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Come browse early for the best selection. New and unusual varieties await you!

Early to bloom and quick to spread is our friend the dandelion. Nip them in the bud by applying a selective weed killer on your grass.

WEED FREE ZONE by Fertilome kills unwanted broadleaf weeds without harming your grass. It can be used at lower temperatures than most selective herbicides so it is perfect for our area. This product is also available in granular form.


If you haven't already done so, now is the time!

Fertilize your lawn, trees, shrubs and perennials.


We recommend

LANDSYSTEMS SPRING BLEND for your lawn. This Redman fertilizer was created by us, formulated specifically for this area. It has iron to green quickly and kicker nitrogen to quickly bring your lawn back to life. In addition it has a slow-release component to hold the green until it is time for the Summer Blend.

CASCADE NATURAL (8-3-5) is an all natural granular fertilizer that provides a slow steady release of nutrients to encourage deep root development. Also a great option for heavy feeding garden vegetables like corn, tomatoes and leafy greens.

Don't forget your trees and shrubs. FERTILOME TREE & SHRUB (19-8-10) will give your plants a jump start on the season.


OSMOCOTE FLOWER AND VEGETABLE (14-14-14) is great for perennials.

OSMOCOTE OUTDOOR AND INDOOR (15-9-12) is the perfect slow release fertilizer for evergreens and shrubs.

For an all natural fertilizer, try COLD CLIMATE (5-7-2) this all purpose, organic option feeds a wide range of outdoor trees, shrubs and garden vegetables. Designed with high desert growing conditions in mind.


We also carry a large selection of organic fertilizer options by DOWN TO EARTH.



New at gardening? It's not hard and there are a lot of great people at Landsystems that will give you advice. 


Soil First- The planting medium is one of the most important parts of gardening. A rich soil blend will cut down on water and fertilizer. We have a great garden blend that we produce, LANDSYSTEMS 50/50 GARDEN.

To freshen up existing beds add a rich compost such as Harvest Supreme to get your garden up and growing.


Water is essential - Uniform watering is the key. Think about installing a watering system. It's not hard and we have everything you need.

Seed, vegetable and herb starts also available.


 An all natural and organic fertilizer that improves root development. Perfect for houseplants, flowers and vegetables. For organic use with no chemical fertilizers or synthetic materials.


The benefits to enjoy from worm castings are numerous. It filters heavy metals in the soil, maintains a healthy balanced neutral pH, and prevents diseases during the growing season.

Worm castings also balance carbon in the soil, enrich plants with beneficial bacteria, and help retain water and minerals through humic acid. 



Which fertilizer should you use? And when should you use it?

The most important nutrients for plant growth are nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, often referred to as NPK. The

numbers listed on the fertilizer bag show total percentages of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium respectively. These are known as the primary or macronutrients. Minerals used in very small amounts, but very important to plants, are known as micronutrients. These include boron, calcium, copper, zinc, magnesium, and manganese.


NITROGEN has the quickest effect on plant growth. It is also lacking in our soils. Plants use a lot of nitrogen and it is easily leached from the plant root zone.


PHOSPHORUS is vital for root development, fruit and flower production. Our native soils have a small amount of absorbable phosphorus available to plants.

POTASSIUM comes primarily from potash. Potassium produces strong plant structure and increases resistance to stress and disease. Most of our native soils have a good amount of potassium available to plants.

"The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now." - Chinese Proverb

Bend is starting to "COLOR", check out these beautiful blooming trees for early flowers.


Strong pyramidal form. This stunning tree provides a profusion of white flowers in spring followed by small inedible fruit. Fall color ranges from red to purple. Hardy to -30°F. Grows 20-30' tall and 15' wide at maturity.


Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry is an excellent, smaller tree with multi-season interest. It has very showy white flowers in the spring followed by a purplish edible fruit in June. Ending the season with gorgeous fall color. The clump form can also be grown as an informal hedge or screen. 20-25' tall and 15-20' wide.


If you've ever been captivated by a Crabapple tree in full bloom, you’re not alone. Renowned for their stunning display of spring flowers and the small, often edible fruit they produce. These upright trees come in various species and cultivars, each offering unique characteristics. We carry Adirondack, Bechtel, Golden Raindrops, Louisa, Marliee, Snowdrift and many more.

Mother's Day is May 12th

Shop early for best selection. New benches, pottery and spring garden décor arriving just in time.

Don't know what to get the gardener that has it all? A Landsystems Nursery gift card is just the answer. Never expires and easy to send by mail.


Seed potatoes have arrived at the nursery. We carry Red Pontiac, Yukon Gold, Russet and French Fingerling.

How to Grow Potatoes


Ramapo Rhododendron, a very compact evergreen shrub that is perfect for small, semi shady gardens. A hardy Rhododendron that provides a pop of early spring color. This dwarf variety reaches 2-3' tall and wide at maturity.


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