As winter rains give way to lush green hills and wildflowers, you, too, will want to turn your attention to putting color in your world in your garden. And now that California’s Governor Jerry Brown has declared our drought emergency over, we can all dig in to Mother Earth and grow our bounty, in a responsible way.
(Below) Hydrangea mark spring quite like no other plant! We have a limited supply of these beauties so hurry in to get yours now.
(Below) Who doesn’t love a fragrant rose? Visit now as our large selection of roses come into their first bloom, which always produces vivid colors you’ll want in your garden!
(Below) Henry Fonda Roses bloom profusely in their energetic yellow.
(Below) Falstaff Rose features large, shallowly cupped blooms with a powerful fragrance.
(Below) Turn your landscape into something that does the job and that the neighbors will admire. This border is punctuated by large crimson Kangaroo Paws with low plants of attractive green foliage for filler. The green Japanese Maple Tree just over the picket fence in the front yard adds a nice contrast to the Kangaroo Paws. Let our Garden Design Experts Steve, Miguel and CJ help you have a beautiful garden.
(Below) Kangaroo Paws come in a variety of colors and produce a flower that looks like its namesake.
(Below) The highly prized Japanese Maple comes in a variety of foliages, each one delicately unique. We have a good selection of this beloved tree in many sizes so stop in now for the best selection.
(Below) Salvias are a hardy, waterwise plant that will add scintillating color to your landscape and use very little water once established.
(Below) Stop in today to see all of the wonderful colors you can get from salvias, including purple, pink, blue, lavender, white, and red.
(Below) We have small plants for small hands so bring the kids in and let their gardening adventures begin. We have gardening tools, gloves, and watering cans for little hands, too.
(Below) Our buyers are always on the lookout for unusual and hard-to-find plants so visit often to see what’s new.
(Below) Edible season is in full swing so get planting! We have strawberries, tomatoes, lettuce, kale, chard, squash, hot peppers, bell peppers, cucumbers, blueberry bushes, raspberry bushes, blackberry bushes, grapes, eggplant, dill, rosemary, lemon trees, grapefruit, orange trees, lime trees, chives, onions, garlic, shallots, basil, cilantro, thyme, sage and much more.
(Below) Moonglow Grevillea makes a beautiful border and privacy hedge. This Australian Native plant is hard-to-find and we have it!
(Below) Plants on trellises are an easy way to create an instant privacy hedge. We carry a variety of trellised plants year-round.
(Below) Bottle Brush is another Australian Native plant good for use as a hedge or stand-alone focal point.
(Below) We have some Purple Bottle Brush, which is hard to find.
(Below) Wax Flower is another great waterwise plant. It also makes a great cut flower in an arrangement.
(Below) If you’re looking for large plants and trees, we have boxed specimen sizes.
(Below) Dwarf Bottle Brush makes an attractive low hedge.
(Below) We carry a diverse selection of plants in one-gallon size containers.
(Below) Create a dynamic, colorful setting in your home and garden with hydrangeas and colorful bedding plants, including California Poppies.
(Below) Flax and Cordyline can add vibrant color to your landscape. Stop in to see all of the electric choices you have!
(Below) Diamond Heights Ceanothus offersinterestingg foliage for the garden.
(Below) There are countless ways to have a garden that conserves water AND adds beauty and enjoyment. Ask one of our Garden Design Experts Miguel, CJ and Steve for assistance. They’re happy to answer questions, point you in the right direction, and advise you on your projects.
See you at the garden center!