15770 Ellendale Rd
Dallas , OR 97338
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Welcome to Daryll’s Nursery!
Looking for the hard to find, or the next great garden look? How about the one-stop home-grown nursery? Just want to increase your curb-appeal? Daryll's Nursery has the friendly, knowledgeable staff, the selection, and the prices you are looking for. Be sure to view our plant pages for a more in-depth look at what our nursery has to offer. We take pride in our plants, and we know you’ll see the difference!
Choose a Look that's Right for You
With nearly 800 varieties of home-grown hardy plants, Daryll's Nursery has a plant that will complement or even make your landscape! Be sure to ask our knowledgeable, friendly staff for expert gardening and landscape advice.
Daryll's Nursery specializes in Ornamental Grasses, Ferns, Perennials, Cistus, Eucalyptus, Gunnera, and unusual trees & shrubs, as well as hummingbird & butterfly attracting plants, and deer resistant & drought tolerant plants. Have something exotic in mind? Ask us; our staff aims to please!
From time-to-time, Daryll’s offers special events with our customer’s needs in mind.
Daryll's Nursery boasts a beautiful, quiet country setting to nurture our plants in. The aerial photo above doesn't begin to do our property justice. We invite and welcome you to drive on out and take a look at our grounds. Explore, get a few ideas, and plot your next garden or landscape look.
Location. Location. Location.
Daryll's Nursery is located just two miles west of downtown Dallas, Oregon, on Ellendale Road.
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Grand 2014 Season Opening is March 24th.
Mon-Sat from 9-5.
We are still doing fruit tree until April and ornamental tree and shrub pruning and removals, and landscape consultations for yard renovations.
Give us a call at 503-623-0251 to make an appointment for any of the above mentioned services.
Gift certificate's are still available.
Give us a call to order one now.
It is now time to cut back those perennial flowers and grasses to make room for 2014's beautiful growing season. Bulbs and some perennials are already starting to sprout.