Promotions & Special Offers

Promotions & Special Offers

A note on pricing- our typical – 1-gallon plants sell for $7, with a and the 5-gallon plants $22 -with a few $2 to $5 higher that can be a little more of a challenge to grow for your garden. Except when they’re on SALE and they are even less!!!!!

Weekly Items on Special for week ending 8/27   

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All great choices for summer planting and flowers…..    Hummingbird sage (Salvia spathacea) low growing/spreading for shaded spots of sun by the coast. Flower spring and again in fall – natural hummingbird feeder. Chocolate daisies- Berlandieria lyrata- strong chocolate fragrance and excellent nectar plant for butterflies and bees too. Island snapdragon – all of our Galvezia species. Red tube flowers from late winter to the end of fall. Sun to part shade- excellent hummingbird feeders. Island Pink yarrow- great lawn substitute- perennial border – bees and butterflies.  Mexican blue sage- Salvia chamaedryoies. Hard to find a true blue flower- flower – cut them back and flower again. Good natural feeder for hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees too. Abutilon palmeri – poppy color flowers from late winter through fall- full sun- good bee plants.   All great for summer planting and bringing the Wild Kingdom to your garden!                                             

You can email me with any plant related questions for free- personal advice I charge for and I don’t have a license! matilijanurseryweb@gmail.com.

And Native Wear

Here’s are first Matilija Nursery “Native Wear ” intro. at the dirt cheap price of $16 or free with purchase of $150 or more. Sizes XL, L, M won’t last long – selling fast!!!

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Also, turn in your old nursery pots for credit against purchase – great way to get rid  of your trashy old pots and bring home new plants for the garden!!!

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