Here is our nursery and many varieties of plants.
Our native garden…this is just the first step in adding natives to our front yard.
Here’s an example of how you can start integrating your landscaping with natives, and have a beautiful garden while saving water and providing a natural habitat. We took a small corner of the yard, dug up the grass, added a mixture of soil and wood chips to make a mound, and added some rocks. In this photo on the left, we’ve planted muhlenbergia rigens (deer grass), epilobium canum (California fuschia), salvia leucophylla ‘Pt. Sal’, and Santa Barbara daisy. This garden was planted at the end of May 2009 with 4 1/2” pots from our nursery. Once in the ground they grew rapidly. This is just one affordable way to get started
Phase 2 – This section was planted October 2009.
The LA Department of Water & Power is offering rebates of $1 per sq. ft. of residential turf removal for Los Angeles city residents. There are other communities that may qualify for rebates. To find out if you qualify go to: http://socalwatersmart.com/index.php
If you live in Glendale, there are a number of local tree trimming firms that will provide free mulch. Call the City at 818.550.3435 to find out more.
We can also help guide you through the process, so don’t hesitate to call us at 626.705.8993 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.