Summer at Clover Creek Nursery

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Welcome to Clover Creek Nursery!


Our Summer Season has Ended.

See you in a few weeks for our fall sales season!

Summer Schedule

We will be open the following weekends
10 AM – 5 PM Fridays and Saturdays
11 AM – 5 PM Sundays

July 12-14th
July 19-21st
July 26-28th

August 9-11th
August 16-18th


6712 106th St. Ct. E., Puyallup, WA 98373
Directions here

Thousands of beautiful plants in 1 gallon pots for only $6.97!!

Hot this week: Coreopsis, Hollyhocks, fragrant dianthus, black-eyed susans, gold mound spirea, hummingbird mint, veronica! We have lots of beautiful plants in so many colors!

Check out our current Availability List Here

We are a fun, family nursery near Tacoma and Puyallup, WA. We have a great selection of garden plants – many shrubs, perennials and small trees to choose from. All of our plants are grown right in our backyard at our home in Parkland. We pride ourselves on growing great quality, low-priced plants.

Take a few minutes to browse around our website. And then make a plan to stop by one of our spring plant sales, starting in April.

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We’ve been growing and selling plants in the Parkland area for several years. We just love to grow plants from scratch and offer them to folks like you for a great, low price!

When you buy our plants you know you are buying plants that have been grown in the same conditions they will face in your own yard. They weren’t shipped across the country, or grown in a special high-tech greenhouse and brought out in full bloom just to sell them ahead of their natural schedule.

9 Responses to Summer at Clover Creek Nursery

  1. Dawn says:

    Do you have a plant named: “Seeet Box”?


  2. Dawn says:

    Hi Scott,

    Are you not open this weekend? Are you selling any of your plants at a Farmer’s Market tomorrow or Saturday? If so, where would you be selling?


  3. Amy Turnbull says:

    Hello! I am hoping you still have Calamagrostis acutiflora ‘Karl Foerster’, Bailey’s Red Twig Dogwood, and Golden Japanese Forest Grass in stock. I am hoping to buy plenty! :) Thank you~!!!

    • Scott says:

      Yes we do still have those in stock this weekend! We also have the other items you mentioned in your email. We are open this Friday and Saturday 10-4 and Sunday 11-4. Do you know what day you plan to come by?

  4. Lori Flynn says:

    Hi Scott,
    I wanted to know if you ever have the dwarf weeping cherry trees?

    • Scott says:

      Hi Lori, I think we already talked about this, but no, I haven’t ever had any of those. I hope to have some in the future, but not so far. :(

  5. Michael Luberts says:

    Hi Scott: It was great to see you this last Saturday and to find out about your nursery.
    I’m planning ahead for next spring. I’m going to be developing an area at our community garden to grow marion berries. Do you carry those plants in the spring?
    I’ll need just three plants.

    Thanks Michael

    • Scott says:

      Hi Mike, great to see you too! I try to have an assortment of berries every spring, including thornless boysenberries, sometimes marionberries, raspberries and thornless blackberries. I also have several kinds of blueberries, and even a few goji berries.

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