It’s the time of year gardeners have been waiting for: Spring! So, stop in soon to see all of the spectacular beauty you can have in your home and garden. And, remember to stock up on Bumper Crop during our once-a-year only sale: You can’t afford not to!
Spring is just a week away and the garden center is full of new arrivals — roses, ceanothus, lavender, salvias, rosemary, olive trees, mirror plants, boxwoods, pittosporum, euphorbia, golden euonymus, variegated mock orange, and lots of other plants.
We also have a good selection of avocado trees, citrus trees (lemons, limes, oranges, grapefruit), blueberry and raspberry bushes, tomatoes, lettuce, kale, cabbage, broccoli, mint, coriander, artichokes, and more.
(Below) Add the beauty and grace of the Wisteria vine to your landscape. We have a limited supply of this much-loved plant in purple and white.
(Below) Garden Design Expert Miguel answers a client’s gardening question. Our knowledgeable Garden Design Experts are happy to help assist you. They can show you where certain plants are, explain how to plant in the ground or containers, show you the best soil amendments to plant with, and make suggestions based on the specifics of your planting area (sun, soil, shade, etc.).
(Below) The Pink Powder Puff Tree is a large evergreen shrub known for its visually appealing flower puffs that add dynamic flair to the landscape. They make a colorful tall hedge that will keep prying eyes out. We have several pre-planted and staked on trellises, making them ready-to-go for use for privacy (second photo below, in the background).
(Above) Potato Vine and Pink Powder Puff Tree, in the background, demonstrate how plants on trellises can be used to create privacy on a balcony, outside a window, or along a fence line. In front of those plants are many in bloom, including Tea Tree, Lavender, Sages, and Salvias. Stop in now to design a beautiful lavender garden! We have many varieties of this fragrant plant.
(Below) A salvia in bloom.
(Below) Tea Trees are in bloom and looking stunning.
(Below) Garden Design Expert CJ helps clients select some plants. The Sweet Pea Tree in front of them will make a nice focal point in the garden or in a container.
(Below) California Native Plants are in! Concha Ceanothus is a great way to go water wise and add a beautiful blue to your landscape. A California Poppy and flats of ground cover can be seen in the background.
(Below) Ray Hartman Ceanothus in tree form climbs an arbor.
(Below) Euphorbia ‘Tiny Tim’ makes a great border plant and also looks great in a container of mixed plants. Its compact dome-shaped mound of light green foliage sports bright red nugget centered chartreuse flowers from spring to early summer.
(Below) Behind the Topiary Spiral Junipers is a row of tall Podocarpus. Both make great hedges and focal points, and can be used to create a privacy screen or row of attractive greenery.
(Below) As we move from a cold winter to spring and summer, edibles are filling up the garden center. Avocado and Citrus Trees are in limited supply and we have a good selection. Avocado Trees are in shorter supply right now so hurry in if you want one.
(Below) Grow your own antioxidant-rich fruit with our Blueberry Bushes. We also have Raspberry Bushes.
(Below) Bring the kids with you and make gardening a family experience! Edibles are a great way for kids to learn all about food and how it grows. This family snagged one of our citrus trees (look at all the flowers on it!) and veggies and herbs. In the background: We have a nice selection of strawberry pots and strawberries so let the fun begin!
(Below) Our Citrus Trees are full of flowers. Grow your own lemons, limes, oranges, tangerines, tangelos, and grapefruit. Ask one of our Garden Design Experts Steve, CJ, or Miguel for assistance.
(Below) Assistant Manager Darlene answers a client’s questions about tomatoes. Yes, tomato season has begun and we have many varieties, so come in now.
(Below) We stock organic tomatoes. Can you say, “Yummy?”
(Below) How will you carry your Tomato Cage?
(Below) Gardeners peruse the tomatoes.
Looking for a new plant? We’re always on the lookout for new introductions. (Below) Isn’t Sunset’s new “Angyo Star’ beautiful? You’ll find it in our Shade Plant area.
(Below) Add some charm to your garden with a beautiful Azalea. We have several robust varieties in bloom now.
(Below) Azalea Trees make great container plants.
(Below) Our Succulent selection has never looked better–from large specimens to all of those unusual little succulents you’d like to plant in containers! Stop in to see what’s new.
(Below) Orange is just one of the vivid colors you can get from succulents!
(Below) You’ll enjoy wandering our aisles and aisles of Succulents.
See you at the garden center!