show menu

Nurseries & Plant Propagators Gardeners Guide 2020

Supporting locally-owned nurseries is important not just for their economic health, but also for the health of Sonoma County’s agricultural heritage. When we purchase plants that have been grown outside our area, we risk importing insects and diseases that could negatively effect our farms and agricultural businesses. Please support these nurseries and plant propagators who grow plants meant to thrive in our unique climate and fragile environment. (Please support our advertisers [in bold text] that make this guide possible - THANK YOU!)
Antiquarian & Florabunda - 1
Log Cabin on B Street, Duncans Mills
707-865-9897
Open 11a–8p. Except Tues
https://duncansmillsvillage.com/merchants/antiquarian-florabunda/
A sweet little mini-nursery with interesting niche plants to suit our unique situations – deer & gopher resistant, drought, coast and shade-tolerant plants a specialty. Lots of Succulents!

Attune Landscape Nursery - 2
4577 Hall Rd., Santa Rosa
707-823-7355 - Landscaping
707-975-9580 – Wholesale Nursery
www.attunelandscapes.com
WHOLESALE – Come see what we have growing to support your landscape business.

Aztec Dahlias
Retail & Wholesale
2478 East Washington St., Petaluma
707-338-9478
www.aztecdahlias.com
Tues-Sun 10–5, June to Oct
Plants, Tubers, Fresh Cut Flowers. We grow 400 varieties of dahlias. We sell at our farm stand and specialize in event and wedding orders. Shipping.

Bamboo Sourcery Nursery & Gardens- 3
666 Wagnon Rd, Sebastopol
707-823-5866
www.bamboosourcery.com
Open Tue-Sat 9-4, or by appointment.

Beautiful gardens featuring an extensive selection of over 200 clumping and running bamboos. You will find bamboos for every microclimate and application, from privacy screens to ornamental highlights. Bamboo Sourcery offers expert consultation, installation and delivery as well as bamboo poles, barrier, tools and educational materials. Bamboo can be a well-behaved and delightful addition to your garden!

Bennett Valley Gardens

2780 Yulupa Ave, Santa Rosa

707-569-8624

www.bennettvalleygardens.com

9a–5p daily Summer Hours: (Mar 10 to Nov 3) 9a–6p

Perennials, bedding plants, succulents, houseplants, soils and amendments— as well as beautiful pots to grow them in!

California Carnivores

2833 Old Gravenstein Hwy, Sebastopol

707-824-0433

www.californiacarnivores.com

Thu-Mon 10-4

The widest variety of carnivorous plants in the United States.

California Flora Nursery - 4

2990 Somers St, Fulton

707-528-8813

www.calfloranursery.com

7 Days a Week, 10a – 4p Mon – Sat.

We specialize in California Natives, with an emphasis on pollinator and habitat plants. We love the rare and unusual, but we also focus on sturdy and dependable plants for the new gardener. Plants grown onsite.

Cloverdale Nursery - 5

216 S. Cloverdale Blvd, Cloverdale

707-894-6654

Open 7 Days a Week 9-5pm

www.cloverdalenursery.info

Beautiful plants and careful design in the relaxed atmosphere. We are a retail nursery and boutique gift store owned and run by three passionate horticulturists. We are honored to share what we know and love with you.

Cottage Gardens of Petaluma

3995 Emerald Dr, Petaluma

707-778-8025

www.cottagegardensofpet.com

Open Everyday 9-5

Vegetable starts through perennials, vine and fruit trees. Specialty growers of Perennials, Roses, Clematis, Grasses, Rhododendrons, Succulents and Edibles.

Emerisa Gardens - 6

555 Irwin Ln, Santa Rosa

707-525-9644

www.emerisa.com

OPEN March 3rd-Nov. 22nd

Tue-Sat 9-5, Sun 10-4, Closed Monday

The nursery at Emerisa Gardens has been supplying local gardeners since 1996.

