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About Us

Welcome to European Nursery, your Oregon source for over 900 varieties of conifers, Japanese maples and uncommon plants from all over the world. Trees and shrubs range in size from #1 liners to specimens of 7-8 inches in caliper, ready to ship year-round, in container or B&B.


Why the name European Nursery?
After our European roots: in the midst of cultures and climates of several European countries, we learned and practiced the art and science of landscaping and horticulture.


Our Beginnings
Over twenty years ago, we were able to escape the "iron curtain" of the communist regime in Poland - we moved to the United States and started a garden center and landscape design business in New York. Our motto then was: "Only second to Mother Nature."


Moving West
After thirteen years of a successful career on Long Island, I moved further west, to the Beaver State. Here I was finally able to fulfill my long-time dream of being a propagator and grower of conifers and Japanese maples. Oregon's open spaces offer perfect weather conditions and excellent soil for the nursery. Simply put, I've chosen the best spot Mother Nature created on Earth. As a member of the Oregon Association of Nurseries, we gladly stick to the motto, "Oregon. The state of perfection."


Our Mission
My past experience of thirteen years as a garden center owner and landscape architect taught me how important it is to find the highest quality plants. I strive to be the supplier I've always longed to come across when I needed one, providing my customers with outstanding quality and variety of plant material.


Why choose European Nursery?
Far from being a massive production farm, we care for the needs of wholesale and retail nurseries and landscape designers with high quality plants, a wide-ranging selection, assorted sizes, and remarkable and flexible service.

Today European Nursery owns over 90 acres in Hillsboro, Oregon and we're growing!

Jan Redyk

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