Something old something new plants and products we want to share with you. Plants you know, or haven’t seen, and then the others in between.
February Featured Plants and Products
Boy howdy, do we have a lot to crow about in February. We are gearing up for spring, and pockets of colorful annuals and perennials are starting to appear, early veggies are making their rounds, and beautifully hued pots and whimsical spring decorations are just about in every nook and cranny. Come get rid of your winter time blues by treating yourself to the colorful spectrum that Rainbow Gardens has to offer!
Early 2018 Rodeo Tomatoes, the Sunbrite, have arrived, the first week of February! This is an early batch so if you snooze, you won’t necessarily lose, but you might have to wait a little longer for the next batch.
Roses are potted up and ready to go! We have brought in some fantastic new varieties for you to enjoy this year. Just in time for Valentine’s Day or any day for that matter.
Our seed racks are stocked, and there’s just not a better time to start sowing inside to have your transplants ready to go come springtime. Come get your favorites, and a few zany selections just for fun.
There is a small window the month of February to plant potatoes. Our Thousand Oaks store has a few bags of them. They are remarkably easy to grow.
Just take a look at these gorgeous containers and this fun, spring-inducing home decor. Don’t they just make you forget all about the winter cold? We think so too!
Yep, you’re eyes are really seeing that. We’ve already got some beautiful color in annuals, perennials and hanging baskets too. This is the rev up for when spring hits us full on, but we’ve got plenty for you to brighten up your days and get you thinking about nothing but spring.
Fruit and nut trees, and juicy berries have been rolling into the nurseries. Pears, persimmons, pecans, apples, peaches, blueberries, blackberries and a ton more! Make 2018 the year you grow your own produce. Ask us how.
We still have onion sets and it’s not too late to plant them. Why make trips to the grocery store for this kitchen staple when you can pluck your own fresh onions from right out your backdoor?
We look forward to welcoming you to the nurseries, and answering any of your questions to help you have the most successful gardening season yet.