We are family owned and grow on site over 2000 varieties of hardy and unusual perennials, herbs, grasses, shrubs, roses, clematis, phormiums, succulents and more! We also carry a wide selection of soils, gloves, gift items and Talavera pottery. Our knowledgeable staff is always here to help you with all your gardening needs. We look forward to seeing you at the nursery!

Enchanting Sweet Peas

707-829-5284

800-371-0233

enchantingsweetpeas.com

Order online more than 40 Varieties of Gorgeous, Fragrant Sweet Pea Flower Seeds.

Gaddis Nursery, Inc

707-542-2202

3050 Piner Rd. Santa Rosa

www.gaddisnursery.com

Wholesale Only– M–F 8a–5p

Quality bedding plants for you and your customers. Members of CLCA, Sonoma County Farm Bureau and SCGGA, we support our local trade businesses.

Garden Delights Nursery

2115 Adobe Road Petaluma

707-775-5008

Hanascape@aol.com

www.hanascape.com

Specialty grower of rare plants. Trees, shrubs, flowers, edibles. We feature dogwoods, Japanese maples, magnolias, flowering ornamentals, and fruit trees. We offer earth-friendly plants and climate sensitive design landscaping.

Garden Valley Ranch

498 Pepper Rd, Petaluma

707-795-0919

www.gardenvalley.com

The nursery specializes in the highest quality bare root (seasonal) and potted roses. We sell cut garden roses May – October. Amazingly beautiful location.

Greenman Nursery

415-710-2562

www.greenmannurseryca.com

cambyset@icloud.com

Fri-Mon By Appointment Only

Old-school organically grown fruit trees, berries, grapes, herbs, and vegetable starts including Pepper King Cam’s over 70 varieties of hot & sweet pepper plants.  Antique roses, succulents, grasses, water plants, natives, shade and flowering trees and many large, unique specimens. Full-service landscape offering consultation, design, and installation.

Hallberg Butterfly Gardens

8687 Oak Grove Ave, Sebastopol

707-823-3420

www.hallbergbutterflygardens.org

By Appt. Wed-Sun, April-October

Open Garden Sunday, June 28, 2020 10-4 of our historic wildlife garden with children’s activities, butterfly/bird sightings; informational displays, plant and book sales. Book a Docent or self-guided tours for yourself, school or group. Docent and self-guided tours. Butterfly Gardens is currently seeking docents and volunteers.

Harmony Nursery & Supply - 7

3244 Gravenstein Hwy North, Sebastopol

707-823-9125

5400 Old Redwood Hwy N, Petaluma

707-665-6345

www.harmonyfarm.com

OPEN DAILY

We’ve been growing Certified Organic vegetable starts for over 20 years. Tomatoes, Peppers, Leafy Greens, Brassicas, and many more.  In addition, to one of the largest selections of bare-root fruit trees in Northern California (December/January), we offer a broad variety of edible, native, and drought-tolerant plants. From colorful annuals the pollinator-supporting perennials, we have plants for sun and shade, soil amendments, seeds in bulk or by the packet in both common and heirloom varieties. Come visit and browse our two-acre facility, and speak with one of our knowledgeable staff.

Hidden Forest Nursery - 8

(formerly Sonoma Horticultural Nursery)

3970 Azalea Lane, Sebastopol

707-823-6832

www.sonomahort.com

Open Thu-Mon 9-5 ,Winter 9-4

The Bay Area’s premier grower of Rhododendrons and Azaleas also offers a vast array of shade-loving and long-lived edible plants. Beauty alone provides food for the soul, but when beauty meets functionality, as with garden-worthy plants that also provide food, tea, herbs, and medicines, mini gardens of Eden are created right at home. The nursery is housed in a 7.5 acre botanical garden, with rare trees and flowering shrubs, nearly 2 miles of trails, a year-round creek, a spring-fed pond, and a prehistoric wetland. Come walk-about and discover the magic in our forest! Friendly and knowledgeable staff are here to help. For groups of 10 or more, reservations are appreciated. Docent tours available upon request.

