ince 1984, The Gardener's Berkeley location has offered customers home and garden goods that celebrate the season. The Fourth Street store is the largest of the three stores and offers a diverse mix of merchandise: tables made from reclaimed wood, salad bowls in all shapes and sizes, vases, baskets and platters to hold your garden's bounty, fresh-smelling soaps and body care, one-of-a-kind cabinets, stools and tables from all over the world, and, of course, a hand-picked selection of perfect gardening tools. A destination for Bay Area residents and visitors, there's always something new to see at the Berkeley store.
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Open Tuesday—Friday 10am-6pm • Saturday 9am-6pm • Sunday 11am-5pm
Open Sunday-Friday 11am to 5:30 pm
Open Saturday 11- 6 pm
lta Tingle opened The Gardener in 1984 in a small storefront in Berkeley, California. In 1987, The Gardener moved across the street to its present location, into a space more than triple the size of the original store. A second store opened in Healdsburg, California, in 1998, in a barn surrounded by a large garden. A third store opened in San Francisco in 2003, in the newly-renovated Ferry Building.
Alta, a former garden designer and lecturer on landscape design, is an avid gardener and photographer. The Gardener is a collection of all the things that Alta, through her talents and interests, has learned to enjoy and appreciate in her life—a great pair of Japanese scissors for cutting flowers, the purest bar of lavender soap, a big ceramic bowl for the kitchen to hold the season's offerings—things that before had required trips to nurseries, hardware and specialty stores. When The Gardener first opened, there had never been a collection that recognized that even the most avid gardener lives indoors.