Our pricing…typically our 1-gallon plants sell for $8 each with some exceptions. The exceptions would be like our matilija poppies which are $10 each and our pacific coast irises that can range from $10 each for the “mixed” colors or douglas types to $14 for the more intense hybrids. Our 5-gallons typically are $25 each with the same exceptions like the matilija poppies are $30 and our pacific coast irises (sold in 3Gallon pots-wider -surface area not so much deep are better for them, range from $25 for the “mixed” and up to $40 for the more intense and bigger hybirds.
Matilija Nursery – Specials for YOUR GARDEN!!!!All of the items below are 20% off through 3/16/2019!
.We grow two species of native yarrow the white flowering (Achillea millefolium) and the Island Pink. Both grow in identical conditions and are excellent for feeding bees and butterflies. Used in meadow gardens and lawn replacement.
The rest of the 20% off specials are shown below!
Achillea millefolium and Achilled millefolium ‘Isand Pink’ our native yarrow that you see hiking around and the ‘Island Pink’ a Channel Islands native. With some irrigation they’ll flower heavily in both spring and fall. Excellent for both bees, butterfies, and meadow gardens- sun to part shade.
Aqulegia or columbine…we have two of these on the list. The first is Aqulegia chrysantha, a yellow flowering columbine from the southwest. The other is Aqulegia formosa or western columbine and it’s native to California. It’s also native to Ventura County too. Both of these should be planted in shade to part shade and will flower heavily in spring through early summer and will flower again in fall with some irrigation. Excellent for hummingbirds (pollinators for them) and bees.
Aster chilensis- California aster- flowers from late spring through early fall. Grows nicely in full sun by the coast to part shade inland. Will also grow well in containers on a patio.
Salvia lemmonii- native to New Mexico, these will flower all year and grow best in the sun but will also grow well and flower in the shade too. These will bring and feed butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden!
Feeding the hummingbird population at the nursery and your garden.
Feeding the butterflies – the monarchs during monarch mating season.
Salvia leucophylla ‘Pt. Sal’- is a low growing and mounding purple sage found in Santa Barbara County. These can get 2-1/2′ tall and can spread to 6′ wide. Sun near to coast and part shade inland.
Sisyrinchium bellum- blue-eyed grass- one of our native perennials that flower mid-winter through early spring. They are used in perennial borders or meadow gardens. They’re actually not a grass at all but in the iris family.
Verbena lilacina ‘De La Mina’ and Santa Barbara Botanic introduction- will occasional irrigation they’ll flower all year. In warm areas like Ojai and Simi Valley you might want to plant in shade to part shade other areas can go in full sun. Flowers – sweet fragrance feeding bees and especially butterflies.
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!!!