Take a look at the sale items at 20% off- Good through 3/17!!!!!!
And here’s the plant info.
Golden columbine-Aqulegia chrysantha
These columbines are native to the mountains of the southwest- flower spring and then again in fall. Plant in shade to part shade. Great for both bees and humminbirds. Tons of bright yellow flower H 2-1/2′ x W 2′.
Matilija poppies- Romenya coulteri
Matilija poppies – the largest flowering poppies with flowers 6″ across. They bloom from the end of March through July. Plant in full sun – can be aggressive, not a bad thing. Excellent cut flowers and good bee plants too. ON SALE AT $8 FOR A 1-GALLON CONTAINER!
Desert mallows- Sphaeralcea ambigua and hybrids
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.
Blue-eyed grass- Sisyrinchium bellum
Sisyrinchium bellum or blue-eyed grass, actually in the iris family, low growing perennial for meadow gardens or perennial border. Blue flowers mid-winter through spring.
Red sage – Salvia lemmonii
Native to New Mexico but easy to grow here in full sun to part shade. Flower all year and excellent for feeding hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees. H 4′ x W 4′.
Seaside daisy- Erigeron glaucus
Seaside daisy- low growing with pink daisy like flowers. Blooms from late winter through mid-fall. Use in borders and meadow gardens. Excellent one to feed the bees and 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!!!