Imwalle Gardens

685 W 3rd St, Santa Rosa

707-546-0279

Mon-Sat 8-5, Sun 10-4:00

Locally grown vegetables and fruits in season. Specializing in vegetable bedding plants.

Jungle Bamboo, Palms & Olives

503 W Railroad Ave, Cotati

707-794-8292

www.Junglebambooandpalms.com

Mon-Fri 8-4:30 Sat by Appointment

50 bamboo varieties, Palm and Olive trees. The best plants at the lowest price anywhere. Deliveries and consultations.

Kings Nursery

1212 13th St, Santa Rosa

(on the corner of 13th & Stewart)

707-542-4782

www.kingsflowernursery.com

Open daily 9-5 (seasonal hours)

Award-winning roses, 75+ varieties of sweet-peas, custom color-pots and baskets, flower bulbs, peonies, seasonal plants and garden decor.

Landscapes Unlimited, Inc.

WHOLESALE ONLY

4330 Bodega Ave, Petaluma

707-778-0136

www.lunpetaluma.com

Open M-F 8-5

For landscapers and small nurseries. Plants grown here are well suited to the California gardens, Sun to shade.

Lone Pine Gardens

6450 Lone Pine Rd, Sebastopol

707-823-5024

www.lonepinegardens.com

lonepinegardens@yahoo.com

Thu-Sat 10-5

Specializes in Bonsai, Cacti, Succulents, and unusual Ornamentals. Rock garden accent plants. Wholesale & retail.

Luther Burbank’s Experiment Farm – Gold Ridge

7777 Bodega Ave, Sebastopol

707-829-2361

www.wschs.org/farm/

Plant sales every Weds 9-12 during Voolunteer Workday. Accessed through Burbank Heights and Orchards. Self-guided tours. Docent-led tours: call to reserve, 707-8290-2361. Volunteers are always needed for all phases of gardening, administration and cottage housekeeping help. Open House & Plant Sale. May 2 & 3, 10 a - 4 p.

Lynn’s Lavender & Lotsmore

3335 Harrison Grade Rd, Sebastopol

707-874-9960

www.lynnslavender.com

By appointment only

Certified organic fresh lavender and herbs. Succulents for hard-to-grow areas in your garden. FIND US @ corner of Graton and Tanuda Road, a mile east of the village of Occidental.

Mariposa Habitat Nursery

Northwest Santa Rosa

707-546-4386

janarosa@sonic.net

Cultivating and maintaining California Native and compatible Mediterranean habitat plants for hummingbirds, butterflies and other beneficial insects. Always organic. Consider an edible and habitat hedgerow for privacy and food.

Momiji Nursery

2765 Stony Point Rd, Santa Rosa

707-528-2917

OPEN by Appt in Winter

Mar-Nov, Thu-Sat 9-4, Sun 10-2

www.momijinursery.com

Nothing but Japanese maples! Many rare trees. Available in sizes from 1-gallon thru 32” box. Since 1979.

Mostly Natives Nursery

54 B Street, Point Reyes Station

415-663-8835

www.mostlynatives.com

Thu - Mon 10-5

CA natives, drought-tolerant species, vegetables, and herbs. Call for inventory.

Occidental Art & Ecology Center - 9
15290 Coleman Valley Rd, Occidental

707-874-1557 x101

www.oaec.org/nursery

Open Apr ~ Oct, Fri-Sat-Sun, 10a-5p

Tours of the Gardens: April-Oct every 1st & 3rd Sunday of the month at 1pm.

100% CCOF Organic and specializes in locally adapted food crops, medicinal and culinary herbs, and perennials for drought tolerant landscapes. We propagate rare varieties from seed and “mother plants” growing in our on-site demonstration gardens. All proceeds benefit our non-profit work to preserve bio-cultural biodiversity.

Peacock Horticultural Nursery

4296 Gravenstein Hwy S, Sebastopol

707-291-0547 Call or text before visit

www.peacockhorticulturalnursery.com

Thu – Sun 10a-4p or by appt.

Unusual and hard-to-find plants. Check website for what’s in bloom and our blog.

