Our pricing…typically our 1-gallon plants sell for $8 each with some exceptions. The exceptions wouldbe like our matilija poppies and some or our hybrid pacific coast irises. Our 5-gallons typically are $25 each with the same exceptions.
Here are this weeks items on sale at 20% off- ending 12/14!!!!
Asclepias fascicularis 1-gallons $6.40 each marked down from $8.- narrow leaf milkweed. This is the food plant for both monarch caterpillars as well as queen butterfly caterpillars. If you plant this out your garden will be covered with monarchs in both fall and early spring.
Sundrops – Calyulophus berlanderia normally $8 for a 1 gallon now $6.40 each. Excellent almost ever blooming ground cover. Watch the bees play in the flowers.
Heuchera maxima 1-gallons $6.40 each marked down from $8 and 5-gallons $20 marked down from $25 each. For your shade garden – fields of white flowers. Good for feeding hummingbirds too. Channel Islands native.
Iris pacific coast hybrids – normally $10 each/1-gallon marked down to $7.50 each or 25%! These are seedlings from our hybrids produced by open pollination or in this case the bees. You’ll get large flowers this spring in a wide range of colors. Plant in you shade garden. Very drought tolerant when established. Little to now summer water.
Monardella odoratissima- mountain mint. Easy to grow with long blooming period and excellent pollinator plants for all kinds for butterflies, bees, and even hummingbirds. And, minty fragrance!
Salvia lemmonii- Now $6.40 for a 1-gallon pot down from $8 and the 5-gallon are $20 down from $25. These will flower all year – plant in full sun to part shade. You’ll bring and feed bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds.
Sphaeralcea ambigua- desert mallow now 1-gallons $6.40 and 5-gallons $20. Plant them in full on sun. With periodic irrigation they’ll flower all year. H 4′ x W 4′ – excellent pollinators and cut flowers too.
Vitis ‘Roger’s Red’ Now 1-gallons $6.40 and 5-gallons $20 each. This is a cross between a native Calif. grape, Vitis calif. and a French wine grape- a natural cross. Fast growing in sunny spots. Large green grape leaves produce deep purple grapes that I’ve eaten – and are pretty good. Then in fall the leaves turn bright red.