Lane County is home to so many beautiful neighborhoods. From garden sanctuaries to perfectly mowed lawns and acres of animals, many home owners pride themselves on the efforts they have put forth developing their land. Below is a list of local garden and farming markets in and around Eugene and Springfield.
Down to Earth Home, Garden & Gift- 532 Olive St, Eugene, OR 97401
What began as a small store selling home goods in 1977 has blossomed into a nation-wide distributor of all-natural products and a manufacturing of natural and organic fertilizers. Down To Earth uses sustainable and recycled materials, like recycled glassware, stainless steel, wood, bamboo, ceramics, wool and beeswax. In addition, they sell many organic products such as plants, seeds, potting soil, and fertilizer.
Gray’s Gardening Center- 737 W 6th Ave, Eugene, OR . 4489 Main St, Springfield, OR
Gray’s is well known for their wide variety locally grown plants at their Eugene and Springfield location. The family owned business has a reputation for excellent customer service as well as having fun community events.
Eugene Backyard Farm- 501 Washington St. Eugene, OR
Concerns about the quality of our food and how food gets to us has inspired many people to grow their own food on their land. The urban farming store has a variety of products to help customers start their own backyard farm. From gardening tools to a variety of baby birds, as well as veggie seeds, and bee keeping kits, the Eugene Backyard Farm has a great selection to choose from.
Lane Forest Products-
2111 Prairie Rd. Eugene, OR.
820 N. 42nd St. Springfield, OR.
3409 Franklin Blvd. Eugene OR.
With three locations across Eugene and Springfield, Lane Forest products has the largest selection of landscape materials in Lane County. This is a wonderful place to buy wholesale products and bulk up on gardening materials. In addition, they offer a variety of services including hauling, erosion control, storage and more.
Did your favorite Lane County gardening store make our list? If not, where do you go for your growing needs?