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Fruit Tree Varieties

Fruit Tree Varieties

Check out our list of fruit trees. At the peak of the season, we have traditional favorites and multi-grafted varieties. Bareroot fruit trees arrive mid December of each year, then leafed out trees continue to roll in throughout the growing season.

Selection may vary by location.

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Gingersnap Floribunda Rose

Roses, Bareroot Varieties List

We're offering over 90 varieties including climbing, grandiflora, hybrid tea, and floribunda, along with 24" and 36" patio trees. 

Our bareroot roses are planted in pulp (fiber) pots to protect the roots and for ease of planting. Simply score the container, amend the soil, and plant.

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Pansies and Dianthus in a pot

Color Bowls for the Cool Season

Grab a pot, potting soil, and some starter fertilizer to create a beautiful display of color for a porch or patio. Show your creative side and make it your own! Take a look at some cool season combos you can grow. 
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Bulldog with Sunflower Hat

Pet-Friendly Product List

Protect your animal friends by using products that are considered safer to use around domestic animals. We have a list of a variety of less toxic products for use in your garden and outdoor areas. 

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    Pet-Safe Plants in a Pot

    Dog-Friendly Plant List

    Help keep your furry friends out of harm’s way by incorporating plants into their environment that are non-toxic. Read on for the list of some of our favorites. 

    Although the plants listed are known to be non-toxic to dogs by the ASPCA, we strongly discourage allowing your pet to eat any plant regardless of its toxicity level. Visit the ASPCA website at for details. 
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    Yellow Coneflower

    Plants For Pollinators

    Designing a garden for pollinators? Read on for a few tips and a list of some of our favorite plants for pollinators, grouped by bloom time.
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      Lawn Mower Mowing Healthy, Green Lawn

      Lawn Care Schedule

      Learn when to apply the right products to keep you lawn green, healthy and nearly weed free. Read on for our suggested application dates for lawn fertilizer and pre-emergent.
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      SPUDS 101: Varieties, Planting & Care

      SPUDS 101: Varieties, Planting & Care

      In the Sacramento region, potatoes are typically planted between December and March. So, right now is the perfect time to get your spuds in the ground. Who can resist the 'Russian Banana' or 'Purple Majesty' varieties? Great additions for your veggie garden and fun family project too. 
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