Serving Whatcom County Gardeners Since 1938

In 1938, James Vander Giessen opened his first greenhouse to the public in his backyard on the edge of Lynden. Nearly 80 years later, much has changed, but one thing remains the same: our commitment to selling the best plants we can offer. Now in our third and fourth generations of family ownership, Vander Giessen’s is Whatcom County’s oldest nursery and garden center. Visit us today to find the perfect plants for your garden as well as the supplies you need to make your garden thrive!

Lynden Baskets

Grown in our greenhouses--unmatched in quality and beauty!

Annuals

Add seasonal color to your planters and garden

Perennials

Make your garden colorful for years to come with easy-care plants

Shrubs

Evergreen and deciduous structure for your garden

Trees

Create vertical interest, shade and great color

Edibles

Grow your own and discover what fresh really tastes like

Plant Care

Let us help you find the solutions you need for a healthy garden

Fountains

Enjoy the soothing sounds of falling water

Soils & Mulch

Provide nutrients and beautification for your garden

The Latest From Our Blog

  • Paloma Blanca Euonymus

Spring Renewal in the Yard & Garden

April 13th, 2017|0 Comments

Spring is a time of renewal in the yard and garden, and that’s never been truer than this year. Whether you’re looking for a shrub to replace one damaged or killed this winter, want to plant something new and exciting to lift your spirits, or need help continuing to repair [...]

  • Lynden Baskets

Pre-order Your Lynden Baskets Now

March 23rd, 2017|0 Comments

Here at Vander Giessen Nursery, we take pride in the beautiful, unique hanging baskets we grow in our greenhouses each year. With dozens of different color combinations available, we have a hanging basket for just about any taste. If you're looking for the perfect Lynden Basket to give your mom--or [...]

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The Season for Planting Fruit

March 11th, 2017|0 Comments

Spring may be slow to arrive this year--especially discouraging for many given the early, beautiful spring we've enjoyed the last couple of years. That said, it's not too early to get started with planting fruit trees, berries, and other edibles; in fact, early spring is the best time of year [...]