California Native Plant Sale
March thru October 2016
FALL IS PLANTING TIME! Visit us for California native perennials and water-wise planting advice
NEXT PLANT SALE:
Friday, September 2
6 PM to 9 PM
Mission Blvd @ Hampton Road, Hayward
Eden Night Live
Saturday, September 3
10 AM to 2 PM
20095 Mission Blvd @ Paradise Blvd,
Paradise Community Garden Open House
Phone or text (510) 502-0992
Cash • Checks • Credit Cards accepted
Why garden with California native plants?
- Save water, lower maintenance, invite birds, butterflies, and beneficial insects to your garden, support local ecology, and reflect the natural splendor for which California is known.
Featured ground cover for lawn replacement
- LIPPIA REPENS (Phyla nodiflora) is commonly called Kurapia, Turkey Tangle Frogfruit, or Mat Grass. By either name, it's a tough and hardy low growing perennial ground cover used as a lawn substitute. It can endure foot traffic, low water and full sun. Lavender-pink flowers attract bees. Sold in flats that can be divided to cover about 70 sq ft. Plant 2 feet apart and it fills in quickly. $30 plus tax per flat.
What's in stock:
Baja Pitcher Sage; Beach Strawberry; Fescue 'Siskiyou Blue'; Red Buckwheat; Sedum 'Cape Blanco'; Showy Milkweed; Yarrow 'Island Pink', 'Sonoma Coast'
1 GALLON PLANTS:
California Goldenrod; California Lilac 'Carmel Creeper'; California Wild Rose; Cleveland Sage 'Winifred Gilman'; Dwarf Coyote Bush 'Twin Peaks'; Fuchsia-flowering Gooseberry; Giant Wild Rye 'Canyon Prince'; Gumplant; Indian Mallow; Hummingbird Sage; Island Coral Bells; Leafy Reed Grass; Manzanita 'Louis Edmunds', 'Sunset'; Morro Manzanita; Pink Flowering Currant 'Barrie Coates'; Rose Sage; Snowberry; Turkey Tangle Frogfruit; Western Redbud; White Sage
- Plants can be ordered online and picked up during plant sale hours (unless noted as out-of-stock).
- Contact us for availability of plants listed as out-of-stock. Special order plants are available in 7-10 days.
- All sales are final.
- Delivery available to Castro Valley, Hayward, San Leandro, San Lorenzo.