Pond & Garden Nursery - 10

6225 Stony Point Rd @ Hwy 116, Cotati

707-792-9141

www.pondandgardennursery.com

Open daily 9-5, closed Wed

Full service nursery with an emphasis on ponds, dwarf conifers, hundreds of varieties of hostas, an exquisite selection of japanese maples, succulents and other exotic plants and trees. For ponds we have koi and other pond dwelling fish and critters, pond supplies, pond cleaning and maintenance, and aquatic plants. We also carry books, garden art & furniture, misters and more.

Prickett’s Nursery - 11

5875 Sonoma Hwy, Ste “A” Santa Rosa

707-539-3030

12950 Old Redwood Hwy, Healdsburg

707-433-8904

www.prickettsnursery.com

Open Daily 9 - 5:30

2 unique locations with annual & perennial color, shrubs & trees, roses, graceful grasses, succulents, organic vegetable starts, fruit trees, houseplants, pottery & statuary, garden decor, quality soil amendments and everything else you need to create & maintain a beautiful garden. Say hello to our resident hens at our Healdsburg location!

Quarryhill Botanical Garden

12841 Sonoma Hwy, Glen Ellen

707-996-3166

www.quarryhillbg.org

Open Daily 9a-4p

25-acre wild botanical institution. Gift Shop, tours, plants for sale, trainings.

R-Trees Nursery - 12

4650 Arlington Ave, Santa Rosa

707-586-1137

Mon-Fri 7:30-5, Sat 7:30-4

Trees, shrubs, perennials & grasses. Our goal is to provide the highest quality plant material at competitive prices in an atmosphere of courtesy, respect and professionalism.

Russian River Rose Co. - 13

1685 Magnolia Dr, Healdsburg

707-433-7455

www.russian-river-rose.com

April & May, Sat & Sun 10a-5p & Appt.

The nursery is filled with beautiful roses, irises and perennials, all specially selected for the Northern California climate. Large Display Garden showcasing over 650 varieties of roses and 150 irises with stunning 500′ Rose Allee. Informative classes and demonstrations. Fragrant Perfume Rose Fields. Check website for Rose Perfume Harvest Tours in April and May.

Skyview Nursery

707-824-1507

We specialize in seasonal vegetable starts, herbs, succulents, fairy gardens, dahlias, blooming annuals and perennials. Find us at Santa Rosa Community Farmers’ Market Wednesdays & Saturdays 8:30a to 1p, Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, 50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa

Sonoma County Jail Nursery & Teaching Garden

2254 Ordinance Rd, Santa Rosa

707-525-8310

www.sonomacounty.ca.gov/Services/Plant-Sale/

Closed until MAY 2020 or by appoint. Plants grown using compost, no fertilizers or pesticides. California Native & drought tolerant shrubs, perennials, succulents, ground covers, fruit & ornamental trees, spring vegetable starts. All sales income provides project-based education to inmates.

Sonoma Mission Gardens

851 Craig Ave, Sonoma

707-938-5775

sonomamissiongardens.com/nursery

Mon-Sat 9-5:30, Sun 10-5:30, closed Tues

Rare and unusual specimens. Staffed by California Certified Nursery Professionals to answer questions.

Sonoma Valley Wholesale Nursery
19655 Arnold Dr, Sonoma

707- 815-8600

www.sonomavalleynursery.com

Mon-Fri 7:30a - 4p, Sat 8a - 3p

Landscape plants sustainably grown using ORMI approved fertilizer, no pesticides, insecticides or fungicides.

Trees, shrubs, grasses, perennials, edibles, succulents. Certified organic fruit trees, citrus, olive trees, and berries suited to thrive in California’s wet winters and long dry summers. Open to the public Tuesday and Saturday.]

Stumptown Nursery

15654 River Rd, Guerneville

707-869-3082

Open Sun-Fri CLOSED Saturdays.

Carries a wide selection of garden amendments, carefully selected annuals, perennials and shade tolerant plants.

