Tecoma x alata
Hemerocallis ‘Yangtze’
Russian Sage

Tecoma x alata

Tecoma x alata

Tecoma x alata

Making a beautiful blooming focal point in the landscape, this fast growing tender perennial quickly produces orange-red trumpet flowers.

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Hemerocallis ‘Yangtze’

Hemerocallis ‘Yangtze’

Hemerocallis ‘Yangtze’

Yangtze’ daylily flowers are a cheerful lemon yellow color that will brighten up any garden space.

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Russian Sage

Russian Sage

Russian Sage

Russian Sage has beautiful highly textured silver or grey foliage that makes a great addition to most any sun garden.

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Four Locations in Southern California

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

Trabuco Canyon

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

Torrance

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

Escondido

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Phone
(760) 742-2151
Fax
(760) 742-3762
General Manager
Alfonso
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approx. 600 acres

Pauma Valley

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Waterwise, Tough and Gorgeous…Crapemyrtles!

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