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.
It wouldn’t be fall at Bay Laurel without our annual Fruit Tree Sale. Take advantage of these great prices to add to or begin your home orchard. Apples, apricots, cherries, nectarines, peaches, plums and pluots in 5 gallons are only $22.95. All other deciduous fruit trees are 20% off. See our September Newsletter for more details…
We were sad to learn one of our suppliers has retired and we are no longer able to offer grape vines. We will continue to receive a limited number of grapes in containers from Monrovia.
You can see all the information on line at https://baylaurelnursery.com.
Trees will be for sale the first of the year.
Leucophyllum compactum is a charming shrub blooming late in the season. The evergreen shrub has silvery leaves and pink flowers, grows to about 5 feet. It hails from the Southwest and Northern Mexico and is suited to very warm temperatures. Give it a sunny spot in your garden with minimum water and it will require little maintenance.
The supply of fall vegetables has arrived. We have kale, lettuce, snap peas, broccoli and more plus some very handsome strawberry plants. Be sure to enrich your soil as you begin your fall/winter garden. We have lots of great products to ensure a healthy crop. The locally made Vermicompost is very popular and our employees have had great results using it. Tailor your fertilizing to the needs of your crop – high nitrogen for leafy vegetables, high phosphorous for fruiting.