Gold Rush plants on display at the Blossom Hill Farmers' Market

Where to buy Gold Rush plants

Are you wanting to buy our plants, but aren't sure where to find them?  Here's a quick guide to where to go.

Nurseries

If you can't visit us at our nursery or at one of the events we attend, then look for our plants at the nurseries listed below.  You can also ask these nurseries to special order plants from us.

Almaden Valley Nursery, San Jose CA: Retail nursery

Capitol Wholesale Nursery, San Jose CA: Retail and wholesale nursery

Devil Mountain Wholesale Nursery, San Ramon CA - wholesale nursery

DIG Gardens, Water Street, Santa Cruz CA - Retail nursery

Middlebrook Gardens, 76 Race Street, San Jose CA - Retail nursery specializing in California natives

Native Revival Nursery, Mar Vista, Aptos CA - Retail and wholesale nursery with an extensive selection of California natives.

 

Events

We attend several events each year, especially in spring.  You can usually find us at the San Francisco Flower & Garden Show, the Santa Clara Master Gardeners' Spring Garden Market and the Going Native Garden Tour.  In 2012, we'll be participating for the first time in the Sunset Celebration Weekend.

Farmers' Markets

Many of you have been asking if we're going back to the farmers' markets.  Sorry, but we've decided not to have a stall at the Willow Glen or Blossom Hill Farmers' Markets any more.  We really enjoyed our time at both these markets and met some wonderful people.  We've decided to focus, though, on other plant-related events and on developing our alliance with the PopUp Plant Stars.

 

PopUp Plant Stars

In the second half of 2011, we formed a collaborative alliance with three other small, locally owned and operated nurseries - Carman's Nursery, Cole Canyon Farm and Terra Sole Nurseries.  Together, we call ourselves the PopUp Plant Stars - PuPS for short!

The PuPS will be popping up together at events throughout the greater Bay Area to bring you a fabulous array of locally grown and sustainably produced edible and ornamental plants.

Check out the PuPS Facebook page for more information and details of upcoming events.

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