Customers love to linger at this wonderful nursery as this truck in the parking lot can attest.
It's difficult to keep a nursery full of potted plants looking good during a heat wave but I didn't notice a single wilting leaf during my visit. The friendly and knowledgeable staff is as attentive to their plants as they are to their lucky customers.
Happy looking Rodgersias in the shade house were tempting as were the clivias on the left!
Worth a visit all by itself, this huge old weeping Atlas cedar covers three sides of this building
and part of the neighboring house!
Here are two of the many Atlas cedars available for sale so that you too can cover a building or neighborhood with this lovely plant!
Dwarf conifers are also a specialty of PAN and they always have a dazzling selection!
They have several of these Pinus contorta ‘Chief Joseph’ or Chief Joseph lodgepole pine. They don't look particularly special now but from late fall through early summer the needles turn the most beautiful gold color! They've been on my lust list since I saw them here several winters ago but they're still very expensive.
This winter photograph of Chief Joseph is from WBLA_Corky's flickr stream and is used with his permission.
Hydrangea paniculate 'Le Vasterival' looking particulary lovely.
There's even a Loree and Louis section! I think I spy some Agave 'Blue Frost' that Louis has been talking about on his blog!
Not wanting to stay too long and have my vehicle meet the same fate as this one
or this one,
I put my Agave 'Blue Frost' on the wagon and checked out!