1361 S. De Anza Blvd., Cupertino, CA 95014 408-252-3347
Hours: Monday thru Thursday 9am to 4pm | Friday thru Sunday 9am to 5pm

Welcome to Yamagami’s Nursery

On behalf of my family and all who represent Yamagami’s Nursery, I take great pleasure in welcoming you to our web site. We hope you find yamagamis.com a valuable tool to serve you better and to share the knowledge and expertise that comes from doing business in our community since 1948. – Preston Oka

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Fruit Trees:Take a look at we’ve got coming for the 2020 Season. Here’s the list, with descriptions.

Store Hours
Monday thru Thursday 9am to 4pm
Friday thru Sunday 9am to 5pm
Tuesday’s 8:30am to 9:30am seniors 60 over, pregnant women, and those considered high risk as defined by the CDC.

Please call us 408-252-3347 or email us at infocenter@yamagamis.com with your plant wish list and we will call you back with what we have in stock. We are still getting in fresh product weekly. Please be patient as we are running on limited staff. Please allow 24 to 48 hours for us to get back to you via phone or email.
Free deliveries to Cupertino and Saratoga on purchases over $50. Half-price delivery rates everywhere else.

Stay safe, stay healthy, and happy planting.

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The Yamagami’s Nursery Story

Yamagami's Street SignWe have a rich history and deep sense of community dating back to the original owner and visionary, Taro Yamagami. He started Yamagami’s Nursery as a fruit stand in the midst of orchards in San Jose, California. With his brother Jiro, Taro Yamagami is credited with designing and installing many of the older landscapes in the area. Taro was one of the first to be awarded a license in Landscape Architecture in the state of California. The nursery, in his mind, was a means of supplementing his landscape architecture and installation business. In 1953, Taro hired a young man, Mas Oka. In 1963 Taro decided to concentrate on the landscape portion of his business and sold the nursery to Mas and Betty Oka. Keeping the name of Yamagami’s Nursery, Mas & Betty proudly upheld the Yamagami way of doing business.

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