This Saturday 7/20 @ 10am 🌱Make your own gorgeous living picture! If you've admired the vertical gardens around the nursery here's your chance to make one with hands-on instruction. $80 Fee includes instruction and all materials needed including: soil, prepped succulent cuttings, and a 6 x 12 living picture frame. Reserve your spot now, link in our bio!
Sticks on Fire 🔥 in stock now! This Euphorbia loves full sun in coastal areas. More sun=more color 🌞 Snag one now before they’re gone!
New Blog Post! Succulents in the Central Valley 🌞 The Central Valley can be a difficult place for succulents to thrive. Read our guide to selecting succulents that can be successful in extreme conditions. Link in bio 🌵
Fresh pots! 🌱
San Jose friends grab a beer and a succulent with us! We’re very excited to be a part of Summer Happy Hour: Plant and Paint night at @gardenattheflea 🌵 We will have succulents, pots, top dressing + more for sale! Thursday July 11th 5pm-10pm! 🌵🍻 FREE ADMISSION. link in bio
Our demonstration gardens serve as stock beds as well as a great display for succulent maturity. Take a stroll this holiday, we’re open 8-4 July 4th and normal hours through the weekend! 🇺🇸
House address, last name, or shape...what would you pick to claim your space? 🌵
Barrel Cactus + Aeonium ‘Kiwi’ We love mixing lush succulents with cacti to provide textural contrast in containers and landscapes! At dusk, the yellow spines of the cactus and red margins of Kiwi glow together in perfect sunset harmony 🌅
Echeveria agavoides ‘Ebony’ and ‘Lipstick’ These cultivars thrive in full coastal sun and morning sun/afternoon shade for inland gardens. ‘Lipstick’ is currently available in 1 gal for $12 💄
Current star of the landscape is Agave bovicornuta! Once this plant reaches maturity at around 10-15 years, the 20’+ branched inflorescences mark the end of life for the Cow Horn Agave. These blooms have been open for just about one year, giving bees a lengthy supply of pollen and safe spot for hummingbirds to perch. Currently available in 5 gal.
Dudleya lanceolata (Lance-Leafed Dudleya) This species is endemic to Southern California and Mexico, but is also found in our own back yard! Commonly found on Santa Cruz hikes, you can see them on rocky slopes in plant communities of Coastal Sage Scrub and Chaparral. Growing native plants offer many benefits including: Host for local pollinators 🐝 Preserving local flora and history 🌸 Naturally low maintenance because they are suited for our area 🐻 Currently in stock! 1 gal. are $12 along with D. brittonii and D. hybrid. (Other pictures found in Santa Cruz and Monterey County of other species)
🌈🌈 Color 👏🏻all year👏🏻 long 👏🏻🌈🌈