***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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While spring is considered the season to spend time in the yard and incorporate new plants into your landscaping, there are plenty of veggies that you can add to your garden in San Jose right now. Watch this video for some helpful tips on getting vegetables going in late summer.

If you want to extend your harvest, then carrots are a good option to plant in your garden in late summer. To make it easier to add these tiny seeds to your garden row, consider mixing them with an equal amount of sand. For lettuce and arugula, try using the broadcasting method of sprinkling the seeds evenly across the bed. Then, gently use a rake to cover the seeds with soil.

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