Garden tours are a great way to find new ideas for your garden. If you're interested in incorporating California natives in your landscape, then you might want to register for the Going Native Garden Tour on Saturday April 20th and Sunday April 21st.
Now in its tenth year, the Going Native Garden Tour showcases gardens in Santa Clara County that feature reduced pesticide use, improved habitat and the unique aesthetic appeal of gardens designed with California native plants.
Many of the gardens feature talks and several nurseries host plant sales at some of the gardens. Each nursery will be donating 20% of its plant sales over the weekend to the California Native Plant Society.
Gold Rush will be at the Morrow-Rumbaugh garden in Saratoga on Saturday April 20th from 10am to 4pm. On Sunday, we'll be at the Foxborough garden in Mountain View. You can find the full addresses of these gardens by registering (it's free!) for the tour at the Going Native Garden Tour website. We'll have over 100 varieties of California natives available for you to buy. You can find a list of what we're planning on taking to Saratoga and Mountain View on our Availability page. We're happy to take advance orders for you to pick up at one of these gardens - just call (831 359 9291) or email us with your order.
Our gates are open on Fridays from 9am to 4pm.
On other days, we're open by arrangement as we're often out doing deliveries, design work or consultations. Just give us a call (831 359 9291) to make sure someone will be at the nursery to welcome you and answer your questions.