Welcome to Patt’s Garden Center! We’re glad you’re here.

    FamilyPhotoTogether with their knowledgeable and dedicated staff, Don & Sharon Patterson and two of their children – Bret and Kate – have been building a thriving family owned and operated business since 1989. Patt’s offers a broad variety of trees, shrubs, perennials and annuals in their retail space. In their 9 production greenhouses, Don and Bret grow much of our stock of annuals, vegetables and shrubs for retail sales, as well as for wholesale sales. Kate regularly hosts garden-themed workshops with LCSC’s Continuing Education Program. When you visit Patt’s, you’ll enjoy all the charm of your grandmother’s garden and all the knowledge, too.

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    The sunshine this week has sure brought out the blooms! Our greenhouses are full of blooming annuals like Petunias, Calibrachoa, Begonias and more. All are just the right size to get your pots and hanging baskets started. Come visit us!
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    Join us TODAY at 10am as we host a free Tree Workshop presented by the WSU Asotin County Master Gardeners! Topics include tree selection, pruning tips and walking tour of the trees at Patt's. Don't miss it! ...

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    From empty to full in a snap! Our 4pak annuals have graduated out of our greenhouses to the front tables. A little sunshine should get you in the mood to plant a few Petunias, Marigolds, Snapdragons and all the rest! Come visit us!
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    Sara CarlsonCan't wait!

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    Christina KoehlerHoping to make it tomorrow for the tree workshop.

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    Patt's Garden Center added 2 new photos.

    The Lilacs are blooming! 'Delcaration' is the darkest purple variety we have and what a beauty! Choose from several shades of purple, white, pink and creamy yellow. Lilacs love full sun and are cold hardy. Come visit us!
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    DaveandJacki BaerAre the dark ones really fragrant? I have a light purple one and it is really fragrant but would like to have something darker.

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