Wait 3-5 years before first pruning. Patience makes the most beautiful plants. Prune when the weather is dry and sunny – usually in summer. Do not prune when the manzanita is flowering or about to flower. Clean your tools thoroughly before making the first cut and again between each plant. There is a caveat to […]
Just finished a frontyard in Kensington…
We just finished up this frontyard landscape for a very nice woman in Kensington. We removed a lot, but left a few favorites too. Here are some after and before pics of the yard. Stay tuned to watch in mature!East Bay Wilds Native Plant Nursery is open tomorrow and every friday from 9:30-4. We just […]
Yes we have some Milkweeds!
I was able to get ahold of 50 Showy Milkweed plants which will be available tomorrow – Friday, 1/21/22. These are dormant plants w/ very strong roots. First come, first served! […]
If you will cling to nature,…
…to the simple in Nature, to the little things that hardly anyone sees, and that can so unexpectedly become big and beyond measuring; if you have this love of inconsiderable things and seek quite simply, as one who serves, to win the confidence of what seems poor: then everything will become easier, more coherent and […]
San Leandro Project
We designed and planted this garden about 7 yrs ago for the back and 5 years ago for the front. We have not worked on it until the other day when we did a lot of pruning of the manzanitas. These shots are after the first big pruning. […]
A few photos from around the nursery.
Madrones & Manzanitas – a few i’ve met recently.
Interview with Pete Veilleux in Works and Conversations
This interview was published in October, 2021 after a series of interviews at the nursery. Read the article. […]
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