Amazing I made it to April without a single plugola for the big sale. We are one week away and I just wanted to give you a preview so you could make you shopping lists and come prepared.
Some regular favorites like fuchsia
and hummingbird sage are in scant supply, so come early before I get cleaned out.
This year I am featuring the various native bunch grasses that add a natural touch to any native garden. From large:
To lush and shade loving:
Two types of needle grass:
And for a more formal setting:
So… about the milkweed. This is usually a great time to plant them and attract all those monarchs. Mine started emerging from winter dormancy a bit late this season. Unfortunately the monarch caterpillars arrived early and decimated the unprepared milkweeds.
They are healthy, but ugly. If you purchase one and it doesn’t survive I’ll give you a new one OK?
Let’s see… what else have we got… Plenty of bush mallow
And if you are looking for fruiting natives I’ve got holly-leafed cherry
The roses look incredible
And we’ve got an abundance of buckwheat
And plenty of odds and ends like monkeyflower, penstemon, sagebrush, black sage, deerweed and even wild cucumber.
Look forward to seeing you all next Saturday, April 18th 9-12 at the nursery on Besant Road.