We’ve been posting our best selling plants, month by month, for more than a year now. This is meant to encourage larger-scale growers to put more native plants into production by taking some of the mystery out of the demand.
Top Ten: October 2019 With fall on its way, some backbone shrubs are breaking into the top ten. Buckwheat and coyote bush were strong sellers, alongside some perennial favorites. Asclepias fascicularis Eriogonum grande var. rubescens Eriogonum crocatum...
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Milkweed remains our top seller but with three grasses making the list in September along with the colorful Fiesta Marigold monkey flower.
Milkweed leads the back again, this time with two local species.
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Another good month for benefit butterflies and a nice range of plants that attract them and more!
Big demand for narrow-leaf milkweed in June: hurrah for the butterflies!
Larger perennials take over this time of year with white sage leading the way and Matilija poppy coming in at number 6.
Spring planting continues with a focus on flowers. The explosion of butterflies and blooms is inspiring folks!