Seedlings Garden Club for Kids
Jun 2nd @ 9am - 6pm
Intro To Bonsai Class ~ Presented By The Eugene Bonsai Society
Jun 16th @ 10am - 11am
Summer Garden Party 4-7 PM
Jun 29th @ 4pm - 7pm
Join us for our 2018 Summer Garden Party! Come and enjoy music, appetizers and specials savings! Complimentary event for Reward Card Members!
We are a family-owned and operated garden center that has been growing with the Eugene-Springfield area for almost 30 years. We pride ourselves in providing the largest selection and best value of premium quality annuals, perennials, garden plants, vegetable starts, houseplants, shrubs, and trees for sale.
We grow a majority of our flowers and plants right here at Johnson Brothers Garden Market. Our seasonal highlights include our gorgeous poinsettias during the holidays and our famous hanging baskets in the spring and summer. You can also choose from a wide assortment of hydrangeas, roses, hibiscus, orchids, lilies, ferns, pansies, and many more plant varieties for your garden project. View our plants with our online plant finder tool.
Whether you are new to plants and looking for some how-to gardening tips, or an experienced gardener needing some expert answers to your questions, our Garden Coaches are constantly on hand to help counsel, inspire and instruct you. We are happy to help you become confident and successful in raising and caring for your plants.
We’re also devoted to being a part of our local community. We offer a variety of options to help you easily and effectively fundraise for your organization.
Johnson Brothers Garden Market is the destination nursery for Willamette Valley gardeners. Our customers travel from all parts of Oregon to visit our five acre Coburg location, including Eugene, Springfield, Creswell, Cottage Grove, Roseburg, Florence, Bend, Redmond, and Albany.
At Johnson Brothers Garden Market, we believe that family comes first. That’s why we invite you to join our family and benefit from over 30 years of experience servicing Eugene, Springfield and the surrounding areas.