Where are you located?

We are located at 11702 Feller Rd. NE in Hubbard, Oregon. If you go to our Contact page, you can find a map and obtain directions to our N&M Herb Nursery site.

When does your season start and end?

The 2021 season will be from March 1, 2021 through July 5, 2021.

What are your seasonal hours?

During the 2020 season, our hours will be:

Monday - Saturday 10-5
Sundays: 11-4

Which Farmers Markets do you attend?

For 2021:

  • Beaverton Farmers Market
    Every Saturday from April 3 - September 26
  • Vancouver Farmers Market
    Every Sunday from March 20 - September 26
  • Milwaukie Farmers Market
    Every Sunday from May 2 - August 1
What shows are you exhibiting at in 2021?

Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic we do not yet have information on what shows will be active. When that information arrives, we'll update this section...

February 20-23, 2020
Portland Home & Garden Show

February 26-March 1, 2020
Northwest Flower and Garden Festival
(Seattle Convention Center)

March 12-15, 2020
Eugene Spring Home & Garden Show
(Lane County Fairgrounds)

March 12-15, 2020
Salem Yard, Garden, and Patio Show
(Salem Fairgrounds)

April 4, 2020
Garden Palooza
(Fir Point Farms)

April 11-12, 2020
Portland Hardy Plant Sale
(Portland Expo Center)

April 24-26, 2020
Specialty Nursery
(Clark County Fairgrounds)

May 2-3, 2020
Master Gardeners Plant Sale
(Clackamas County Fairgrounds)

What do you offer?

There are so many things to see, experience, and buy at N&M Herb Nursery. Here's a short list:

- Herbs
- Vegetables
- Hanging Baskets
- Mixed Pots
- Tropicals
- Specialty Perennials
- And more! Check out our Gallery for pictures.

What does the N&M stand for?

Our first two daughters are named Natasha and Maraya (photo is of them when they were young). Thus the name. Most of the family helps out in the nursery, especially during Spring and Summer. Since we launched the nursery, we've added two more kids, Michael and Tessa. So if the business had started later, it would have been NMM&T Herb Nursery. 🙂

Is learning to garden hard?

It depends on how you look at it. Our saying is, "Gardening is Entertainment." And it is. Think of your yard and home as a stage. The plants, flowers, and herbs are part of the set design. You have the ability to create something amazing that will bring a smile to yourself daily.

If you're new to gardening, we'd recommend you do container gardening first as you'll find it easier. Also, swing by our nursery during an open season and we can help you select what you need to get started and give you advice.

Do you sell Proven Winners?

Yes, we do! A large selection.


"Beautiful, healthy plants and a unique, different baskets, pots, etc. I love that they are different than what you see everywhere else! Employees were wonderfully helpful and so friendly! Can't wait to go back next year! And I am from Eastern Oregon - the trip is worth it!"

Cheryl Palmateer
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