At Wasatch Shadows we are here year-round. We can help you with your winter concerns and your spring dreams. Come check it out! If you haven’t experienced 10 acres of Utah’s finest collection of plants, gifts and garden products, you need to come share in that experience. …If you are among our many regular customers we appreciate our relationship with you, as you are the heart of our business. If you have been here before, but it’s been awhile, we welcome you back. Things at the nursery, as in nature, are constantly changing. You’ll want to see what’s new! We look forward to seeing you!

WINTER STORE HOURS

Monday-Saturday: 9am-5pm
Closed Sundays

Our Location

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

Landscape Design

Click to Download Our Landscape Design Brochure and Application. Please download, print and bring your filled out landscape design application into the store.


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Attracting Birds to Your Garden

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Insect Control Begins Now

It’s hard to think of insects in winter, but don’t forget the havoc these tiny creatures can bring to your garden – defoliating leaves, contaminating produce, even destroying complete plants. Before these pests begin to be a problem is the perfect time to take steps to control them. Why Winter Control? Late winter is the […]

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