Warner’s on Wheels, our mobile nursery, will be one of the exhibitors displaying seasonal cheer at Holiday Candy Cane Lane, a fundraiser for Shadows Foundation being held this Saturday, Dec. 5.
It’s a drive-through event being held at Flagstaff Subaru from 6 – 9 pm. For the price of a $10 car pass (which can be purchasedhere), visitors can enjoy 50 dazzling holiday luminescent displays including decorated trees, giant candy cane polls and a tunnel of dancing lights synchronized to holiday music.
Spectators will be greeted by Law Enforcement agencies at the entrance to receive a form so they can vote on their favorite exhibit. This festive fun family event is sure to bring a smile to your face and joy to your heart! Santa Claus will be making a special appearance with Mrs. Claus and his elves giving treats to all the children on their departure! (Children are encouraged to bring their letters written to Santa so that his elves can collect them.)
Also, in the spirit of giving, the Shadows Foundation will be collecting toys for the Northern Arizona Law Enforcement Toy Drive, so no child goes without this holiday season!
At Warner’s Nursery, we are committed to keeping you healthy and safe during the pandemic and we wanted to let you know what we are doing to prevent the spread of the COVID-19.
We are requiring masks for our employees as well as all customers and visitors.
We are engaging in common measures that are second nature to us now: frequent handwashing; social distancing (we’ve got fun markers on the floor to help); avoiding touching our faces; and, most importantly, making sure our team members don’t come in to the nursery if they are not feeling well.
We are constantly sanitizing countertops and common areas. Every few hours we bleach our carts, door handles and our bathrooms, which were recently reopened.
We have hand sanitizer and gloves available for our guests.
We are safely distancing participants during our events.
Gardening is a great way of practicing safe coronavirus prevention habits while getting to enjoy plants and the outdoors.
Whether your are gardening outside, maintaining your household plants or sprucing up your patio, gardening provides an oasis that you can retreat to. Your plants can provide you with beauty and fresh-grown items to eat. If you have kids, it’s a wonderful family activity and education tool. If you own your property, a well-maintained garden will increase its value. And there have been studies showing that gardening gives peace of mind, particularly in times of upheaval.
We want to make it easy and safe for you to fulfill your gardening purchases. Please let us know if there’s anything we can do to make you feel more secure about shopping here during this unprecedented time.
In response to the coronavirus outbreak and as part of our commitment to making shopping at Warner’s Nursery a safe, enjoyable and relaxed experience for everyone, we offer curbside service for our customers.
As of Monday, May 11, our curbside service will only be offered on Tuesdays. Here’s the details:
1. All curbside orders will be same day service, with customers picking up their purchases the day they call them in.
2. Phone or email orders between 8 and 11 am on Tuesdays. Call 928-774-1983 or email [email protected] to place your order. A list of common items for purchase are below for your convenience. If emailing, please include a number where we can reach you.
3. Your order will be filled* between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
4. Pickup of orders is same day between 2 and 5 p.m. Tuesday. Park in front of the nursery and give us a call. We’ll bring out your order and receipt, or take your payment at that time. We can also load your order into your car for you.
Please know that you are still welcome to come to Warner’s for your gardening needs! And we have implemented a variety of protocols to keep you (and our team members) safe. For more details, click here.
*Note: if you are ordering a plant, we will use our judgement to pick the best one available.If you are not satisfied with the plant provided, however, we can remove from your invoice.
Seed Starting Supplies: Black Gold Seedling Mix: 8 quart $6.99 Black Gold Seedling Mix: 16 quart $12.99 Black Gold Seedling Mix: 1.5 cubic feet $19.99 Greenhouse Kit: 36 cells $6.99 Greenhouse Kit: 50 cells $12.99 Plantable Pots: x32 (2”) $5.99 Plantable Pots: x12 (2.25”) $2.99 Plantable Pots: x8 (3”) $2.99 Plantable Pots: x6 (4”) $3.99 Individual Peat Pellet: 15¢ Seeds: Please call store to see if item wanted is available.
