experiences with fellow users, forming a tight-knit BBQ Community.
Hydrangeas are easy, classic flowering shrubs for our area with a long history. We love them for their big summer show of bountiful blossoms. There are several different types available and each has its own site requirements and pruning needs. Continue reading…
Pansies are one of the earliest flowering plants, blooming right alongside the spring bulbs. Their unforgettable fragrance makes them a desirable choice for gardens or planters. Visit our nursery and you’ll find our pansies in pots, flats, combos, hanging baskets, and more. Continue reading…