After a recent rain, our roses in bloom (above) seemed even more vibrant. The delicate rain drops still on their leaves reminded me that all our rainfall this year has prepped the ground for a spectacular spring of color.
Spring is here and with it, the kind of weather that’s perfect for gardening. Ask Darla or Steve for guidance. They can help you find the ideal plants for your growing conditions and help you make sure your soil is as prime for planting as possible.
We’ve just received a shipment of Unique Stone from North Carolina. The terminals above were used to mark property lines and are gorgeous reproductions. Other Unique Stone gallery items (above) now in include benches, fountains, the Atlas console (below), urns and other elegant stone creations.
This plant (below) won’t be sold until our resident mama hummingbird (below) has her babies.
Stunning Ceanothus (below) is a gorgeous shrub that comes in a variety of growing habits and shades of blue. You will see many of these shrubs/trees in bloom now. I found several beautiful specimens on a walk in the Manhattan Beach Botanical Garden yesterday. The garden is in Polliwog Park and open to the public for free.
Duck, duck, goose! The friendly critters below can inhabit your garden, too. They don’t make a mess or fuss but are very fun to look at and talk about. Ours can be found in our growing garden located in front of the parking lot toward Mindanao Way and are set amongst grasses that sway in the breeze. Be sure to take a minute to tour our growing garden. There are pathways that lead through the area with signs noting the plants you’re seeing.
Roses (below) make elegant statements in the garden. We have more than 60 varieties to choose from with signs that show the colorful flower and describe the bush.
Cistus (below), aka Rock Rose, comes in a glorious dynamic pink and a beautiful white.
This ornate fountain (below) from Unique Stone subtly captures blue herons. Let it be a focal point in your garden, patio or entryway.
Unique Stone’s terminals (below) are masterful pieces of art.
Each one of the four terminals represents a season.
Hydrangeas (below) immediately capture the eye and freshen the heart with their vivid colors.
Unique Stone’s exemplary products (below) are made from the finest materials.
Jasmine (below) offers a sweet scent and is beautiful to look at. Ask Steve or Darla how you can add this wonderful vine to your landscape.