Welcome to Picos Nursery and Landscaping

2016 will be the farewell season of
Pico's Nursery and Landscaping.

After 32 years in business, owners Angelo and Dia Musante will be retiring. All season long, April 1 – Aug. 1, Pico's will be having special sales to mark this final year in business. The specials will change from month to month, so keep an eye on this website for deals that will beautify your home and property at great savings!

Hours of operation are 8:30 am to 5 pm Monday through Saturday April 1 through Aug. 1. In May and June we are open 7 days a week, 8:30 am to 5 pm.


April 16 - 29: Native trees and shrubs are 30% off. If you purchase $50 worth or more of featured sale plants, you will also get 30% off anything else you buy at Pico's that day.

April 30 - May 13: All select 20/25 gallon deciduous trees are 30% off! Includes maples, locust and catalpa trees! Buy one or more trees and take 30% off your entire purchase!

May 14 – June 2: All evergreen shrubs 30% off! Buy $50 worth or more of evergreen shrubs and take 30% off your entire purchase!

Pico's Nursery is a full-service nursery with four acres of trees, shrubs and flowers. We have been in business in Lakeside, Arizona since 1977. Pico's aim is to provide you with old-fashioned customer service and help you create an outdoor setting that is exactly what you want.

Our nursery, landscaping and design crews are pleased to bring you the quality services you have come to know and expect. Bring us your ideas for landscaping. We'll guide you through plant and tree selections to match your growing conditions, water requirements and visual expectations. Or, let our professional staff create the landscape of your dreams.

Come and wander our beautiful grounds to see the limitless possibilities our business can provide for you. You are bound to find countless inspirational ideas! The nursery is open April 1 to Oct 31, Monday-Saturday, 8:30-5:00. In May & June we're open 7 days per week. The landscape office is open weekdays year-round, but with reduced hours in winter.

I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in.

--John Muir

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