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1920 Northwest 18th Avenue
Northwest District, OR, 97209


Pomarius Nursery is a retail nursery, open to the public, in Northwest Portland, Oregon.  We are renowned for our garden design services.

News & Events

Pomarius Nursery welcomes members of the Lan Su Chinese Garden


On Thursday, April 18th

for their Member Night Out.


Lan Su Curator of Horticulture Justin Blackwell & Pomarius’ Wesley Younie will be discussing the cultural and design aspects of a selection of Chinese botanicals. Pomarius will be offering a 10% discount on Peter Lynn’s curated selection for Lan Su Members the evening of the event. Please visit the Lan Su Chinese Garden’s Event Page for further information, including Membership.


Pomarius is Hiring: Part-time Seasonal Help Needed


Pomarius is seeking an energetic, efficient, quick-to-learn, hard-working individual with a positive attitude. Pomarius is not like other retail nursery jobs, in that, everyone, including our owner, labors: lifts heavy, waters, handles inventory unloading and weeds. Still interested? If so, please send your resume and a short email explaining your qualifications and interest to

We appreciate your consideration. Thank you.

Peter Lynn, Proprietor, potting David Austin Roses

Peter Lynn, Proprietor, potting David Austin Roses

Boxwood Trimming Basics with Pete Lynn------------>Sat | April 13 | 10am | $10


Join Pete Lynn on Saturday, April 13th for boxwood trimming basics and helpful tips for maintaining your hedges and topiary. This class is meant to be casual, please feel free to simply drop in, pay your $10 and enjoy. We encourage guests to take time after the talk to ask questions and stroll our grounds for boxwood inspiration. We look forward to hosting you.

Pete Lynn giving the Buxus Topiaries a trim | April 2016

Pete Lynn giving the Buxus Topiaries a trim | April 2016