Swede’s Feeds & Garden - 14

9140 Sonoma Hwy, Kenwood

707-833-5050

www.swedesfeeds.com

M 10a–6p, W–F 10a–5p, Sat 10–5p, Sun

11a–4pm

Garden Art & Gifts. Soils, Garden Supplies, Organic Veggie & Herb Starts. Interesting selection of perennial & annuals 2”-5 gallon. Large selection of Wild Bird seed & supplies.

Thrive Hydroponics

30-A Mill St, Healdsburg

707-433-4068

www. thrivehydro.com

Open 7 Days a Week

Expert advice, unbeatable prices. LED light specialists. Greenhouses, trim machine and rental machines. We ship.

Urban Tree Farm Nursery

3010 Fulton Rd, Fulton

707-544-4446

www.urbantreefarm.com

W–M 10a–5p, CLOSED Tues

Trees, shrubs, perennials, vines. Low water-use plants. Organic soil mixes, fruit and ornamental trees. We deliver.

Vine & Branch Nursery - 15

211 Limerick Lane, Healdsburg

707-433-5091

www.vineandbranchnursery.com

Open M-F 7:30-4:30

We’re tiny but mighty (and quick!), so what’s in stock now is a small fraction of what’s available. Our inventory changes fast, but we can find whatever you need fast, too - usually between 1 and 5 business days for all but the most elusive plants. The highest quality, hand-selected, California grown plants, and are committed to providing premium service to complement our premium plants. We welcome contractors, landscape designers, and others in the trade (and you, Master Gardeners!) to come visit the nursery. Beautiful plants available in 4″ pots through 36″ boxes. Special order one plant or 1,000.

Walker Avenue Nursery - 16

Plants for Wet Places

707-585-7865

www.walkeravenuenursery.com

By appointment only – WHOLESALE

Dedicated to growing wetland, riparian, & pond plants for the landscape industry, architects & designers, native restoration/revegetation projects, and retail stores. Our plants are irrigated with 100% reclaimed water, free of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. All plant material is grown at our farm.

West County Oasis Bamboo
3525 Stony Point Rd, Santa Rosa

707-585-7415

www.WestCountyBamboo.com

Open Mon-Fri 9a - 5p, Sun by appt.

250 varieties of Bamboo. We offer installation, removal, on-site consultations, custom-built redwood planter boxes and hard to find rhizome barrier. Call to make an appointment.

Wild Garden Farm & Nursery
2710 Chileno Valley Road, Petaluma

707-769-9114

Seasonal hours by appt only

As the successor to North Coast Native Nursery, we’re growing an expanded selection of native and non-native species. Our emphasis is propagation of multi-purpose plants for creating beautiful and functional landscaping for wildlife habitat, pollinator hedgerows, water conservation, edible landscapes, dye gardens, and herbs and perennials.

Wildwood Nursery
10300 Hwy 12, Kenwood

707-833-1161

www.wildwoodmaples.com

Hours vary by season and are posted on our website.

Visit and explore new, unusual, and rare plants in a park-like setting nestled in the Valley of the Moon. Highlights of the nursery are Japanese maples, dogwoods, ginkgos, conifers, and drought-tolerant plants.

Willowside School Nursery

5299 Hall Rd., Santa Rosa

(Entrance on Willowside Rd.)

INFO: 707-569-4724

www.ogusd.org/willowside-nursery

Mar 7&28, Apr 18, May 9&30, Jun 20, 9-2p

Working middle school nursery with student involvement. Variety of low water and drought-tolerant perennials, California natives, a multitude of succulents, grasses, salvias, and plants to invite insects, butterflies, and hummingbirds. No veggies. $5 for 1-gallon container. Japanese Maples 3-6 ft tall at $30 to $60 per tree! Rain or shine.

We've moved our commenting system to Disqus, a widely used community engagement tool that you may already be using on other websites. If you're a registered Disqus user, your account will work on the Gazette as well. If you'd like to sign up to comment, visit https://disqus.com/profile/signup/.
Show Comment