Grow Your Own Mushrooms!
FREE Mushroom Workshop with Theresa Halula
Saturday, February 17 at 11 am!

Join us for a fun and TOTALLY FREE Mushroom Workshop with horticulturist, permaculture designer and mushroom maven Theresa Halula on Saturday, February 17 at 11 am!

Discover the fascinating world of fungi – by learning how to grow easily recognizable mushrooms in the home garden using methods that are fool-proof even for the novice. Best of all, you don't have to worry about their edibility!

Theresa will provide everything you need to grow mushrooms on cardboard that can be transplanted into your own garden in a wood-chip bed or onto wood logs and provide an easy-to-follow handout explaining how to keep your mushrooms going strong once you take them home. Fun for the whole family, bring the kids!

Rare Bulbs are Ready!
Well-rooted and ready for prime-time, all bulbs are in active growth in 4" pots when we ship them out (unless noted), ensuring that they're alive, thriving and ready to be planted when they get to your garden.

Oxalis purpurea 'Salmon' Oxalis purpurea 'Salmon'

Oxalis purpurea 'Salmon'
THE plant everyone's been waiting for is finally ready!
This rare color of “Wood Sorrel” features large 2" trumpet-shaped blooms in the prettiest shade of peach highlighted with a yellow throat. To 6” tall and creating clumps of pretty clover-like foliage, bulbs readily increase over time. Excellent in containers and gopher resistant! Hardy USDA zone 8b.

Babiana villosa Freesia alba

Babiana villosa
Available just once a year, this spectacular South African cutie adapts well to containers, mixed plantings and rock gardens, providing a splash of color when it blooms in Spring. Native to clay flats of the southwestern Cape, it does just fine in the clay-infested Bay and beyond. Hardy to USDA zone 9.

Freesia alba
Exquisitely fragrant! Our most popular and wildly profuse Freesia, this original South African species (1878) is a parent to many of the modern hybrids. So SIMPLE to grow, it's an outrageous bloomer with masses of 1" yellow-lipped white flowers in Spring. Hardy to USDA zone 8! Deer resistant!

Ferraria schaeferi ‘Dark Chocolate’ Ranunculus 'Pink Picotee'

Ferraria schaeferi ‘Dark Chocolate’
If you like freaky plants AND dessert, this bulb's for you! Deep chocolatey maroon with a creamy center, it smells of vanilla custard (to some)! Easy to grow in Mediterranean climates like ours with good drainage and a dry Summer rest. Hardy USDA zone 8!

Ranunculus 'Pink Picotee'
Stellar cut flowers lasting up to 10 days in a vase are your reward with this romantic and old-fashioned bulb! 2” blooms in countless variations of streaked and solid pinks, purples and creams are ruffley and gorgeous! Hardy USDA zone 8, adaptable with good drainage.

Muscari comosum "Tassel Hyacinth" Sparaxis tricolor 'Red'

Muscari comosum "Tassel Hyacinth"
A delightfully bizarre “Grape Hyacinth” that is just as interesting in the garden as it is on the dinner table! Naturalizing readily, wispy tufted purple blooms appear April to May. A Mediterranean culinary delicacy, cooked bulbs are pickled and preserved in oil. Deer, rodent resistant! Hardy USDA zone 4!

Sparaxis tricolor 'Red'
ONE CROP WONDER! One of our most treasured South African bulbs, we selected this gorgeous red form of "Harlequin Flower" a couple years ago and have been building stock ever since! This is our first offering of this tough and floriferous mid-Spring blooming beauty, grab one while you can!

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