Plant Availability List

The Retail Nursery is OPEN AT 9AM. AND CLOSES AT 4PM. PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THE CLOSING TIME OF 4PM. NO ENTRY AFTER 3:45.  We are CLOSED Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. We are a farm  open for plant sales four months of the year, April, May, June and July, two days a week. We do not sell anything but plants and row cover cloth.

NO RETURNS OR REFUNDS ON PLANT LIFE. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. Purchased plants are your responsibility. Ask questions if you are not sure how to care for your plants, trees and shrubs.


TREES:  Russian Olive, Catalpa, Cottonless Cottonwood

Roses: We have a few left for sale this weekend. They are travel ready and ready to plant. All roses will be $30 each.

SHRUBS:  Chamisa, Winterfat, Fernbush, 4-wing Saltbush, Caryopteris, Butterfly Bush, Russian Sage, Roses, Potentilla

VEGETABLES: Swiss Chard, Brussels Sprouts, Beans, Broccoli Cabbage, Lettuce, Rhubarb, Onions, Asparagus, Tomatoes, Peppers, Chiles, Zucchini, Cucumber, Yellow Squash,  Pumpkins, Acorn, Butternut, and Spaghetti  Winter Squash, Watermelon, Cantaloupe, Eggplant

In previous years we have always sold most of our vegetables on Saturdays. This year we have planted more vegetables and will have more on Sundays.

HERBS:  Parsley, Chives, Oregano, Thyme, Cilantro, Dill, Basil, Pineapple Sage, Cilantro, Cooking Sage, Garlic Chives,Lemon Verbena, Orange Balm, Rosemary, Winter Savory, Cat Nip, Fennel, Chamomile, Sorrel, Burnet, Comfrey, Feverfew, Tansy, Valerian, Clary Sage, St. John’s Wort, Rue, Mint, Marjoram, Chervil, Borage, Stevia, NEW FOR THIS WEEK:  Chicory, Tobacco

FRUITS:   Alpine strawberry, Large Strawberry, Goji Berry

PERENNIALS:  Euphorbia, Catmint, Dianthus, Sedum, Hens&Chicks, Aegopodium, Iberis, Daisy, Iris, Lamb’s Ear,  Veronica, Sage, Potentilla, Penstemon, Ice Plant,  Geum, Caryopteris, Columbine, Allium, Artemisia, Salvia, Blue Flax, Erodium, Yarrow, Lavender, Hollyhock, Horned Poppy, Santolina, Mat Daisy, Germander, Dames Rocket, Red Hot Poker,  Coreopsis, Centaurea, Golden Rod, Mexican Hat, Gailardia, Delphinium, Red Bird in a Tree, Butterfly Bush, Agastache, Echinops, Ehcinacea, Oenothera, Wine cups, Lychnis, Bee Balm, Gazania, Scutellaria, NM Sunflower, Grasses, Ornamental Oregano, Sea Holly, Chocolate Flower, Calamintha, Sagina moss, Hosta, Papyrus, Painted Daisy, Tanacetum, Scabiosa, Cupid’s Dart, Sea Lavender, German Statice, Hibiscus, Ajuga, Rue, Daylillies, WATER LILLY PLANTS, Sidelcia NEW THIS WEEK: Heliopsis

ANNUALS:  Snapdragons, Alyssum, Petunias, Wave Petunias, Geraniums, Dahlia, Canna, Millet, Marigolds, Lantana, Zinnia, Cosmos, Nasturtiums, Annual Salvia, Sanvatalia, Coleus, Euporbia, Impatiens, Gazania, Celosia, Gomphrena

VINES:  Clematis Radar Love, Sliver Lace Vine, Hops, Virginia Creeper, Trumpet Vine, Wisteria, Honey Suckle vine



Delphinium elatum

In the right hand corner of the photo, just off my porch, I have planted Pacific Giant ‘King Arthur’ Delphinium elatum. Between the taller clumps is planted D. grandiflorum ‘Blue Butterfly’. It is an electric blue color. The D. elatum is also a smaller delpinium and is a fill in for my row untll the larger delpiniums reach their ultlimate size. Pacific Giant’s can get five to six feet tall back East, but I will be content with four feet. We also grow and have available, D. belladonna ‘Bellamosum, a dark gentian blue, and a Pacific hybrid ‘Magic Fountains, dark blue with a white bee and a skyblue with a white bee. Magic fountains is a sturdy three foot high variety that can withstand some wind and does beautifully in a container.  Protect all varieties from wind. They like good garden soil. I plant mine in heavy clay and mix it half and half with peatmoss. I finish with a leaf compost but any compost will do. The tall Pacific’s need to be staked and I will be doing that to mine soon. I water twice a week in the heat of summer and keep the blooms picked off as they will rebloom again until fall. Dive in, they are worth it. 












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