Fall/Winter Store Hours and Contact Info:

Healdsburg Location Daily: 9am - 5:00pm 

    707-433-8904/email: prickettsnursery@att.net

     Address:12950 Old Redwood Hwy Healdsburg, CA 95448

Santa Rosa Location  Daily: 9am - 5:30pm
    707-539-3030/email: prickettsnurserysantarosa@prickettsnursery.com
     Address: 5875 Sonoma Hwy, Ste A Santa Rosa, CA 95409
          We Deliver!

What's Growing on at Prickett's This Week!


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...or be sure to check out our website often!


 




All House Plants

25% Off!

*selection varies between stores

 




Valentine's Day Ideas


Hellebores (Lenten Rose)

One of the earliest perennials to bloom, welcoming spring with their rose-like blooms.


Hardenbergia (Wandering Vine)

This beautiful evergreen vine comes in dark purple or white and can vine up to 16 feet and very quickly.


Tools, Gloves, Gift cards, & House Plants are all wonderful Valentine's Day gifts for your special someone, along with so much more we have to offer here at Prickett's!

Selection may vary between stores












 

Bare Root Asparagus Is Here!

(Asparagus will produce for many years so plant accordingly)


Mary Washington: This heirloom variety produces large, rich, green stalks with heavy yields. Plus its rust resistant

$1.19 each or 12/$12.99


Purple Passion: This variety is cold hardy and heat tolerant. It brings a sweeter, nuttier taste to the table & is said to be one of the best tasting asparagus varieties out there. It's so tender you can eat it right out of your garden!

$2.59 each or 12/$27.99

 

Rhubarb & Strawberries Are Here!

Victoria Rhubarb: One of the most popular green stalk varieties. They have large, fat stems, bright skin, and a wonderfully tart, apple-gooseberry flavor with a hint of citrus.

$14.99 each


Ever Sweet Strawberries: Large, sweet strawberries are especially sweet & flavorful. Fruits throughout spring, summer, & fall even when temperatures are over 90 degrees.

.39 each or 12/$3.99

5 Dozen for $17.99

 


Bare Root Fruit Trees Have Arrived at Both Locations!


Choose from over 80 varieties of apples, pears, plums & more

You can click here to check out our availability at both locations

 



Fruit Tree of the Week

Craig's Crimson Cherry


This self-fruiting taste-test winner is a naturally semi-dwarf sweet cherry. Its mature height is about 2/3rd the height of a regular cherry tree with dark red/black medium to large size cherries.

 



Bare Root Roses Are Here!


Just in time for all the rain, our bare root rose orders have arrived. You can click here to check out our availability at each store and select the best rose for your garden

 

Rose of the Week

Mister Lincoln


This velvety deep red rose is vigorous and tall with long stems and dark green leaves. The powerful damask rose fragrance can capture even the hardest heart. Just in time for Valentine's Day, why give her flowers once when you can give her flowers that last a lifetime?

 

Large Order of Daphne is in Stock!

Known for the very fragrant flowers and beautiful evergreen foliage, daphne are a favorite on everyone's list


Prices range from 29.99-59.99

 



 



Featured Plant of the Month

Berries

Choose from our large selection of berries!

                           Now is a wonderful time with all this rain to get in your fruit trees and berries


Selection Slightly Varies Between Stores

 



Featured Product of the Month

Seeds

                It is time to start sowing indoors & in greenhouses!

Now is the time for sowing your spring vegetables so they are ready to plant in the garden once spring comes around, alternating your lettuces starts with seeds is also a great idea so you can harvest more frequently.


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.

 



 



55 or older & Veterans receive
10% off daily!
 (Excluding sale items, services & already discounted items.)