Read through our blog posts to learn more about Wells Medina Nursery's history and community. This is a great place to become familiar with our staff, customers and the process of providing exceptional plants and trees. If you are interested in day-to-day posts about gardening and what we find exciting about our nursery, follow our Twitter account: @Wells_Medina

Featured Posts

Boo La La! Ciscoe Morris puts together a spooky Halloween container using Wells Medina Nursery plants and gourds!

9 Ways to Use Pumpkins

With the nursery overflowing with pumpkins, we couldn't help but come up with a list of ways to put them to work. We hope this list inspires you to get into the fall spirit and find a new use for pumpkins.

As always, we encourage you to share successes, failures and ideas with us on social media.

Practice Patience for Fruitful Falls

Air Plants 101

Plants in the species Tillandsia, known as air plants, do not need soil to grow, and can be the perfect addition to your home or garden. Click here to learn more about these other-worldly life forms.

By Sam Wigness - June 19, 2018

Jim Barlup: Rhody Guru

After four decades of hybridizing, Rhododendron guru Jim Barlup - and several plants he created - return to Wells Medina Nursery.

Sam Wigness - March 3, 2018

Garden to Table

Cold Pack Pickles

Make your own spicy Dill pickles with this recipe shared by Wells Medina Nursery regular, Bob K.

Posted by Sam Wigness, May 15, 2018. Recipe created by Duris' Cucumber Farm, modified and perfected by Bob K.

Tomato Tipoff 2018

Check out these pages to have success with tomatoes all summer long.

Our bravest succulents, indoor plants and pottery stole the show on King5's New Day NW alongside Bellevue Lifestyle Magazine's Caitlin Agnew. Here's the segment from April 23.

 

Guest Bloggers

See what local bloggers and garden enthusiasts are saying about us.

The Outlaw Gardener, May 18, 2018:

"Retail Therapy at Wells Medina Nursery"

 

The Outlaw Gardener, March 9, 2018:

"Stopping by Wells Medina Nursery in March"

Nicole Mangina, March 5, 2018

"3 Amazing Plant Nurseries on the Eastside"

 

The Danger Garden, November 21, 2017

"Wells Medina Nursery"

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    Allan Williams - September 6, 2018

    Hello,

    My name is Allan Williams, I am an advocate at a nonprofit agency called Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services. We serve Deaf and Deaf Blind survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and harassment by transforming their lives while striving to change beliefs and behaviors that foster and perpetuate violence as a whole. We provide comprehensive services to individuals and families, community education, and advocacy on system and policy issues.

    As we work closely with individuals that come from traumatizing backgrounds, promote self-care for everyone, and strive to make our office feel comfortable and at home for our clients and staff- we are seeking for plants and highly believe they are what makes spaces feel safe, welcoming, comfortable and reduce stress. We are kindly asking for any donations. Plants have so many benefits and would love to accept any you have to offer for our office to improve the quality of our work environment!

    Please do not hesitate to decline this request. But also I ask that you take in considerations of giving back to our underserved community and agency that strives to improve lives of those that struggle at home and in life.

    Thank you for your time and considerations. I hope to hear from you in the near future and would love to partner with you of any kind. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about our agency, work, or me individually I am more than happy to share information with you.

    Best,

    Allan “AJ” Williams
    Children’s Advocate & Prevention Specialist
    Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services (ADWAS)
    8623 Roosevelt Way NE
    Seattle, WA 98115
    Direct (VP): (206) 922-7098
    Main Office: (206) 922-7088
    Fax: (206) 726-0017
    http://www.adwas.org

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      Sam Wigness - October 5, 2018

      Happy to help, AJ!

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