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Welcome to Ridge Road Garden Center

Beautify Your Gardens

Our Staff

Time to select your bulbs for Spring planting!

The Ridge Road Garden Center is situated on one acre in the foothills in Pine Grove, CA; the gift shop is 1600 square feet of unique and often one-of-a-kind gifts. There’s usually something to do in your garden at any point of time in the year. It could be  planting spring and summer blooming bulbs, interesting grasses, groundcovers or other rhizomes or corms for delightful blooms. We have aids for hands-on chores or tools for planting seasons. Come see our beautiful selections of What's blooming now! 


Seed Potatoes :  Hooray! 
Red La Soda, Constance, Sifra, and Russian Blue. ALL $3.99 / lb.

Bulk planter’s mix, compost, gorilla hair cedar bark, plus all the bagged soils, bark and manure!

We have lattice and arbors to hang your creations and lighting to show it all off! Come and see our beautiful items and fun table décor items for this season, plus our assortment of cute and seasonal garden accessories to dress up your home & gardens. The Garden Center has all you need! 

We offer Gift certificates so they can choose from a diverse selection of bird houses, house plants, yard art, bulbs, bounty of seed selections, gems, unique planters, potted plants, bird baths, ornamental grasses & more!🌱🌿🌼💝 Check out our abundance of lovely perennials as the seasons progress. Remember: If you want a stunning show of color this spring, planting flower bulbs is a simple and inexpensive way to add splashes of color to your landscape. Your bulbs will work as nature intended by breaking through the soil when conditions are optimal for your area. Some fall-planted bulbs provide classic splendor: tulips, daffodils, hyacinth, Lilies, and so much more. Added bonus for our area is that many bulbs are deer resistant! Extend the bloom season by planting bulbs in succession, weeks apart!

Blue fescue is a most amazing grassy plant which is ice blue/gray and stands up to the hottest day, or relaxes in a bit of shade. In summer, it throws out seed heads on long, willowy stems from the center of the spiky, blue mass. This is a very drought-tolerant plant. Besides the usual favorites, consider planting something new and different, like Dahlias, Anemones, Gladiolus, Ranunculus, Oriental Lilies, Buddleia, Canna, or Freesia. All lovely, colorful and they bloom annually for glorious color explosions! Try a Rose of Sharon with lovely flowers. It's drought tolerant, too!

Annuals such as Mahonia, salvia, nasturtiums and geraniums all have long bloom periods and are great for every garden. There is such an abundance of seasonal perennials for your gardens. Don't forget about bluebells; blue Scilla are the perfect low-maintenance flowers. These gorgeously hued blooms can thrive in Zones 2-10 and are ultra-durable, blooming for years in your garden. Wonderful ornamental grasses will enhance your gardens, also. Always think ahead to the next season when planting!


Wonderful Gifts!

Mother's Day is just around the corner, then Father's Day! So many selections are sure to please our foothill neighbors! The Garden Center has wonderful items for all the special occasions in your lives -- birthdays, graduations, holidays, retirement, 'Get Well' gifts, anniversaries, gifts for new mothers and fathers, too. If you can't decide, then a Gift Certificate is always perfect! We also have great gifts for yourself or your favorite gardener: garden knee pads, Renee's Garden Seed varieties, plant movers, a garden bench, special t's for your gardener, garden books, planting mix, statuary, wind chimes, lovely gazing balls, garden art, solar lights, garden pots, and tools, besides a wonderful array of beautiful house plants. Selections change seasonally and often, even weekly. We carry local artists' copper mobiles, gourd art, water color cards, gemstones & minerals, soy candles and other specials throughout the year! 

House plants & More!

You'll love our comprehensive plant section under the arbor; lush and beautiful, with garden statuary and whimsical garden décor. We carry ferns, houseplants, caladium, nettle, Peace lily, callas, coleus, impatiens & others, depending on the season. Don't forget that luscious green houseplants also provide oxygen for your homes. Stop by soon and browse our Garden Center and Nursery! 

Seasonal News & Arrivals

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Daffodils 😎 Tulips 😍 Hyacinths 😃 Freesias 🤩 Ranunculus and Giant Allium 😊 still in stock. Iris and Lilies too!

