Matilija Nursery – Specials for YOUR GARDEN!!!!!!
Abutilon palmeri(above) – Indian mallow- full sun love the heat. Flower all year with the exception of the last half of winter. Great bee plants too. 1-gallons $6.40 down from $8.00 and 5-gallons $20.00 down from $25.00.
Calylophus berlanderia (above)- sundrops- natives of Texas plant in sun to part shade. The are low growing H 1/2′ x W 2′. Flower all year with some irrigation 2x/month. Bright flowers with pollen and nectar for the bees and butterflies. 1-gallon $6.40 down from $8.00.
Conoclinium coelestinum(above) or blue mistflower. These are native to Texas and the midwest. Bloom time from summer through early winter just in time to feed the monarchs and other butterflies. Die back in winter but bright green in spring and flowering again in summer through winter. 1-gallon $6.40 down from $8.00 and 5-gallon $20 down from $25.00.
Iris pacific coast ‘Wilder Than Ever'(above) This is one of the many hybrid native irises we grow- I almost never put these on special but these seem to be well ready for your garden early in the season and you’ll get lots of flowers for spring. Plant in shade – flowers are large 4″ to 5″ in diameter. These are very well rooted with the roots coming out the bottom just perfect for your garden. We have a very limited number in 3-gallon pots for sale at $20 each down from $25 very limited amount at this time, maybe only 15!
Lavatera assurgintiflora(above)- island bush mallow- these are fast growing large flowering bushes – big magenta flowers peak in spring then again in fall. H 9′ x W 10′, full sun to part shade against a wall or house. Excellent for feeding both bees and hummingbirds. Haven’t had these in years. 1-gallons only at $6.40 down from $8.00.
Salvia apiana(above) – white sage- one of our local natives and very drought tolerant silver/white leaves – tall flower spikes with white flowers. Full sun full heat. Great for bees and hummingbirds. 1-gallon $6.40 down form $8.00 5-gallon $20 down from $25.
Salvia spathacea(above) humminbird sage- low growing with tall flower spikes- plant in shade. In nature you’d find this in the hills in shady spots and under oak trees. Flowers spring and then again in fall and yes it does feed the hummingbirds. 1-gallon $6.40 down from $8.00 and 5-gallon $20 down from $25.
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!!!