Winter has hit Southern California and our recent rain means our ground is softer and ready for planting. Stop in to see how you can have color in your garden now, even in winter, by planting in the ground and in containers.
(Below) Camellias come alive during winter, adding an elegant beauty to the garden.
(Above and below) Notice the different flowers. Camellias come in semi-double, cup, formal double, single, Peony-form, Anemone form, and rose form.
(Below) We also have a large selection of containers in stock on our 2+ acres. Camellias can be grown in the ground or in containers. Ask one of our Garden Design Experts Miguel, Steve, or CJ for assistance. They can make sure you plant with the right soil for in-ground or container planting.
(Below) Isn’t this calliandra haematocephala beautiful with its red pom pom shaped flower? The flower also comes in pink and this wonderful evergreen plant is sometimes referred to as a red or pink powderpuff or red or pink pom pom.
(Below) The colors you can get from succulents is amazing! Stop in today to see our huge selection!
(Below) Decorative art like this will bring sunshine to any and every day. Put some “happy” in your garden or home.
(Below) The exotic Moonlight Grevillea can be hard to find but we do stock it. Plant a row of this beautiful shrub/tree and marvel at its beauty.
(Below) Red is the color flower most commonly associated with Grevillea, which are native to Australia and do well hit since we share a similar climate. Ask our Garden Design Experts CJ, Miguel, or Steve for guidance.
(Below) Planting in containers can enable you to move plants to suit your design as well as to help them meet their sun requirements.
(Below) We have pre-planted succulent arrangements sure to delight you!
(Below) The light shines on and through a succulent. Nature’s art.
(Below) We always have a great selection of containers in a variety of styles, sizes, and colors.
(Below) Yes, you can plant in winter in Southern California! Get your plants in the ground so they soak up winter’s rain.
(Below) A newly planted garden demonstrates waterwise plants and a variety of colors and textures.
(Below) Even bedding plants are full of color in winter. Stop in to see our selection.
(Below) Cool-season vegetables and herbs are here so plant anew for 2017 to have fresh food on your table. Fennel, below, even attracts Swallowtail Butterflies.
(Below) From garden statuary to fountains to garden art, we have a great assortment of top-quality items to select from.
As 2016 winds down to a close, we want to thank all of you for making our year beautiful and fun! Thank you for your patronage! And remember: We’re here to serve you so put our Garden Design Experts, Operations Team members, and Delivery Specialists to work for you. Wishing you all a bountiful 2017!