New delivery of the loveliest, organic tomatoes, veggies and herbs from our farmer friend, Kaitlin Ortega! @gypsygreengirl on Instagram💖


Also, we have BULBS! Our selection is exciting and the flowers perfect for brightening up gardens, yards, porch pots and urns, and for many more years to come. Check our locally-made pottery for all your indoor and outdoor plant needs.

Seed Potatoes :  Hooray! 
Red La Soda, Constance, Sifra, and Russian Blue. ALL $3.99 / lb.


We have special tools, shears, garden rose gloves, garden knee pads, garden pots, garden art, vases, hanging baskets, and garden statuary. We also have lotions for those hard working garden hands, and solar lights to beautify your gardens on perfect starlit nights. Beautiful plants, and other garden goodies too, like colorful garden books and hats for your favorite gardeners!

See our Products 


The Ridge Road nursery is stocked with beautiful seasonal plants, flowers, shrubs, trees, ground covers, birdbath designs, and grasses besides a bounty of wonderful gift items to select from in our Garden Center. See the Pest Guard, portable protection for your plants and veggies. Check out our various planters, top of the line pruning shears, products, and more. It's time to dig in for the busy 2023 season ahead; buy new pots for your plants indoors and out. 

The beautiful deer-resistant flowers on Butterfly bushes continue blooming until the first frost. The clusters of purple, white, or yellow flowers form a conical shape. These shrubby plants grow as perennials and are evergreen or deciduous, depending on your climate. The beauty of growing butterfly bush cultivars in your garden is that they still flower when many other plants have stopped. Their stiff stems and flower clusters create attractive cut flowers for fall and winter displays. Despite their delicate scent and appearance, butterfly bushes are astoundingly resilient and easy to grow, exhibiting hardiness from zones 5 through 9! 


What To Do in the Garden

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  • Direct sow your spring greens in the garden. Lettuce, kale, cabbage, and other spring vegetables can be direct sown in the garden for spring harvests.

  • Get a place ready for all those tomato and pepper plants you are growing indoors. Soon, they will need a home.

  • Deadhead pansies and primroses after they have finished flowering.

  • Stay ahead of your weeding chores: Once temperatures soar, weeds and/or invasive plants can quickly get ahead of you.

  • Plant warm-season vegetables.

  • Prune shrubs that bloom on old wood after they are done flowering.

  • Turn over your compost pile, or, if it has already broken down, use that compost in the garden and start a new pile.

  • Be on high alert for insect pests and diseases. These include, but are not limited to, aphids, asparagus beetles, cabbage worms, cutworms, scale, snails, slugs, leaf spot, mildew, and rust.

  • Protect your shrubs from deer, see our deer products


Perennials - If you haven’t yet amended your garden beds with organic matter— like compost, well-rotted manure or leaf mold— now is the time.  If your soil is nutrient deficient, turn to slow-release, organic fertilizers to enrich fertility, and always follow the package instructions. 

Mulch plays a vital role in the garden beds during the growing season, but it is also essential to add mulch in the fall and winter months. Mulch insulates the soil and protects perennial plant root systems. Warmer soil helps micro-organisms to thrive and remain active even during the coldest of seasons. We have gorilla bark now.

Blue fescue is a most amazing grassy plant which is ice blue/gray and stands up to the hottest day, or relaxes in a bit of shade. In summer, it throws out seed heads on long, willowy stems from the center of the spiky, blue mass. This is a very drought-tolerant plant.

Year-round plants for landscaping can also include plants that have berries, such as viburnum, barberry or holly. They may also be plants with interesting seed heads throughout winter, like Echinacea and Sedum Autumn Joy.

Some of the best performers in Zone 7 and 8 like ours are arugulas, beets, kale, swiss chard, mustard, cauliflower, radishes, carrots, cabbage, peas, and turnips, and varieties of lettuces. Consider these when planning your fall garden crops!

No matter what you’re planting, I hope your garden is a source of pleasure as well as sustenance! Have fun in the garden, teach your kids to garden and enjoy the harvest!

Available seasonally!

Our 2023 Fruit & Nut trees List, Click Here

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