Job's Nursery LLC

Helping Tri-City Gardeners Grow Since 1940!

Job's Nursery LLC is a family owned nursery and tree farm that offers a wide selection of outdoor plants that are hardy for our area. We are located just north of Pasco on Columbia River Road.  It's a short trip to a beautiful location to escape the hustle and bustle of your everyday life.

Plant Health Questions

For us to help best help you, we have come up a list of questions for you to help inform us of the conditions that plant is in.  Feel free to copy and paste these questions into an email and send it to us, and remember to be as specific as possible. Please allow a couple of days for us to reply back.

-If you purchased the plant from Job's, please provide an invoice number or the name it was purchased under, so we can look it up.

-When did you first notice the issue or concern? (We look at weather data to see what the weather conditions were like at the time point)

-How long has the plant been planted in your yard?

-What exposure is the plant in?  (North, South, West, Full Sun, Morning Sun, Morning Shade)

-Has anything been sprayed within 20 feet of the plant, and if so what has been sprayed? (fertilizer, fungicides, herbicides, weed and feed, insecticides)

-When was the plant last fertilized?  If so with what? (Brand names or number formulations are great info for us)

-How long and often are you watering the plant? (15 minutes twice a day, every day; 2 hours once a week; etc)

-What type of sprinklers are applying the water?  (Drip, Impact, Rotator, Pop-up, MP-Rotator; if none of these terms are familiar, then simply take a picture of your sprinkler and attach it to the email)

-What type of soil do you have in your yard? (sand, loam, clay, silt; if your not sure just provide your address and we can figure it out from there)

-Have you had any interruptions in your irrigation system like an outage or timer malfunction?

-Please take photos of the plant overall, a close up of the affected area or damage and email those as well. 

If email is not your thing, you are welcome to bring in the photos and question answers to the nursery, so we may help you.