For over four decades, it has been our great pleasure to assist the many wonderful gardeners across the Wasatch front and beyond. But the time has come for us to say goodbye. As land values became increasingly higher and certainly our ages were to be considered, it simply seems the right time for us to sell our property and to retire. The consideration of closing our store has been difficult, and the decision was not made quickly or easily.

We will miss employing and serving some of the very best people, who have become our friends through our shared interest of gardening and beautifying our outdoor surroundings.

We hope you will continue to support the independent Garden Centers as they truly love this industry and will always be your greatest resource for quality plants as well as proper information.

The Closing of Wasatch Shadows Nursery and Gift means a great opportunity for savings for our customers. We will liquidate everything on our 10 acres! Check in early and often for big savings before the season ends for our last time.

We Thank you so much for 42 wonderful years!

STORE HOURS

CLOSED

Our Location

9295 South 255 West
Sandy, UT 84070
801-566-0608
wshadows@msn.com

Landscape Design

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