Promotions & Special Offers

Promotions & Special Offers

Our pricing…typically our 1-gallon plants sell for $8 each with some exceptions. The exceptions would

be like our matilija poppies and some or our hybrid pacific coast irises.  Our 5-gallons typically are $25 each with the same exceptions.

All of the below items are on sale irrespective of container size at 20% off- for the week ending  8/24!

Achillea millefolium and Achillea millefolium ‘Island Pink’ – can be used as lawn substitutes, for a meadow garden, or perennial border. Given occasional irrigation they’ll flower most of the year with the exception of middle winter. Excellent one to feed the butterflies with too.

Asclepias – all species- milkweed- the stuff that monarch butterflies (and queen butterflies) lay their eggs on. This is a REAL DEAL! Plant them now so they are really big in fall for their mating season.

Hunnemannia fumariifolia- Mexican tulip poppies. Very bright and colorful perennials. These will flower from early spring into early winter. Plant in part shade to full sun by the coast.

Monardella odoratissima- mountain mint- very fragrant minty- feed butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds.


Rosa californica- California wild rose. Clusters of small pink flowers from sping through fall then bright red rose hip.

Vitis ‘Roger’s Red’ native grape hybrid-big beautiful green leaves-spring.

Can grow them in containers and will “fruit”- that you can eat-though small.

In late fall the leaves turn bright red.

Vitis ‘Roger’s Red’ – a hybrid native grape that can be a fast and somewhat aggressive grower. Beautiful bright green leaves. Will produce grapes in the 2nds year. Leaves turn bright red in all/winter.

Zauschneria- California fuchsia- a must for your summer garden. These flower summer through fall. Height 1-1/2 to 2′ W 2′ to 3′. excellent feeding hummingbird flowers.


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