Make the most of an arid climate...January 24, 2014

PruningShearsPruning 101: Fruit Trees Come learn basics about how to prune your fruit trees from a long-time City Farmers customer and friend, Kate Parker.

Date: January 25, 2014. Time: 1:30pm-3pm Free. No need to RSVP.


Succulents (2)Embrace San Diego's arid climate with succulents! Succulents are very agreeable plants. Once established, they need minimal water. Come stroll through our succulent garden...

MarronSucculent...pick out a variety from our hardy stock in 4" and 1-gallon containers, and see what you can create in your yard!


Another thought about gardening in our dry climate: Natives_11-22-13 (8)

Consider growing California native plants. Our natives section is stocked by Moosa Creek Nursery who provide detailed descriptions to help you select the right plants.

Natives_11-22-13 (6)"Planting Natives is the Right Thing to Do!"


For your edible landscape:

KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERAOur 5-gallon artichokes look great! $11.89 each Artichokes are perennials; they live on year after year. They look good in the ground and taste great on the table!

We also have a good selection of...

  • Herbs
  • Dig 'em ups such as green cabbage, kale, spinach, cilantro, broccoli......
  • Plenty of other vegetables in 4" pots and 6-packs
  • 6-packs of strawberries: $4.19 each



Posted on January 24, 2014 and filed under Uncategorized.