Fall planting time is here and you can bring the added dimension of the wild kingdom to your garden with big savings! And save even more if you recycle your old nursery containers- scroll down for that info.
Here’s a little info. on the sale items for the week. The Mexican tulip poppy, Hunnmannia fumariifoli is a perennial that lives in the garden for about 3 years. It flowers from early spring through early winter. The Ceanothus ‘Matilija Bob’ is a nice dark green Ceanothus that’s medium size H 5′ x W 5+’. They flower in spring then on an off into fall an again in fall. The deergrass- Muhlenbergia rigens is a nice medium size grass that is good for borders or backgrounds. The Salvia ‘Bon Bon’ is like a smaller more compact Cleveland sage about H 2-1/2′ x w 3′. It’s a cross that popped up at the nursery. The island red buckwheat or Eriogonum grande rubescens is nice short perennial that flowers intensely in spring then again in fall with a little water and is a Channel Island native. The Abutilon palmeri is a desert perennial that grows and flowers well in a garden. These will flower just about all year if you trim off the dead flowers they will regrow and flower and flower. They are excellent bee plants too.
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!!!