Is to provide you with proven varieties of plants propagated onsite, using peat-free soil mediums, in reused pots.
A prolific producer of rich, dark berries. Noted for its Anthocyanin content. Clustered flowers are insectary. Growth is 4-6' per year if cut back in the winter after all the leaves have fallen. Moist to dry soils. Full-sun on the coast. Berries must be cooked before eating. 1-gallon pot.
Our Beneficial Kits were field tested and the results were incredible! Kits include a pest trap, predator host, pollinator host and nitrogen fixing plants. They are designed to be planted in the center of perennial gardens or at the end-caps of raised beds. 1-gallon pot.
Classic red currant with chains of hanging berries. Lightly prune and feed annually. 1-gallon pot.
The Brown Turkey is a classic purple fruit with great flavor and does well in coastal regions in full sun. It will produce two crops in warmer regions. The Italian Honey Fig is a large, green fruit with a special, light fig sweetness and does well in warmer regions. 1-gallon & 3-gallon pot.
Native currant that flowers early in the spring to add some color to a mostly green landscape. Important early food source for native, solitary bees. Tolerates part-shade. Deer resistant. 1-gallon pot.
Not as prolific a producer as the red; however, the black berries are delicious and high in Anthocyanins. Lightly prune and feed annually. 1-gallon pot.
A hybrid of the Black Currant and Black Goosebery. Slow to produce. Full-sun on the coast. Lightly prune and feed annually. 1-gallon pot.
Deciduous tree-shrub with vibrant red bark, cream colored flowers and vibrant green foliage. Important insectary for native butterflies. 1-gallon pot.
Field tested outdoors in the Humboldt Bay area and grown from seed! We provide a variety of annual food and flowers for the spring and summer season.
Imagine a sweet, orange cherry-tomatillo grown on a delicate shrub with soft, fuzzy leaves... that's a ground cherry. Typically a self-sowing annual, this amazing plant will perennialize along our cooler bioregions and produce fruit May-November. 1/2-gallon pot.
The queen of mineralization. The purple flowers attract native and honeybees. Large leaves can be laid as mineral rich mulch in the garden. Will spread if disturbed. 1/2 and 1-gallon pot.
Just like purple comfrey, but with a "creeping" growth pattern that lends itself as a beneficial ground cover. 1/2 and 1-gallon pot.
The king of all IMP species! Tolerant of all soil types and moister levels. Prune early in the spring to control height and promote lusher growth. Will spread by rhizomes and seed.
Can't wait until the next Pop-Up Plant Sale? We do local delivery and pick up!
Minimum order of $40.