As the New Year approaches, we want to thank you for a wonderful 2015! Our staff of Garden Design Experts, our Operations Team members, everyone on our team thanks you for your continued patronage.
Stay tuned for details on our Annual Japanese Maple Festival!
(Below) Even though it may feel and look like winter (because it really is), there are several ways to add some color and fun to brighten your days. A great way to add indoor and outdoor color is by planting in containers like the stunning Asian ceramic containers below. Our Garden Design Experts Miguel, CJ, and Steve can help you find containers (we have a huge selection of terra cotta, Talavera Pottery, contemporary and classic designs, and lightweight containers–great for areas where weight is a concern).
(Below) Camellias are a beautiful plant you can expect to bloom now and into spring. We have a generous selection of Sasanqua and Japonica Camellias.
Camellias can be planted in the ground, scattered or used as a hedge. They also make wonderful container plants. Ask Miguel, Steve, or CJ, our Garden Design Experts, which soils and amendments to use to ensure your Camellia thrives whether in the ground or a container. They can also help you choose the right size container.
(Above) The Hana Jiman Camellia is in bloom now.
(Below) The new Peek-A-Boo Camellia produces a beautiful flower.
Camellias have long been known for their countless flower types, many of which resemble roses.
(Below) Our container selection is the best and most extensive around. Stop in to check out all of the styles and sizes we have on our 2+ acres.
Color in the Winter Garden
Let one of our Garden Design Experts show you how you can have color in a winter garden in Southern California. All of the plants you see on this page are in bloom now and will turn your landscape into a winter wonderland of color.
(Above and below) Australian Tea Trees are budded up and in bloom now. These gorgeous plants can be grown in shrub and tree form.
Australian Tea Trees have intriguing foliage and a variety of flower colors you’ll enjoy in the garden.
(Below) Another Australian native in bloom now is Grevillea, which comes in many varieties, each with a unique flower and growing habit.
(Below) Another Grevillea
(Below) South African native plants do well in our climate, too, and will bring color to your winter garden. The Sweet Pea Shrub offers a showy, bright purple flower.
(Below) Leucadendron, another plant native to South Africa, brings a wealth of color choices to the garden via its remarkable foliage.
(Below) Yes, you can have color in a winter garden!
Succulents, Containers–How Fun!
(Above and below) A wise owl knows how much fun it is to hang out with Succulents, one of today’s “hot” plants. We have an amazing selection of succulents, from small to large, and containers suitable for all sizes.
Stop in today to see all of the many ways you can spruce up your garden and home. We’re here to help you have the best garden and garden accents around.