May is a great time to be in the garden. To make it even better, we’re having a sale!
These fertilizers, tools, strawberries and Red Japanese Maples are all marked down.
- Red Japanese Maple trees, 1-gallon … NOW $11.95
- Seascape Strawberries (everbearing), 6-packs … NOW $2.99
- Bat Guano, 25lb … NOW $39.95
- Sea Grow Flower & Bloom with Seaweed, water soluble plant food, 5lb … NOW $11.99
- Schultz All Purpose Plant Food, 1.5lb … NOW $2.99 and 5lb … NOW $6.49
- Soil Acidified, water soluble plant food with chelated micro-nutrients, 3lb … NOW $6.99
- Plant Labels … 25% OFF
- Two-Piece Pruner Set … NOW $5.99
Don’t miss out! Sale ends June 2, 2013 and is limited to stock on hand. Sorry, no holds.
We just received a great selection of Trinity County native plants that are great for the home garden.
- Trees: Quaking Aspen (4′-5′ tall), California Buckeye (2′-3′), Vine Maple (2′-3′), Western Hazelnut (3′-4′) and White Alder (3′-4′)
- Shrubs: Mock Orange and Western Redbud (pictured)
- Perennials: Showy Milkweed, Western Bleeding Heart and Northern Arrowleaf
The shrubs and perennials are all in 1-gallon pots.
We often have other Trinity County natives in a variety of sizes. Check out our web article Native Plants for the Trinity Garden for a list native plants that do well in a cultivated garden. Then stop in to see what’s in stock.
Great plants, great prices and a great time to get them in your garden!
Veggie Land is open and full of cool-season veggie and tomato starts, and quickly filling up with peppers and all of your favorite summer vegetables. We have many certified organic, open pollinated and hybrid varieties to chose from.
Have you heard about grafted tomatoes? We have them! Just like with other grafted plants Continue reading
We are in the full swing of spring here at the nursery. With deliveries arriving four times a week, things are really hopping!
Looking for summer color? Wave petunias, garden geraniums, million bells, and a variety of hanging baskets may be just the ticket.
We still have bareroot strawberries and seed potatoes, but Mother Nature has brought the rest of bareroot season to an end. We’ll keep our Bareroot Lists posted in the Nursery News Menu (right sidebar) so you can see what we typically carry. (Some of these varieties will be available in containers.)
Things change fast in the nursery this time of year, so stop in to see what’s new!
We have received some really exciting and spectacular plants this week. So spectacular (we think!) that we’ve put together another “Plant Showcase”. Check out the reblooming, evergreen Encore Azaleas, hardy (yes, hardy) Crape Myrtles, dwarf butterfly bushes, drift roses, a raspberry plant that does well in pots, and so much more.
Our e-News, website visitors, and Facebook fans are receiving an early preview of the Plant Showcase. The rest of the community will get to see photos of these great plants in next Wednesday’s Trinity Journal.
We hope you enjoy this showcase selection of new and exciting plants we think you’ll love! They all have unique characteristics and are cold-hardy. We have many more gorgeous plants than we can showcase here, so please stop in the nursery to see them all!
Click here to download your very own pdf copy of our Plant Showcase for printing.
Yes, Dorothy, they’re here! Our favorite garden critters: beneficial insects and composting worms. But that’s not all that’s new in the nursery.
We’ve been receiving a steady stream of gift items including wind chimes, solar lights, garden art, wood ornaments and more.
Bareroot strawberries are here, and a new shipment of certified organic veggie starts arrives this week!
Spring is here! And we’re getting some welcome rain with a sunny weekend in the forecast. Flowering plums and pears are starting to bloom … beautiful!
Signs of spring are also showing in the the nursery with the new arrival of seed potatoes! We have the regular varieties (russet, red and white) plus some fingerlings.
Stop in to pick out your favorites.
These items have arrived at the nursery: Bareroot Strawberries, Organic veggie starts, Goji Berries, Helleborus in bloom, Double Pink Flowering Almonds and many more exciting plants.
Congratulations to all of the local community organizations who took advantage of our Arbor Day tree donations!
- Lewiston Garden Club: Weeping Willow at the Deer Meadow Disc Golf Course, Lewiston
- Trinity Garden Club: Garden Gold Dwarf Peach at the Young Family Ranch, Weaverville
- Grass Valley Creek 4-H Club and Lewiston Elementary School Garden Club: Pluot at the Lewiston Elementary School (see photo below)
- Weaverville Lions Club: Oak at Lowden Park, Weaverville
- Lewiston Organic Community Garden: Bartlett Pear at the Lewiston Community Garden
- Weaverville Cemetery Association: Canadian Chokecherry at the Weaverville Cemetery
Thank you all for all you do for our communities!
March is a great time to be thinking about what you would like to plant in your garden this spring. Have you thought about starting some plants from seed this year?
We have a great selection of vegetable, herb and flower seeds – organic and traditional – plus all of the seed starting supplies you might need.
Check out the Seed Starting Article posted on our Early Spring Gardening Calendar page or stop in the Nursery to find out more about soilless mixes, peat pots, heating mats and other tools and techniques that can help you get your seedlings off to the best start.
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