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We are open to the public!
You can visit us
Saturday and Sunday 8am-3pm.
We have plants, pots and our custom soil mix. There are lots of beautiful succulents and cactus in sizes from 2.5-10 inch pots and landscape plants 1 gallon-15 gallons. We have 24" boxed Aloe trees (delivery may be available).
We also have ceramic planters and garden fountains. You can buy our custom soil mix in small quantities to plant your own pot.
Our Farmshop is open with unique pots for planting and other garden related gifts! Come in and check it out!
We have garden decor, planted pots, lots of new containers, gift items and more!
We hope to have FFA demos soon!
We're planning workshops and demonstrations. Please join our email list for news, updates and opening day information. We would love to see you there!
News and Events
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Check out our latest Giveaway. Get info on our Instagram or Facebook page. Simply give us your email address for a chance to win. Tag your friends for more chances.
Twice a year we have an Insiders Tour of our nursery and Plant-a-Pot workshop. We cover topics of plant propagation, general horticulture and garden design. We will have another tour this spring. Join our email list for updates and let us know if you are interested. We are also available to hold private events for your group. Contact Gillian (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your requests.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
There's always something new to see or learn at the nursery. We want our friends to love their gardens and have the knowledge they need to care for it and keep it looking great.
Succulents and cactus are less demanding than other garden plants but, they do best when properly cared for. They have awesome survival skills that help when water is restricted. We are often asked questions about the plants at the Farmstand. When choosing plants that will go into a pot on the patio, into your garden beds outside or or will live inside with you there are a few simple tips to keep in mind. If you buy a small plant it may outgrow your pot or space eventually. Big plants start out as small plants but like people some will grow taller or wider in time. You can choose plants that will stay small or use the opportunity to move overgrown plants into another pot or into your garden beds and plant new small plants into your old pot. You will find that your planting skills and your plant collection are growing!
- What is a succulent?
- Is a cactus a succulent?
- What size will my plant be?
- How much water does my plant need?
You might have more questions about succulent plants. Stop by the nursery and meet Gillian and Kayli. They love plants and would love to share what they know about succulents and cactus. You can also join a succulent and cactus group in your area. There are local affiliates of the Cactus and Succulent Society of America near you. Each group has meetings and shows throughout the year where you can see plants, meet experts and learn from other growers.
Check out the gardens in our Inspiration list. These are some of the most beautiful gardens in the world! You may even see some of our plants in these gardens. Go visit and be inspired!
- Moorten Botanical Garden - a historic home and garden in Palm Springs
- San Diego Botanical Gardens (formerly Quail Gardens) near the coast in Encinitas
- Ruth Bancroft Garden - a northern California treasure in the East Bay's Walnut Creek
- Longwood Gardens - check out their succulent Christmas trees
- Sunnylands Garden - a new garden designed by San Diego landscape architect James Burnett, with horticultural consultant Mary Irish
- Huntington Library and Garden near Pasadena
- Lotusland Cactus Garden in Montecito
- San Marcos Growers - experts on California gardens
- Sunset's New Garden in Sonoma
- Balboa Park Gardens in San Diego
- Flora Grubb - the premier garden center in San Francisco area