Bedding plants, drought-tolerant perennials, gorgeous roses, and flowering hanging baskets are just a few of the new arrivals you’ll want to check out at the garden center. The hanging baskets, in particular, are the best we’ve seen in quite awhile and are locally grown.
(Below) Nemesia can be grown as bedding plants, edging plants, ground covers, in mixed borders, and planted in containers or hanging baskets.
(Below) Say “Hello” to the Colorita Alstroemeria! A welcome new addition to the garden center, this Alstroemeria is unlike any other. Just look at its bold, dynamic color. And, you can expect this winner to bloom all summer long. This is the perfect plant for full-sun balconies, decks, and spots in the garden. Ask one of our Garden Design Experts Steve, Miguel, or CJ for assistance with any of your gardening needs.
(Below) Have you seen Tuberous Begonias like this in a hanging basket? Look at the ruffled flowers and their striking color! Even the foliage on a Tuberous Begonia is attractive. This plant needs a semi-shady spot so find one and bring this gem home!
(Below) Petunias, Cosmos, Alyssum, Lobelia, Nasturtium, Bacopa, Foxglove, Delphiniums, and more awaits you and your garden.
(Below) Milkweed is the lifeblood of the Monarch Butterfly and we carry this plant year-round to support the Monarch population. Wander in, and you’re likely to see Monarchs flitting about the garden center! Right now, we have one of the best selections of Milkweed and it’s all looking absolutely wonderful!
(Below) Sea Lavender, aka Purple Statice, loves full sun and blooms spring into summer. It’s a low-maintenance plant that does well in our coastal climate and points inland. Ask one of our Garden Design Experts Miguel, CJ, or Steve for details.
(Below) Salvias are looking amazing right now and we have quite a selection.
(Below) Jerusalem Sage is one of Sunset Magazine’s Top 20 Favorite Perennials and you can see why.
(Below) The Pope John Paul II Rose is simply one of the most beautiful and exceptional roses you will ever grow. It has been awarded top honors for fragrance, vigorous growth, perfect bloom form, and superior disease resistance. It’s no wonder it remains a showpiece of the Vatican private garden to this day!
(Below) Wander our rose area and you’ll feel like you’re strolling through a rose garden. We have a good variety of roses, most in bloom.
(Below) How about a gazing ball or Talavera Pottery sun as a garden accent?
(Below) Think healthy, eat healthy. We have a great selection of blueberry bushes, grapes, herbs, strawberries, tomatoes, peppers, squash, eggplant, onions, and much more.
(Below) We are so jam packed with vegetables and herbs that we have to leave them on carts.
(Below) Flax and Cordyline give the garden a vast selection of colors and hues. Ask one of our Garden Design Experts CJ, Steve, or Miguel for help finding just the right plants for your garden.
(Below) Striations on the foliage–Who knew greens, browns, and golds could be so beautiful? Oh, yes, you can get pink on the foliage, too.
See you at the garden center!