"We are NOW CLOSED FOR THE WINTER.
We will reopen on April 1st.
We wish to thank our many good friends & customers for another great season!
Have a wonderful New Year and we'll see you again in the Spring!"
Max and Georgiann
Healthy and happy plants, trees and flowers and a knowledgeable staff are available spring, summer and fall at Blasdell Nursery.See More
We're more than what grows, we have a vast selection of paving stones to mulch or potting soil to driveway borders.See More
Whether you need gardening gloves or deer repellent, our stock is expanse and we'll even explain which sprays to use and when!See More
Need a housewarming present? Picture a bird bath in the front yard or a gnome next to the pansies. Gardening gifts are perfect!See More
Every season, Millie will showcase one of our products to inform and guide your botanical life!
Lilium longiflorum is known as the Easter lily because in Christianity, it is a symbol of the resurrection of Christ, which is celebrated during Eastertide. The "lily has always been highly regarded in the Church", as Jesus Himself referenced the flower, saying "Consider the lilies how they grow: they toil not, they spin not; and yet I say unto you, that Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these" (Luke 12:27). Moreover, according to pious legend, "after Jesus' death and resurrection, some of these beautiful flowers were found growing in the Garden of Gethsemane, where Jesus went to pray the night before His crucifixion. Legend has it that these flowers sprung up where drops of Jesus' sweat fell as he prayed". In many Christian denominations, the chancel of the church is adorned with the Easter lily during the Paschal season.Read more