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Art's Nursery!

Re-Opening for 2021

Jan 11, 2021 - 9am-5pm

We all want to surround ourselves with plants. It doesn’t matter if it’s a beautiful garden full of flowers, shrubs and trees, a little patio with gorgeous pottery and plants, a home full of lush tropical foliage or sensational succulents, a little plant for the office or anything else.

Like you, we believe that plants should be part of our lives. But getting started can be challenging

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African Mask Plant

Choosing The Best Plants Can Be Tough!

Picking the best plants for your garden, home or patio can be tough, time consuming and expensive.

Choosing the right plants in a sea of green with only tiny plant tags to help you pick can be frustrating. Who has time to figure out plant names written in some dead language anyways?

Trying to find someone that knows something in most other stores or online sites can be a waste of time.

You've Got Questions!

Where do I start?

Which plants are best? How many do I need? What does this one look like? How big does it get? Where do I plant it? How come this planting stuff is so heavy and tiring? What kind of dirt do I need? Does it need food? How do I take care of it? Do I really have to water it? What do I do if it gets sick or dies?

Did I just waste my time and hard-earned money?

Am I failure if my plant turns into mushy compost?

Doing nothing isn’t an option either – unless you want to be ‘that house on the block’ that children scurry past. Yes, you know the one … the one that neighbors glance at sideways and speak of in only hushed tones.

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We Understand...

We feel your pain. We’ve been there too. We have all helped kill a few plants along the way.

Really, it wasn’t our fault was it?

We know what it feels like to make a bad decision, waste money on poor plant, make a planting mistake, or worst of all, lose a beloved one-of-a-kind plant.

That’s why we're here.

We’re Here To Help You Succeed

Art’s Nursery been in the plant business in this single location for nearly 50 years and have helped thousands of gardeners, landscapers and homeowners achieve success and planting happiness.

Our huge and well organized 10+ acre selection ensures you get the right plants and our experienced and knowledgeable in-store staff are always available to help.

We can help you choose plants or offer additional services like our Garden Coach if you need design advice.

We are your trusted advisor and assistants when you need us.

Help You Succeed With Plants

Who Are We?

In business since 1973, Art's Nursery Garden & Home is one of Metro Vancouver's largest retail garden centres as well as a wholesale nursery and grower. We’re open year round, 7 days a week and offer tried and true classic plants as well as an ever-changing selection of seasonal, specialty and specimens.

Our large single location garden centre and nursery on the Surrey / Langley border grows and stocks an incredible 10+ acre selection of outdoor plants. This includes the finest local and imported trees, shrubs, perennials, pottery, garden accents and water features.

Need top soil or bulk materials? Our landscape yard carries 14 different soils, mulches, gravels, and river rocks each sold by the tractor scoop for in-store pickup or local delivery. Need a little less? Many of these and other products are sold by the bag for easy transport

Visit our indoor boutique for a curated selection of houseplants, tropicals, succulents, cactus as well as a hand-picked selection of home décor, accents and pottery.

Seasonally, we transform the store into a fall photo fest with our Pumpkin Pavilion and Scarecrow Fest and a cool frost Winter Wonderland complete with all your seasonal decorating needs including live and fresh cut christmas trees, ornaments, festive porch pots, wreaths, garland, fresh boughs, greens and more

Regardless of the season, we work hard everyday to try and provide you with an exceptional gardening experience. We’ve always been firmly focused on you and your planting needs. Come give us a try. Thousands of people visit us every year and we’ve humbly been able to maintain a great reputation / rating on Google Reviews and Facebook. We look forward to serving you soon!

COVID-19 Enhanced Shopping Protocols

Art’s Nursery is open for retail and wholesale with enhanced shopping protocols. Masks are required indoors. . Hand sanitizer is available in several locations for staff and customer use. Outdoors areas are open for regular operations with social distancing. We sanitize all shopping carts after every use and clean frequent touch points regularly. Access to our indoor areas is limited to a certain number of people to maximize physical distancing. We also offer local delivery on many items if you are unable to visit us in person

COVID-19 Safety Plan & Procedures

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New Arrivals:

New products are always being added. Some of our most recent arrivals or additions to our catalog include:

Please note. Our plant library should be considered as a reference guide - not a real time inventory. Not all items are in-stock all the time. If in doubt, please call 604.882.1201 to confirm

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Featured Blog Articles

Dormant Oil For Fruit Trees And Roses

Dormant Oil for Fruit Trees & Roses

What Is Dormant Oil?

The Dormant Oil spray kit at Art's Nursery is a combination of mineral oil and lime sulfur. These two ingredients are mixed together in your spray kit. It can be used as a target treatment when prevention methods have failed.

What Is Dormant Oil Used For?

Dormant oil is a great product to use if you have pest and disease problems on fruit trees and roses. This combination pesticide and fungicide targets fungus, insects and mites. For example, black spot on roses, scab on apple trees, coddling moths on apple trees, scale, overwintering insects and eggs.

When To Use Dormant Oil?

It can can be sprayed onto dormant fruit trees and roses in the winter time, specifically in January and February.

How Does Dormant Oil Work?

The mineral oil portion acts as a smoother coat for any overwintering insects and their eggs. The lime sulfur is the fungicide and helps to kill and overwintering spores.

Precautions To Consider When Using Dormant Oil:

Dormant Oil should not be used all the time, only when you have a problem. Our native bees such as mason bees also overwinter in the furrows of the fruit trees. Use when needed, sparingly. The best way to prevent pest and disease problems is by removing spent fruit and cleaning leaves around target plants like fruit trees and roses. If you still have a problem Dormant Oil after exhausting all preventive measures, dormant oil is a great product.

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Recent Blog Posts

Learn more from our team of horticulturists and designers. Check out our Blog.

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Art's Nursery Ltd.

8940 192nd Street,
Surrey, BC, Canada,
V4N 3W8

Tel: (604) 882-1201
Fax: (604) 882-5969
Email: info@artsnursery.com
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