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.Applies to “just about everything” except plants that are contract grown/already sold and stock material. Some of our pacific coast irises, a few are “stock material” said differently the “mother plants” , some things aren’t rooted out/too small to transplant successfully, but 99% is fair game. Does not apply to mail order purchases.
Berlanderia lyrata- chocolate daisies
From the southwest, these flower from early spring into mid-winter. Plant in meadow or perennial border. Flowers open in the morning and close up in late afternoon. The whole areas will smell like chocolate.
Calystegia macrostegia- Channel Islands morning glory
Evergreen vines native to Santa Cruz Island with large pink tinted flowers. Will cover a trellis or sprawl along the ground. A relatively new plant offering and the first time on the “promotions” list.
Eriogonum grande rubescens – red buckwheat
These are natives from the Channel Islands that you’d plant in a meadow or perennial garden. Bright red flowers in late spring to mid-summer then again in fall, for bees and butterflies.
Galvezia – Island snapdragon
We grow three different types of Galvezia, one from Cedros Island and two from our own Channel Islands. All area easy to grow in sun to part shade and with long blooming seasons. All three are also excellent for pollinators.
Salvia chamaedryoides – Mexican blue sage. Low growing H 2′ x W 2′ with true blue flowers. Flower most of the year in meadow garden or perennial border. Excellent for pollinators like hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies.
Sphaeralcea ambigua and hybrids – desert mallows
These are desert mallows – mostly orange flowering but among the hybrids(mixed) are different colors from pink to red to maroon. Plant in full sun anytime. Cut back when done flowering and they’ll flower again.