The Broadest Selection In Town! Come check it out: If you haven’t experienced 10 acres of Utah's finest collection of plants, gifts and garden products, you owe it to yourself 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.

Store Hours

Mon–Sat 9am–5pm | Closed Sun
Spring hours begin March 8th
Mon–Fri 8am–7pm | Sat 8am–6pm
Closed Sunday

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.


Latest Articles

Seven Top Trees for Multi-Season Interest

In The Nursery

Obviously, we love trees. What’s not to love about a tree? As they grow, their photosynthesis removes and stores CO2, thus maintaining a safe oxygen level for us. Additionally, they provide beauty in our gardens and parks. Many provide shade, fruit, syrup, nesting places, animal refuge, even the subject for poems!

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Vermicomposting

Winter Garden

We’re very excited about one of the newer trends… vermicomposting, otherwise known as worm composting! This simple process mixes food scraps with yard waste and other organic materials in an enclosed area containing specific types of worms.

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Anti-Desiccants: Why, What, and When

In The Nursery

Have you wondered why some of your plants die in the winter, even when you provide winter protection? Many plants die during winter because they dry out, or desiccate. As temperatures drop, the ground freezes and plant roots cannot take water from the soil. This causes the plant to use stored water from the leaves and stems as part of the transpiration process, during which water exits the plant through the leaves.

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