Gelsemium sempervirens
Buddleia davidii ‘Royal Red’
Escallonia ‘Fradesii’

Gelsemium sempervirens

Gelsemium sempervirens

Gelsemium sempervirens

If you’re looking to bring the rare color blue into your landscape, it’s hard to find a better specimen.

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Buddleia davidii ‘Royal Red’

Buddleia davidii ‘Royal Red’
    Buddleia davidii ‘Royal Red’
    Stunning blooms, fragrance and butterflies; this plant has it all! Buddleia ‘Royal Red’ sports huge deep purple-red flower clusters that offer up a rich fragrance in summer. Read More

Escallonia ‘Fradesii’

Escallonia ‘Fradesii’

Escallonia ‘Fradesii’
Pink Princess Escallonia is one of those beautiful blooming shrubs you can’t believe is tough enough for use as a foundation, hedge or screening plant.
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Four Locations in Southern California

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(949) 858-0202
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(949) 858-4791
General Manager
Arturo
Acres
approx. 80 acres

Trabuco Canyon

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Phone
(310) 370-2561
Fax
(310) 371-8023
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Terry
Acres
approx. 35 acres

Torrance

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(760) 742-2151
Fax
(760) 742-3762
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Alfonso
Acres
approx. 115 acres

Escondido

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(760) 742-2151
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(760) 742-3762
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Alfonso
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approx. 600 acres

Pauma Valley

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Recent Blog Posts

Catch the Scent With Fragrant Flowering Shrubs

Terry Yasutake

Form and function are top considerations for homeowners when they’re choosing plants for their landscape. Yet, customers also want to get the biggest bang for their buck! To meet current  customer expectations, plants really need to go the extra mile. Too often, fragrance has been... Read More

February in the Garden

Terry Yasutake

While the month of February is still snow-covered in many northern parts of the country, in warm climates spring comes to life in the garden bit earlier. February is a key time for planting, pruning and feeding many landscape plants. Plant Again, while it’s definitely... Read More

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