Seed Potatoes Available: Red “Pontiac”: $4.99 per lb Yellow “Yukon Gold”: $4.99 per lb White “Kennebec”: $4.99 per lb Red Chieftan: $4.99 per lb Katahdin: $4.99 per lb Russet: $4.99 per lb Organic packaged seed potatoes, bag of 5, for $9.99 (French Fingerling, Adirondack Blue, German Butterball, Red Prairie, Austrian Crescent available now).
Bare Root Available: Red Bloedrode Onion: $6.99 Ebenezer White Onion: $6.99 Red Shallots: $6.99 Shallots: $6.99
New ‘Kid’s Gardening Kit’ available! We got a great response to our child’s seed planting kit and we are following up with this new annual planting kit, including a pair of child-size gardening gloves, a 6-pack of annual flowers, a trowel, a 56-ounce watering can and a ‘Warner’s on Wheels’ sticker. Normal retail value $25, now only $19.99.
Start the new year right by joining us for Rainforest Yoga at Warner’s Nursery!
Led by our good friends and neighbors at The Yoga Experience, these hour-long sessions will start at 9 am every Sunday from Jan. 12 to Feb. 23 in our bright and lush tropical house. Restore your energy, strengthen your body and center yourself surrounded by beautiful plants – and get a taste of summer warmth we miss during these cold months.
Afterwards, enjoy a coffee or tea at Dottie’s Garden Coffee Shoppe; all Rainforest Yoga participants get $1 off their beverage. Additionally, each class participant can enjoy 20% off of one houseplant after class.
Classes will be available for all experience levels. Drop-in price is $15 or use your TYE package or membership. Reserve your space by signing up here.
Don’t let the name fool you – Pilea Depressa might be called the “Baby tears” plant, but you will have nothing to cry about with this beauty.
Alex, our houseplant guru here at Warner’s, is a big fan. She says, “This plant will spice up your room with its bright green color.”
Pilea Depressa has small thick leaves. It’s a nice and easy-to-keep plant that looks very pretty in a hanging pot, because the stalks with leaves will hang down. But it also does well in a terrarium, where it can be a decorative climbing plant.
Pilea Depressa likes medium to high light, but no direct light, which will burn the leaves and turn your bright green plant brown.
Allow your plant to dry out between waterings, and don’t let water stand in the saucer underneath the plant.
Join us for the Warner’s Annual Blood Drive and donate blood on Wednesday, July 3 at Warner’s Nursery. We’ll have the cool and comfortable bloodmobile bus from Vitalant in our parking lot at 1101 E. Butler Ave. from 10 am to 3 pm.
Every summer, blood donations drop by about 25% as typical donors are away on vacation or busy with projects. You can help by donating your blood on July 3.
In addition to being a hero for giving a pint of blood at Warner’s Nursery, you’ll also be eligible for some great prizes:
15 percent off your entire purchase of regularly-priced items on Wednesday, July 3.
Entry into a drawing for a $25 Warner’s gift card.
Free one-day admission into the Coconino County Fair.
For more information, you can contact us at 928-744-1983 or schedule your appointment at www.BloodHero.com. Use sponsor code “warners” to find our July 3 blood drive.
Please join us for Gardening for Honeybees, Monarch Butterflies, and other Precious Pollinators, a special 90-minute workshop with Dr. Patrick Pynes, a lecturer in Environmental Humanities at Northern Arizona University.
This event will take place at 1 pm on Saturday, April 27 at Warner’s Nursery and costs $10. Space is limited, so please RSVP by emailing us at [email protected].
Dr. Pynes will describe the life-giving relationships that exist between honeybees and other pollinators, flowering plants, and people – especially gardeners. As high altitude gardeners, we can help pollinators survive and thrive by planting and nurturing annuals (seeds) and perennials, native and not.
Dr. Pynes will discuss a selected ‘short’ list of the best plants for honeybees and other pollinators for Flagstaff gardeners. A question and answer section will be included, along with a hands-on demonstration of how to plant packets of flowering annuals in rhythm with our annual monsoon season. A longer list of local native and non-native plants especially beneficial for the health and well-being of honeybees will also be included.
In addition to his post at NAU, Dr. Pynes is the founder and President of the Northern Arizona Organic Beekeepers Association (NAOBA) and has been working as Head Gardener for La Posada Hotel and Gardens in Winslow for almost two decades.