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We are so honored to be nominated as one of the
top 3 nurseries in Sonoma County!
If we're your number 1 favorite, please vote for us and help us be #1!


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Don't miss out! Sale prices good at both our Santa Rosa and Healdsburg Prickett's Nursery stores. Be sure to sign-up for our weekly E-Newsletter to stay updated.


 

Spring Color is Rolling In!



The sun is shining and flowers are blooming! New plants, pottery & garden art arriving weekly!


Here are just a a few spring and summer blooming beauties now available in abundance...
Salvias
Zinnias
Lantana
Petunias
Impatiens

 

 

25% Off All Roses!

5/20 -5/27

Choose from over 100 varieties of
gorgeous blooming Weeks & David Austin Roses!


reg price: 3 gal size $49.99
36" tree roses $89.99
18 & 24" tree roses $74.99

 

40% off
Summer Blooming Bulbs


There's still time to plant!
Choose from beautiful lilies, Freesias,
Gladiolas & more.

 

 

You Can Never Have Enough Vegetables


and Melon...yes Melon now available! Also, just in...Blueberries & Raspberries! And a summer fruit bowl wouldn't be complete without Strawberries!


Here are some useful basics to keep in mind.

Most of your summer veggies want as much sun as possible (with greens being the exception)
To start: mix in a quality compost into your existing soil every season. Our Paydirt and Bumper Crop are ideal. You will also want to use some compost to add a 2 to 4 inch mulch layer on your soil surface once your planting is done to conserve moisture and inhibit weed competition. A good starter fertilizer like our EB Stone Organic Sure Start is beneficial for all new plantings as it's high phosphorous content aids in root growth. A quality organic vegetable fertilizer should also be used as the season continues for maximum production. Read more about our current stock of vegetables...

 




New Metal Art Shipment Has Arrived!

*Larger Pieces located at our Healdsburg Store*

 

 

 

 


Protecting Landscapes During a Drought



Droughts are part of our natural weather cycles. But when drought conditions persist for long periods of time, they impact plant health in a number of ways. Lack of water limits a plant’s ability to produce food and stressed plants release chemicals that attract pests. Excessive heat accelerates the reproduction time of pests. There are a number of strategies that can help protect plants during extensive drought conditions.

For more information, visit our External link opens in new tab or windowDrought Planting Guide with some tips from Our Water Our World

 



For more wonderful tips and info on Water Smart Gardening and more, see the following excellent resources

•Our Water Our World: External link opens in new tab or windowwww.ourwaterourworld.org Tips on gardening in a drought as well as solving Pest Problems with Less-Toxic Products while keeping your children, pets, and garden healthy.

•UC Statewide IPM: External link opens in new tab or windowwww.ipm.ucdavis.edu
Extensive information on managing pests and diseases that may affect drought-stressed plants.

•WaterSmart Gardening: External link opens in new tab or windowwww.watersmartgardening.com
Plant lists, visual tours of gardens, watering guides, and resources all organized by county.

•UC Davis Arboretum All Stars: External link opens in new tab or windowhttps://arboretum.ucdavis.edu/arboretum-all-stars
100 beautiful water wise plants recommended for California gardens and more.

 



Feed your flying friends with natural nectar with these hummingbird favorites!
  • Abutilon (Flowering Maple)
  • Hummingbird Mint (Agastache)
  • Bee Balm (Monarda) (Pictured on left)
  • Butterfly Bush (Buddleia)
  • Cuphea
  • Delphinium
  • Fuchsias
  • Heuchera
  • Hollyhock
  • Kniphofia (red hot poker)
  • Lantana
  • Lavender
  • Lonicera (Honeysuckle)                                    
  •  Lupine 
  • Monkey Flower (Mimulus)
  • Nicotiana                                            
  •  Penstemon
  •  Salvias
  • Trumpet Vine (Campsis or Bignonia)

Highly recommended to attract hummingbirds to your garden!

 




Spring/Summer Store Hours:

Healdsburg Location Daily: 9am - 5:30pm

Santa Rosa Location  Daily: 9am - 5:30pm


We Deliver!

 



If you have lost your home or landscape in any of the fires, please fill out an application for our Wildfire Landscaping Assistance Program.

If you need some help in creating a more fire resistant landscape, please visit:

 



55 and older, Active Military & Veterans, Fire Fighters, Police, Healthcare workers, EMS, Teachers, and College Students 
receive  
10% off daily!
 (Excluding sale items, services & already discounted items.)

 



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Thank you and we look forward to continuing to serve your gardening needs, even in these trying times.


 





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