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On February 14, 2013, mlmlakestevens from Lake Stevens, WA wrote:
I always enjoy Molbaks. Yes it is big and not everyone knows the stock, but if you have a question there is always someone who can help. They have sections for Natives with all kinds of unusual things, and huge houseplant section- they will pot it for you, and drill holes in new pot for free. Have lunch or coffee at the tables in the middle, or at Taco Del Mar across the street.
On May 7, 2010, gardennut10 from Bellevue, WA wrote:
I used to shop there but got fed up with the high prices and un-helpful staff. A landscaper-friend of mine calls it "More-Bucks".
If you only want to LOOK, it is good for that. They do make beautiful displays and you can get good ideas for D.I.Y. projects at home. At Christmas they form a tree from potted poinsettias, and many people take pictures of family in front of it. They used to have a great selection of Sylvestrie christmas lights for sale at Christmas, don't know if they still do.
On July 14, 2007, AnalogDog from Mountlake Terrace, WA wrote:
This is probably the best known nursery in the Seattle area, and it is quite the place. Great diversity, very healthy plants, but the staff seem to be too busy to help, and prices can be a bit high, probably due to all the advertising.