Job's Nursery LLC

Helping Tri-City Gardeners Grow for 75 Years!

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.

Prepare for End of Irrigation!
 As we approach the end of the watering season here are a simple steps to get your yard ready for winter before the watering season ends.

1. Apply a fall feeding to the lawn, this will keep the lawn greener later into the winter as well as in the early spring. A few blends include the Fertilome Green Maker and the Fertilome Winterizer. This can be done ahead of rain, however I find it easier to apply while the irrigation systems are still on. It's too late to feed trees, shrubs and perennials; we want these types of plants to harden off for winter.

2.Before the water shuts off deep soak your trees, shrubs and perennials. With sand soils then can be done with a couple of long run times, while with clay soils you'll need several short runs to the same.

3. When does my water shut off?
City of Pasco Oct 15th
Kennewick Irrigation District Oct 11th
Badger Mountain Irrigation District Oct 19th
Franklin County Irrigation District Oct 19th
Columbia Irrigation District Oct 21
Kiona Benton Irrigation District Oct 15
South Columbia Irrigation District Oct 27th  

4. Get your sprinklers blown out before Veteran's Day (Nov 11th), this our rule for the nursery.  Save time and money of having to repair your irrigation system in the spring by either blowing out your sprinkler system or hire someone to do it for you. 

5. Disconnect your hoses from faucets and drain your hoses. By disconnecting hoses from the faucets or hose bib allows them to drain and not lead to a pipe burst as water freezes in cold weather.  Draining hoses allows the hose to be ready to be used when you need to water evergreens and other newly planted plants in winter. To drain hoses uncoil them run them downhill and then roll or coil them up making sure water is draining out as your coil.

6.  Water your evergreens and plants that appreciate a drink.  Here is a list.