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Spring Planting in Los Angeles and Southern California: Tomatoes, Strawberries, Swiss Chard, Squash, Peppers, Blueberries, Wisteria, Roses, Bougainvillea, Succulents

Gardeners are eagerly in the throes of planting all things edible, from Basil and Mint to Tomatoes and Strawberries and everything else they can get their hands on.

Indeed, the garden center is packed with all of the best edibles you need, including squash, swiss chard, cauliflower, peas, lima beans, blueberries, fruit trees, and citrus.


(Below) Roses are here, with many, like the Henry Fonda Hybrid Tea Rose, blooming now!


(Below) The garden center is also loaded with a variety of plants staked on trellises. Bougainvillea is one plant that looks gorgeous for most of the year while providing privacy when used as a privacy screen. Plants growing on trellises are a great way to get instant privacy. Plant them in the ground or in containers depending upon your situation and needs.


(Below) Spring’s arrival brings Wisteria to the forefront. This stunning vine is a garden treasure. We have it in purple and white.


(Below) We take great pride in offering a huge assortment of succulents and cacti in all sizes. Ask one of our Garden Design Experts Steve, CJ, or Miguel for guidance on where and how to plant these water-wise plants.



Strawberry Fields Forever


(Above and below) In addition to offering a nice selection of strawberry plants, we are also your go-to for strawberry containers. We’ve planted some up for you; you can plant them yourself, or ask us to plant one for you.


(Below) Ruby Red Swiss Chard is a beautiful plant that not only looks good in the garden but tastes good.


(Above and below) We offer USDA-certified Organic vegetables and herbs.



(Below) Garden Design Expert Miguel (seen in the blue shirt in the background) helps a gardener select plants while a sweet Collie does the same for its owner.



(Below) We’re not sure if this gentleman is a California Native but we do want to let you know we have a ton of California, Australian, and South African native plants that are drought-tolerant once established.



Privacy Screen Plants

(Below) Plants staked wide on trellises are a great way to gain privacy from prying eyes pretty quickly. Ask our Garden Design Experts to show you all of the options we have throughout the garden center. A few are below.


(Below) Wisteria




Plant  for Butterflies, Birds, Bees

You can help keep the circle of life going by planting plants known to benefit butterflies, bees, and birds.


(Below) Monarch Butterfly lovers know we’re the best place to find Milkweed, the plant Monarchs need to survive.



New Statuary: Sea Shell Planters, Mushrooms, Bridges, and More



This time of year, the garden center is awash in the blossoms, textures, colors, and beauty of nature! Stop in today to see how we can help you enhance your home and garden.