California Native Plant Sale
February thru October 2020
Visit us for California native perennials and water-wise planting advice
Green Thumb Works is a landscape maintenance, planting design, and garden consulting business in the East Bay.
We began selling native plants in 2013 to bring gardeners hard-to-find native annuals & perennials not sold in big box stores.
Our plants are purchased from Devil Mountain Wholesale and are a diverse selection of natives and cultivated varieties
from top growers throughout the state.
We support and collaborate with local community greening projects. Our mission is to provide information on the sustainability and habitat value of growing native plants in residential landscapes, parks and public spaces, school gardens, community gardens, & urban farms.
Next pop-up plant sale:
Saturday, February 22
10 AM - 4 PM
A portion of the proceeds from this sale go to support the Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour
Paradise Community Garden
20095 Mission Blvd.
(Between Paradise Blvd and Hampton Road)
Along with Green Thumb Works on Feb. 22
SOAPGEEK will sell handmade artisanal soaps (soapgeek.com)
San Lorenzo High School Druids environmental club will demonstrate sheet mulching and provide information on EBMUD lawn conversion program with rebates up to $2,000
Kristen Egan/CV Treasure will sell pottery and demonstrate solar oven cooking (weather permitting)
Beekeepers meet and greet at 2 PM. Everyone welcome. Experienced, newbies or anyone curious about bees
Info: Sandra (510) 502-0992.
Phone or text (510) 502-0992
Cash • Check • Credit • Venmo
Plants can be special ordered at any time. Contact us about availability and pricing.
Free delivery to Castro Valley, Hayward, San Leandro and San Lorenzo.
What's in stock:
Beach Strawberry; Bush Monkeyflower; California Buckeye; California Buckwheat; California Fuchsia 'Catalina', 'Calistoga'; California Sagebrush; De La Mina Verbena; Deer Fern; Douglas Iris; Gumplant; Hummingbird Sage; Island Alum Root; Manzanita 'Sentinel'; Monkeyflower hybrids: 'Dark Pink', 'Ruby Silver', 'White'; Penstemon 'Margarita BOP'; Sage 'Bee's Bliss', 'Winifred Gilman'; Seaside Daisy; Wild Ginger; Wooly Sunflower; Yarrow 'Sonoma Coast; Yerba Buena
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.