Moringa trees have several nicknames such as drumstick tree and horseradish tree, but "miracle tree" seems to be the most popular nickname these days. Described as easy to grow and wonderful to eat, moringa has a long history of culinary and medicinal uses. If you decide to give this tree a try in your yard, have a pruning plan, as it is reported to grow fast and tall, making harvest of its nutritious leaves and pods difficult!
Spring Art in the Garden Saturday, May 3, 2014 9am-4pm This annual event is a wonderful time to visit the nursery, with new blooms and fresh green popping up everywhere! Tables will be set up among the shrubs and trees with local craftspeople displaying and selling the products of their talent. This is a free event with free, offsite shuttle parking available.
Interested in being an Art in the Garden vendor? Read our vendor FAQ page with all the details on how to register.
Available in the nursery this weekend:
- Grow your own Stevia! 4" pots, $3.19 each (located in the herbs)
- white sage - 4" pots for $3.19
- tree collards, tree kales, walking stick kale, perennial broccoli - 1 gallon pots for $9.99 each
- tomatoes and peppers in Dig 'em Ups
- big selection of assorted veggies in 4" pots
- variety packs - assortment of 6 plants per pack
- A fresh shipment of herbs came in this week.
Coming soon! New play-ground buildings are almost complete. Thank you for your patience!