Our pricing…typically our 1-gallon plants sell for $8 each with some exceptions. The exceptions wouldbe like our matilija poppies and some or our hybrid pacific coast irises. Our 5-gallons typically are $25 each with the same exceptions.
And….and …bring in your old nursery pots to recycle and get a credit on purchase!!!!
Native yarrow – a couple of types
Achillea millefolium and ‘Island Pink’ both on sale this week at $6.40 for a 1-gallon, regularly $8. Use in meadow garden or perennial border. Used as lawn substitutes as well. Both native to the region
Chocolate Daisies- Berlanderia lyrata
Berlanderia lyrata- chocolate daisies- These southwest natives have a very strong chocolate fragrance and flower from spring through fall. Plant in part shade to full sun for your perennial or meadow garden.
Wild Ageratum or Blue Mistflower
Wild Ageratum – Conoclinium coelestinum- These are excellent, excellent, excellent nectar plants for your butterflies from mid-summer through mid-winter. In the pictures you can see monarch, queen, and painted lady butterflies. The 1-gallons are regularly $8 now $6.40 and the 5-gallons regularly $25 now $20.
Island red buckwheat- Eriogonum grande rubescens
Eriogonum grande rubescens- red buckwheat from the Channel Islands 1-gallons normally $8 now $6.40. Red flowering perennial blooming in late spring into mid-summer then again in fall. Low growing for meadow garden and perennial border. Good for feeding butterflies.
Salvia apiana-white sage
Salvia apiana or white sage very drought tolerant and easy to grow. 1-gallons usually $8 now $6.40 and our very large 5-gallon pots (really nice while they last) usually $25 now $20. One of the important and sacred plant for many Native Americans. They are really cool and I wouldn’t say it if it weren’t true!
Salvia lemmonii or red sage
Salvia lemmonii or red sage. These are native to New Mexico and will flower here all year- especially bright in summer. Medium size at H 4′ x W 4′ with bright red tube flowers to feed hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies.
Vitis ‘Roger’s Red’ – native grape hybrid
And even produce grapes
Turn bright red in fall
Vitis ‘Roger’s Red’ grape- a hybrid native grape the can cover a wall or pergola. Bright green leaves in early spring. Producing grapes in summer then bright red leaves in fall. Normally $8 for our 1-gallons now $6.40 and $25 for our 5-gallons now $20.
California fuchsia- Zauschneria
Zauschneria or now Epilobium- California fuchsia and normally $8 and $25 now $6.40 and $20. You gotta have some of these in your native garden. Bright red flowers in summer through fall when little in blooming. Plus feeding the hummingbirds.