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THE LARGEST CITRUS INVENTORY

in the Coachella Valley

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INVENTORY

THE LARGEST
CITRUS INVENTORY

in the Coachella Valley

ABOUT
INVENTORY

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We are a wholesale nursery but we are open to the public. Our loyal customers include state, county, and local government agencies, both small and large landscape contractors, developers, homeowners associations, country clubs, golf courses, gardeners, and our valued walk-in customers.

We are centrally located in the heart of the Coachella Valley’s original “Nursery Row” and we occupy 10 acres filled with over 30,000 individual plants, all acclimated to our unique desert climate. We also have a particular focus on growing high quality citrus and we have over 3,000 trees in stock. Additionally, we stock fertilizer, mulch, garden tools, and grass seed.

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POPULAR PRODUCTS

We specialize in citrus, drought tolerant plants, and many more.

Dasylirion
Mediterranean Fan Palm
Lantana
Annual Color
Palo Verde Trees
Bougainvillea
Assorted Desert Cactus
Assorted Citrus
Sago Palms
Ficus
Hibiscus
Pittosporium
Acacia Trees
Yucca Gloriosa
Madagascar Palm
Tecoma-Capensis
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TOGETHER WE MAKE A DIFFERENCE

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The Underground

November 20th, 2022|

The underground- home of numerous different types of soils. In fact, we use the soil to house seeds, which will then grow to maturity and bear leaves, flowers, and even fruit! But every soil

What’s eating my Bougainvillea?

Bougainvilleas are fairly hardy ornamental plants that do very well in climates such as the Coachella Valley.  Even though Bougainvilleas are resistant to many bugs, some insects still find this plant very attractive. Pests and Damage Aphids – feeds off tender new leaves.  Its secretion can attract ants and promotes mold gowth Spider mites – Leaves dropping off the plant

Sun vs shade

As you’ve probably noticed, not all leaves are the same size. The size of the leaf depends on how many hours of sun they get. If a plant is full sun, that means it gets at least six hours of sun per day. If a plant is partial shade, that means it can get a minimum of three hours

Tip: How to lighten those heavy pots

No need to strain your back lifting those heavy pots.  Try filling the bottom third of the pot with foam packing peanuts.  On top of the packing peanuts, put a layer of landscape fabric. Then, add lightweight potting mix that has lots of vermiculite and peat moss.  You will be surprised how much lighter that pot will be!

MS. LUCY

Ms. Lucy found us a few years ago and has since never left the nursery. She’s a customer favorite now – and we couldn’t imagine a day here without her.

To help us foster Ms. Lucy, we accept food and grooming supplies. To find out more

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