May 23, 2020
Rhodos have been restocked and more arriving on Thursday
7 different types of BOXWOOD starting at only $10
 
Venus, Eddie's White Wonder and Satomi Dogwood!
'Royal Cardinal' Mountain Ash, populus tremulus erecta, Laburnum Golden Chain, London plane Tree, Butterflies Magnolia, Sugar Maple and Pin oak.
Ornamental Flowering Cherry 
 
Ground cover including kinnickinick and thyme
 
 Hosta, astillbe, salvia and ferns 
JAPANESE MAPLES
 
 
Lots of apple trees still available
Plum, cherry and pear sold quickly this year
Please shop early for best selection
Including yellow sentinel columnar 
 
 
HARD CIDER ANYONE?
 
Brown Snout, Chisel Jersey, Yarlington Mill, Cap of Liberty and Kingston Black
 
Decorative glazed clay planters pots all sizes and colors
Concrete Benches
Fir and hemlock bark mulch by the bag
 
 
 
 
Open every day from 10am - 5pm
 
 
Social distancing and sanitation practices in place
 
 
  For inspiration I recommend Pinterest
some ideas:
conifers
shade gardens 
rock terrace
water gardens 
gardens that attract birds
hakonechloa
hedges
pleached trees and fountains.....I could go on
PINTEREST update
FYI ......I decided to create an OUTBACK NURSERY board. 
 
 
Reference sites to get you started on your dream garden!
 
www.google.ca
www.monrovia.com
www.gardenia.net
www.rhs.org.uk
 
 
  Your project will bring you extra enjoyment if you spend some time learning about the plants and trees that you like before your visit. 

We look forward to seeing you (from a distance) 

 
FRUIT TREES are selling fast!
NEW THIS YEAR!
Heritage apples -  Brown Snout, Chisel Jersey, Yarlington Mill to name a few
 Also blueberries, raspberries and hazelnuts
 
 
 
 
Welcome to Outback Nursery & Garden Centre
6016 Headquarters Road
 
  Outback Nursery is one of the largest garden centres on Vancouver Island  Our nursery is situated on a  6 acre property and offers 5 overflowing greenhouses (30x170ft); almost 23,000 square feet.

Outback Nursery began in 1998-1999 when our parents retired to the island from Aldergrove. They asked if we'd be interested in joining them and then purchased this  heavily treed property. We began clearing some trees and settled into country life trying our hand at raising some turkeys and pigs as well as growing some hedging and conifers. We joined the Farmer's Market, then as our inventory expanded we began running a spec truck down island stopping here and there to show our quality product to potential customers.

Little by little the property was cleared and one by one the greenhouses and irrigation zones increased to what you see today. In the beginning we were limited to wholesale and landscape clientele, then somewhere along the way interest in our nursery grew and we seized the opportunity to open to the public.

 

Please follow this link to read more about us.

 

 

 

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