***Face coverings now required in our facilities***

Due to COVID-19, we will be closed on Sundays.

We have also shortened our business hours. Our new temporary hours are 7:00 AM to 4:00PM. (Due to extreme lines waiting to get inside, the gates are closed anytime after 3:00pm.)

We are limiting 10 customers in the store or nursery at one time.

We are making every effort to sanitize our store to keep our customers and employees safe.

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When you convert your garden near San Jose into a landscape that features more native plants and less lawn, you can save on water usage as well as provide a habitat for local pollinators. Watch this video to learn more about the benefits of planting a native garden.

For many residential yards, certain types of trees, grasses, and plants can become invasive and demand large amounts of water to survive. When you live in an area that hat a hot and dry climate or that is affected by drought, this can become a serious issue.

Native plants usually require far less water than non-native plants, and they also promote the survival of local insects and birds. By replacing your lawn and non-local plants with local species, you can save water while still enjoying a beautiful landscape design.

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