Welcome to Ridge Road Garden Center
Beautify Your Gardens
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 actual hands-on early spring chores or preparing for the next busy summer or fall seasons, and certainly planting and harvesting. The Garden Center has all you need! Fall will arrive soon and late summertime is one of the busiest times ever! Come and see our vast assortment of garden accessories to prepare your gardens for fall and winter.
The Garden Center offers Gift certificates, house plants, yard art, lawn needs, ornamental grasses & more!🌱🌿🌼💝 Check out our colorful perennials, shrubs and bulbs for spring blooms. Remember: If you want a stunning show of color next spring, this fall is the time to plan your bulb garden. Daffodils, tulips, crocus, hyacinths, lilies, and other spring-blooming bulbs are planted in the fall. They grow roots into early winter, then rest until it's time to sprout and bloom in early to late spring, depending on the type. Added bonus for our area is that many bulbs are deer resistant! Shop early for the best selections. Lots of interesting new varieties and types of fruit each year. See what's blooming all around you and make notes for fall and spring planting!
Our 2022 bareroot Fruit & Nut Tree plus Ornamental list is now available! Click Here to see what we offer! Enhance your garden with lovely fruit and nut trees.
Annuals such as Impatiens, Mahonia, salvia, Mandevilla, violas, Coleus, pansies and petunias, nasturtiums and geraniums all have long bloom periods and are great for every garden. There is such an abundance of lovely seasonal perennials for your gardens. Don't forget about the wonderful ornamental grasses and the wonderful lawn covers such as Red Apple and flowering Thyme. Ask what we have available.
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, a Gift Certificate is always perfect! We have the cutest gifts from Universal Ironworks! We also have garden knee pads, Renee's Garden Seed varieties, plant movers, planting mix, statuary, birdbaths, wind-chimes, gazing balls, garden art, herbal products, garden pots, and tools besides a wonderful variety of lush and beautiful house plants. Selections are wonderful all year long; come and see what we have to offer... it changes seasonally and often even weekly. We also carry local artists' gemstones & minerals, copper mobiles, gourd art, water color cards, soy candles and so much more!
House plants & Shade plants
You'll love our comprehensive shade plant section under the arbor; lush and beautiful, with garden statuary and whimsical garden décor. We carry ferns, houseplants, caladium, nettle, hosta, hellebore, heuchera, begonia, Peace lily, callas, Lenten rose, coleus, impatiens & others, depending on the season. Stop by soon and browse our Garden Center and Nursery!
Seasonal News & Arrivals
Spring bulbs have arrived!
As we head into fall, selections of colorful fall shrubs and flowers continue to arrive. One of those wonderful anticipated items has arrived. BULBS! Our selection is large and the flowers will be perfect for brightening up gardens, yards and porch pots and urns. Continue to feed garden birds, hummingbirds, and bees! Check our locally-made pottery for all your indoor plants and porch flowers. We have special bulb tools and gloves, garden knee pads, garden pots, garden art, vases, gemstones for gifts, and whimsical garden statuary. We also have lotions for those hard working garden hands, and solar lights to beautify your gardens on perfect autumn nights. Beautiful statues, and other garden goodies too many to mention are here for your favorite gardeners! See our Products
Our rose selections are blooming beautifully, grown by Weeks Roses! So many lovely colors, height sizes, and types of roses with fragrance or not. Climbers, bushes, or rose trees, we have them. It's perfect planting time with cooler weather upon us. Visit us soon!
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, and more. It's time to dig in for the busy harvesting fall and closing winter seasons; buy new pots to highlight your plants indoors and out.
Fruit and Nut trees
Over 50 varieties of bare root fruit and nut trees!🍎🍐🍒🍑 Our 2022 bareroot Fruit & Nut Tree plus Ornamental list is now available! Click Here!
Come and see our collection of trees; one is just perfect for your backyard. For the healthiest trees and tastiest fruit, choose the sunniest available planting location. Spacing depends on your garden plan, how much fruit you want from each tree, how many trees are wanted in the total space available and how you intend to control tree size (small trees maintained by summer pruning are much easier to spray, thin, prune and harvest than large trees). Plan your 2022 garden now and include fruit and nut trees!
Any time is the right time to snuggle in bright and cheery plants to brighten up porch or walkways! Dress it up with colorful hanging flowers and plants! Check out the garden center for what's blooming now. We also have wonderful gift items for any occasion! Peruse our nursery to find that perfect item for your garden, or a friend's garden.
What To Do in the Garden
This is a great time to order and plant spring flowering bulbs now, such as daffodils, crocus and hyacinths, for glorious color next year.
Pot up mint/parsley for fresh herbs through the winter.
Order trees and shrubs. They will grow vigorously next spring if planted this autumn.
Clean up your flower beds. Cut back perennials that are done blooming. And trim off any dead vegetation.
Continue deadheading flowers which will allow plants to use energy reserves for a final flower display.
Check moisture of hanging baskets and container plantings daily.
Feed your lawn with an autumn fertilizer which is rich in potassium and low in nitrogen.
Continue to feed and deadhead hanging-basket and container annuals — they will often keep going until the first frosts.
Keep camellias and rhododendrons well watered at this time of year to ensure that next year's buds develop well.
Eliminate invading vines covering trees and shrubs.
Perennials - Did you know pansies can handle the cool weather? They’re great at it, and this is good news for anyone who would like a burst of color in the cooler fall months ahead. You are going to be looking at what plants can you still plant and get a harvest before your first frost date. Container gardens make attractive accents to grow in the problem landscape spots. Check for water daily.
Continue to harvest garden herbs before frost sets in. Go through your herbs and snip them loose from the stalk using scissors. Once they’ve been harvested, bring them indoors to wash and store in a freezer bag. Store them in the freezer for later use. You can also hang them to dry for use throughout the winter.
This is the perfect time to prune your evergreen trees and shrubs. Make sure the weather has cooled somewhat before pruning.
Peas, Broccoli, Carrots, Beets, Swiss Chard, Radishes, Kale and Turnips can still be grown for a tasty harvest later.
Order your strawberries, raspberries, currant bushes and other berry fruits for cropping next year as these plants are best planted during their dormant season.
Cut bean and pea plants away at ground level when they have finished producing. Leave the roots, as this will slowly release nitrogen back into the soil as they break down.
Net ponds now before autumn leaf fall gets underway to reduce the amount of debris entering the water. Clean out cold frames and greenhouses ahead of autumn sowing and growing.
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 fall harvest!
A lovely perennial in any garden, treat them like azaleas.
Plant seasonal selections in containers to welcome your family and guests as they arrive at your door.
A happy perennial that spreads easily, comes in several types and colors.
Always a welcome addition, these perennials grow tall with fragrant flowers.
In shades of yellow, orange, white these are hardy plants for fall
Several varieties are available... open petals, traditional blooms and all in a variety of colors.
Various colors, lovely tall flowers, spring
Heat tolerant and colorful, Cannas stand up to summer heat.
Always a lovely spring perennial
They love cool weather and often survive even through the snow.
Hardy groundcover, perennial
Summer was made for roses, so many varieties, colors, scents... one will be perfect for your garden.
One of many varieties!
Beautiful early spring flowers
A wonderful all season plant.
A workhorse in the garden, these come in many shades and heights.
Citrus trees make gorgeous accent trees or on a deck or patio.
Beautiful flowering trees with wonderful bark, really wonderful in the fall
Bloom early in the year, various colors, potted.