The Times - Serving Waitsburg, Dayton and the Touchet Valley

By Michele Smith

Retail garden nursery planned for Blue Mountain Station


Michele Smith

Above: The Port of Columbia is providing this 21 x 24 ft. greenhouse for use by their tenants at the Blue Mountain Station. Blue Mountain Station Co-op manager Patricia Sacha said Lorrie Bensel of Verdurous Gardens, and Judy Pilcher of Harmony Gardens and Glass are planning to sell plants, on consignment, out of the greenhouse. There is additional space for other vendors, according to Kathryn Witherington, the Port's Economic Development Coordinator.

DAYTON-Beginning on April 19 the Blue Mountain Station Co-op will be open on Tues. through Saturday, from 10 a.m. until 6 p. m., said Patricia Sacha, the manager of the Co-op market.

Sacha said on Apr. 19 there will be a grand opening with special deals and a drawing for a $25 gift certificate for use either at the Co-op or in the new retail garden nursery.

She said vegetable starts, succulents, perennials and herbs from Harmony Gardens and Glass and Verdurous Gardens will be for sale.

Sacha said the Co-op will also carry annuals and special-order perennials sourced from Walla Walla Nursery...

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