Bay Laurel Garden Center specializes in California native plants and drought tolerant plants suitable for our area, the northern part of San Luis Obispo County. Browse through our extensive stock of quality plants. We are happy to help you select the ideal varieties for your garden.
Our nursery carries a great selection of pottery, statuary and gifts as well as everything you need for a beautiful landscape. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff look foward to meeting you!
During the months of January, February and March, we stock hundreds of varieties of bareroot fruit and nut trees, berry plants, roses and shade trees. Visit our Fruit Trees Online website to find out more.
Calibrachoas are among the most popular hanging baskets. These colorful little flowers are close relatives of the Petunia, but they seem to endure the hot summers a bit better. We also have the plants available in 4″ pots and sometimes in 6 packs. Look for hanging ivy geraniums and fuchsias as well. See our May Newsletter for more details…
Vegetable gardening is at its peak. You might want to stick to the tried and true. We have Ace, Early Girl, Better Boy and Celebrity tomatoes for you. For the more adventurous try Indigo Rose, Orange Russian or German Johnson. Peppers are here, hot and mild. Some of the smaller types include Padron, Shishito and Lunchbox. Don’t forget the herbs – too many to mention!
The ‘Titan’ sunflowers we’ve been selling in 4″ pots are very tall witih a single stem and are grown for their very large seed heads. ‘Sunfinity’, arriving this week, is quite a different plant. We sold this amazing new variety last year; the plant branches out for many, many weeks and is a terrific ornamental. It’s great as a container plant or in the ground.
Apple blossom time! And the coddling moths are ready to invade. They lay their eggs in the blossoms and their offspring eat their way out! You can set traps out in the trees to monitor their arrival. After the petals drops, spray with either spinosad or horticultural oil.
Annuals deliver lots of summer color and marigolds are always near the top of the list. This is the second year for a special variety, ‘Strawberry Blonde’. The blend of colors are quite unique. Pair it with blue salvias, yellow and orange zinnias or white shasta daisies. Don’t forget the slow release fertilizer, Osmocote.