About Classic's Nursery and Garden Center
The best design and horticultural resource in the Puget Sound… Classic’s 10-acre nursery and garden center!
The Woodinville Garden Center is more than just a garden center. It is a place of beauty, a place where memories are created, a place to contribute to the health of the community, a place for you and your family to enjoy.
Located in the heart of Woodinville wine country, it is a place to get inspired and learn more about the plants, shrubs, trees and soils that are right for your garden. It is a place to find expert advice for your gardening questions. It is a place to find the most beautiful, sustainable and artistic plants and products for your garden.
Contact us today to schedule a horticultural consult with our award-winning experts. Or stop by to find all your garden needs and answers to all of your landscape and gardening questions.
Open Friday-Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm
Classic Nursery & Garden Center
16215 140th Place NE
Woodinville, WA 98072
(425) 885-5678 ext. 2
The Nursery will be closed for the winter from December 19th – January 19th
Nursery will reopen January 20th and be open Friday-Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm
Visiting a nursery is a great way to explore nature, but there are plenty of other activities to enjoy in the Woodinville area. For example, being centered in Woodinville’s winery district you can sample the delicious wines at local wineries and take part in wine tastings. Or you can take a leisurely stroll along the Sammamish River Trail, which has some stunning views of Mount Rainier. There are also a number of local farms that are part of King Country’s Farmland Preservation Program, so you can learn about local farming at 21 Acres and support local farmers. And don’t forget to check out some of the local restaurants and cafes for a delicious bite to eat. There’s plenty to do and see in Woodinville, and a visit to the nursery is just the start.
Committed to the Environment
At Classic Nursery & Landscape Company we are committed to the environment. Concern for the environment has created an interest in the use of native plants in home landscaping. When plants are put into a situation that mimics their native growing conditions they establish faster, tend to have less need for water, and typically experience fewer problems with disease & insects than introduced species. These low maintenance plants also provide wonderful food & cover for birds & wildlife.
Learn more by visiting the Washington Native Plant Society.