Promotions & Special Offers

Promotions & Special Offers

Take a look at the sale items at 20% off

for the week ending 1/13!

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And here’s the plant info.

Red buckwheat- Eriogonum grande rubescens

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Native to the Channel Islands- full sun in coastal gardens – part shade inland. H 1-1/2′ x W 2′ – red flowers in spring then again in fall.

Matilija poppies

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Matilija poppies- perennial/shrub – biggest flowers in the poppy family – plant in full sun. These flower from mid-March through July (with a little irrigation).  They can get aggressive so give them space.

Red sage- Salvia lemmonii

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Native to New Mexico, they will flower all year. Plant in full sun H 4+’ x W 4’+. Plant in full sun to part shade – good to feed hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies.

Desert mallows- Sphaeralcea ambigua and hybrids

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Desert mallows grow in California and through out the southwest. While the flowers are generally orange in Calif. they can bloom in a range of colors. Plant these in full sun- H 4′ x W 4′. Will flower all year and feed all kinds of bees and are caterpillar food plants for some butterflies.

Verbena lilacina ‘De La Mina’

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California native (sort of) from Cedros Island- fragrant purple flower that bloom all year and feed bees and butterflies. Plant in shade to full sun. H 2-1/2′ x W 3′ .

Indian mallow – Abutilon palmeri

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Abutilon plameri is native to our deserts and deserts of the southwest. They grow well in your native garden. Beautiful poppy color flowers from early spring through mid-winter.  H 4′ x W 4′ – plant in full sun and good bee plants too.

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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