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 forward 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.

The bareroot catalog for 2019 is in circulation! Look for some of the old favorites and many of the newer varieties including pluots, pluerryies and apriums. You can see all the information on line at https://baylaurelnursery.com. Trees will be for sale the first of the year.

Christmas trees will be arriving in November. Look for Nordmann fir and Colorado blue spruce.

Most summer blooming plants are shutting down due to the shorter, cooler days. Ceratostigma griffithii is, however, in all its glory! This large, deciduous shrub will grow 5 to 6 feet in height and width. It is quite easy to maintain, the water requirements are minimal and the plant is considered deer resistant. It will provide fall color for many years.

‘First Knight’ Pennisetum is a relatively new form of the genus. It’s a striking addition to the garden. Although it dies completely to the ground, it reaches 5 to 6 feet by mid summer the following year. The leaves are much broader than other of its species. This grass takes a while to emerge in the spring, so be patient. It will be an outstanding accent until the frost takes it down.

Paper White Narcissus are a traditional holiday gift. Their fragrance is intense! The bulbs require only a base of small rocks and water. We have a healthy supply of bulbs and small rocks as well. We also have a small hand-out suggesting adding a bit of alcohol to the water to prevent the plants from becoming overly tall. The holidays are getting closer!

See our November Newsletter for more details…