Our 2+ acres allows us to keep a constant stock of trees, shrubs, and vines, year-round. And we are the place to find the highest-quality plants for your garden and landscape.
We carry a variety of Pittosporum, Junipers, Cypress, Olive Trees, Podocarpus, Tea Trees, Purple Hopseed Trees, Privets, Boxwoods, Pink Powder Puff, Potato Vine, Jasmine, Clematis, Passion Fruit, Morning Glory, Japanese Maples, Giant Bird of Paradise, Ceanothus, Euphorbia, Mirror Bush, Leucadendron, Grevillea, Arbutus, Wisteria, Camellias, Azaleas, Daisy Trees, and more.
(Above) We invite you to stroll our grounds to find just the plants you want. Ask one of our Garden Design Experts for assistance. Their professional knowledge will help make your garden just what you want.
(Below) Tea Trees are a colorful addition to the garden.
(Below) Pink Powder Puff is known for its stunning flowers. It’s great as a garden focal point or privacy hedge.
Plants on trellises are a good way to jumpstart your privacy hedge. Use them grouped together to create an attractive hedge and get the privacy you want.
(Below) Purple Hopseed, in the background, offers attractive foliage and is a quick-growing tree and shrub.
We are the place to find Olive Trees, both fruitless and fruit-bearing, as well as dwarf sizes.
(Below) If you want to discover the many Pittosporum trees available to plant, stroll our grounds straight back behind the store. Kohuhu, aka Pittosporum, offers many stunning varieties. You’ll have fun checking them all out in person.
(Below) California Native Ceanothus is a beautiful tree and shrub.
(Below) Wisteria is a charmer. Plant this stunning spring bloomer and bring beauty and grace into your garden. Ask one of our Garden Design Experts for information on this much-loved vine.
(Below) Mirror Bush offers exciting foliage.
(Below) The Australian Native plant Grevillea comes in a variety of growing habits and performs well in our climate. We have tree-shapes, shrubs, and low-growing Grevillea.
(Below) Moonglow Grevillea offers a soft white flower.
(Below) South African Native plants are also beautiful in Southern California gardens. Leucadendron, in particular, offers a diverse array of foliage with different seasonal characteristics.
(Below) Sweet pea shrubs add a distinctive beauty to the garden. This South African Native plant attracts butterflies, birds, and bees, and is an excellent choice for wildlife gardens. It grows 2 to 3 feet tall and thrives in sun or shade. Ask one of our Garden Design Experts for assistance.
(Below) There are countless trees, shrubs, and vines in countless heights, widths, colors, and growing habits to choose from when planting in your landscape. Visit us to find just what you’re looking for.
Camellias (below) and Azaleas can be used as borders, for hedges, or as solo focal points.
(Below) Camellia flowers are known as the wintertime rose. It’s no wonder! Their evergreen waxy foliage helps create the plant’s overall appeal.