Looking to bring more life and personality into your home and garden? West Linn is the place to shop for everything home décor, garden flowers, house plants, handmade gifts and local foods.
If you want to focus on native foliage in your garden, Bosky Dell Natives, offering Pacific Northwest natives, is your one stop shop. Whether you want a hummingbird, butterfly or backyard birds garden, they have helpful information about all of the plantings that will make your space pop with wildlife. They believe that naturescaping can take place anywhere and that we are all stewards of this world. Creating a sanctuary for yourself can also have lasting value to beneficial insects and other creatures.
Barn Owl Nursery also offers plants and products with a specific focus, nearly 100 different cultivars of Oregon grown lavender plants along with a selection of their favorite culinary herbs. All the perennial herbs they sell are started from cuttings. This insures that you are getting the correct species and cultivar. COVID update: The nursery is open by appointment only. You may also purchase their plants and products online for on-farm pickup.
Across the street from West Linn’s new food cart pod on Historic Willamette’s Main Street, The Vintage West Linn is the new shop on the block, offering vintage treasures in a bug-cute bungalow house. There are plenty of gems to find here, both old and new. Visit Wednesday evenings, weekends or by appointment.
At World HeARTs Fair Trade, down the street from The Vintage Nest, you can shop for products sourced directly from Fair Trade Federation, a community of like-minded individuals who work closely with artisans in developing countries to ensure fair wages, safe working conditions, environmental responsibility and economic growth. Shop with Intention. Give with purpose.
Looking for handmade gifts? West Linn's Willamette Summer Street Market runs every Wed from 4–8pm, mid-May through mid-Sept on Historic Willamette Main Street. Find fresh produce and organic foods and one-of-a-kind handcrafted goods. Local artisans, as well as cideries, wineries, distilleries, and cocktail vendors make the Summer Street Market one of the most dynamic markets in the region.