2021 Blooming Roses!
Our potted rose list is available for April delivery. They are not bare root. They come fully planted and blooming beautifully the first week of April, grown by Weeks Roses and shipped to us ready to plant! 2021 Roses
Black-red buds spiral open to show off swirls of cream edged & washed with vibrant cherry pink. But that's not the end of the exhibit on these classically-formed fragrant flowers. When the sun strikes the petals, they begin to blush burgundy, finishing as a deep dark red. Put all this color against super-shiny-green foliage with nice long cutting stems and you've got a killer combo. Easy to grow & great vigor. Largest flower size in cooler temps.
Huge 6″+ blooms. An ideal exhibition rose. The blooms are very large, double, and born mostly in solitary. Her many blooms almost look sculpted from fine porcelain, held atop all-too-real cutting stems clothed with large dark green leaves. Repeat bloomer, prefers some heat to bring out the best form. USDA hardiness zone: 6b
Many gardeners like to plant hellebores on a hillside or in raised flower beds to better enjoy their downward-facing blooms. Pieris japonica, commonly known as lily of the valley, thrives in zones 4 through 8. They do well in cool, dry areas and make good garden partners with rhododendrons and azaleas.
Flowering Quince may be planted in zones 4 - 9, depending upon the cultivar selected. The plant enjoys full sun in well-drained, non-alkaline soil. The plant will begin blooming in warmer climates as early as January. The fruit from the tree may be harvested in October and made into jelly.
We have whimsical statuary and birdbath pieces--formal choices, religious figures, assorted critters and more. Come and see wonderful plant favorites that change seasonally. We have trees for delightful spring flowers and summer fruit, wonderful shade trees for summer heat, and also trees for gorgeous fall color; fall and spring are perfect planting times! We also have a great assortment of bulbs each season! Tuck them among your perennials to create a fuller looking bed, or create a special 'patterned' bulb garden to wow your neighbors. Many of these bulbs are ideal in containers; use them to liven up your porch or deck. And don't forget to plant extras for cut-flower bouquets!
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Consider planting citrus
Meyer Lemon - Attractive, evergreen foliage and sporadic, fragrant flowering. The thin-skinned fruit is sweet and grows readily in the right conditions. The tree reaches 6 to 10 feet in height. This tree is very heavy-bearing and will provide you with a larger number of lemons every year. Plus, it's self-pollinating, so you can grow fruit indoors or out.
Bearss Seedless Lime - No seeds, no thorns, nothing but big delicious fruit! Heavy bearer of juicy, lemon sized fruit in winter to early spring. Grows into a densely branched shrub or small tree with a full rounded crown. Excellent container plant for patio or indoors in cold areas. Evergreen. This lime is self-pollinating and produces big yields of sizable fruit spanning 6 cm in diameter that have green flesh that lightens to yellow as they mature.
A Variety of Mandarins
Mandarin fruits are easy to peel, very sweet and have few or no seeds depending on the variety. The fruit looks sort of like a small, slightly squashed orange with a vibrant orange to red-orange peel enclosing the sectioned juicy fruit. Cultivars include “Encore” and “Clementine,” which grow from 10 to 25 feet tall and wide. “Dancy” reaches 10 to 15 feet tall and 10 to 25 feet wide. “Ponkan” is a smaller mandarin, growing 8 to 25 feet tall and wide. Mandarins usually do not require pruning until they are three or more years old.
Beautify those planters and beds, and lawns, plant fruit trees for seasonal color, and more. See solar ornaments, lovely and lush houseplants, colorful hanging baskets, and so much more! We have Gift certificates, yard art, & tools!🌱🌿🌼💝Lots of interesting new varieties and types of fruit--over 50 varieties of FRUIT & NUT trees suitable for foothill orchards! We have Grapes, Blueberries, Raspberries, Blackberries, Kiwi, Pomegranates, Olives, Gooseberries, and Goji Berry.
Burst of Joy is one you will want to plant in your garden. Vibrant color that holds up well as the blooms mature, PLUS good disease resistance—the combination is actually very difficult to find in floribunda roses. This is a fantastic cultivar. Love at First Sight is the hybrid tea for smaller gardens and patio planters. While most reach about 5–6' tall, this one stops at about 3' tall. The ball–shaped bud opens into a less–pointed bloom than the typical high–centered hybrid tea bloom. It's a little more rounded, and the extra curve is striking. Come and get these for your summer gardens!
We have Ground Covers! Visit our garden center for an amazing selection from Emerisa Gardens of ground covers from Scotch moss to creeping thyme, Lysimachia Goldii and Lamium. We have great selections year round such as ground covers, tall grasses and more. Visit us soon for gift certificates, also! We have garden products available in our nursery besides the tools and materials you need for garden repair, garden beauty and enhancement including soil and seed for lawn maintenance.
Cold hardy and Beautiful!
Snowdrops, Hellebores, Winter Camellias, Witch hazel, Pieris japonica, Elephant Ear, Flowering Quince, Moonbeam Coreopsis, Pansies, Dusty Miller, Cyclamen, and Sweet Alyssum, so many cold hardy plants just waiting at the nursery for you to pick up! Many grow well in zones 3 through 7. Brighten up your winter gardens with some of these lovelies! Visit us in the New Year!