Promotions & Special Offers

Promotions & Special Offers

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.Applies to “just about everything” except plants that are contract grown/already sold and stock material. Some of our pacific coast irises, a few are “stock material” said differently the “mother plants” , some things aren’t rooted out/too small to transplant successfully, but 99% is fair game. Does not apply to mail order purchases.

Achillea millefolium and ‘Island Pink’

Achillea millefolium- sale pricing applies to both white and ‘Island Pink’. For your meadow garden or perennial border. Flower in spring and again in fall. Excellent for pollinators.

Aquilegia formosa- western columbine

Aquilegia formosa– western columbine-Spring flowering for shade to part shade. Feeds hummingbirds and bees.

Galvezia ‘Gran Canon’

Galvezia ‘Gran Canon’– island snapdragon- red flowers all year feeding hummingbirds. For full sun to part shade and will flower all year.

Salvia apiana- white sage

Salvia apiana– white sage- beautiful white foliage and white flowers. Feeding bees and hummingbirds. Very drought tolerant. The stuff that “white sage honey” is made from. Native American significance too.

Sphaeralcea ambigua and mixed seedlings

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Sphaeralcea – desert mallows – flowers most of the year generally orange but some seedlings are pink to maroon or magenta sometimes. Plant in full sun.

Zauschneria – California fuchsia

Zauschneria – California fuchsia- all of our varieties. Plant these now so they’ll be really big by summer when they flower. These flower summer into early winter with bright red flowers. Excellent for feeding hummingbirds.

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