In order for our nursery to move towards resuming normal opening hours, Colyn’s is implementing a 10 dollar service charge for each on-line or call-in pickup order to cover additional staffing required to fill and service customer’s orders.
Customers not wanting to visit our nursery in person are encouraged to have a family member or friend shop and select their required items during our current business hours.
We are utilizing safe distancing measures to ensure the safety of our customers and staff during this time. We thank you all for your support. ~ Colyn’s Nursery
Colyn’s has a great selection of healthy summer vegetables available including our own grown large tomatoes.$7.95 each while quantities last. Cucumber varieties including Long English, Sweet Success, Pickling and others. Hurry for best selection. $2.49 each. Summer squash including Zuchinni, Acorn, Butternut,Pan squash, Hubbard, Delicata, Spaghetti, Pumpkins and others. $2.49 each. A good selection of Peppers available at this time.
Watermelon, Cantelope, Eggplant also available $2.49 each
Colyn’s Nursery will be open to our customers for their shopping convenience from Monday to Saturday from 9:00 am until 3:00 pm.
We are closed at 3:00 to enable our staff to fill online and call in orders for pickup or delivery the next business day from 3:00 pm till 5:00 pm.
We are aware some of our customers would prefer this method and are trying to accommodate everyone. We appreciate our customers patience and we are constantly working to resume to a normal level of service soon. ~ Colyn’s Nursery
Raspberry and Blackberry varieties. Easy to grow! Colyn’s has hundreds of fresh quality plants ready to plant out now. Raspberries and brambles love sun, loose soil and plenty of moisture. Grow in beds along fence, Some dwarf forms do well in containers! Most can be pruned down to 6-8 inches in spring. Our Berries in one gallon pots priced at $10.95-$11.95 each. Continue reading “Berries Available”
Easy to grow! We have chosen a great selection of grafted fruit trees perfect for our west coast climate. Apples love full sun, plenty of rich humus soil and moisture. Mulch your fruit trees after planting and use a quality balanced fruit tree fertilizer. Support young trees till well established.
Our select Pear varieties: Pears are very easy to grow on our coast with minor preparation and maintenance. Pears do best in full sun and deep, loose fertile soil. Support young plants with a stake or post to keep stable while rooting. Pruning is required to develop a broad structure to carry fruit and branches. Most pears benefit from cross pollination with other pears that bloom at the same time.Plant two if you have no neighbors with producing pear trees. A regular spring and summer fertilizing schedule and watering in summer will guarantee success.
Thanks to all our customers! Even during these trying times, we are actively busy filling out order requests for pickup and delivery of spring flowers, vegetables, fruits and berries. Please call us anytime at 250 724-2551 or message via Facebook with your spring needs and we will promptly reply. Plant availability will be regularly updated here and on Facebook as well..
We have a great selection of Cherries, Plums, Peaches, Apricots and Nectarines in stock now.
All require a good, loose soil with plenty of rich humus or organic matter. Cherries & plums can be planted in the open in full sun while Peaches, Apricots and Nectarines require shelter from extreme wind and rains. A south facing wall bed is ideal where the tree will get protection from early spring rains while flowering and leafing out. A regular fertilizer program and ample watering especially as fruit develops is important for best success. Most fruit trees we sell are #1 grade grafted to semi dwarf understock. Prices vary, but most trees are $59.00 each Continue reading “Stone Fruit availability”
OLIVES Beautiful evergreen shrubs for full sun patio or deck. Best success if kept in container and protected from extreme wet cold in winter. Fruit produced in summer is an added bonus. Continue reading “Unique Fruits”