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Newsletter for December 2023

It’s that “Let’s celebrate and be jolly” time of year. We’re here to help at Bay Laurel Garden Center in Atascadero. We don’t have any mulled cider or hand warmers to sell but we do have some plants to add

Newsletter for November 2023

Fill your garden with these cold hardy lovelies at Bay Laurel Garden Center in Atascadero. Pansies and violas are always at the top of list – there’s so much diversity! Some of the newest varieties include ‘Tiger Eye’ viola and

Newsletter for October 2023

The days get shorter and cooler and exciting possibilities tempt the gardener at Bay Laurel Garden Center in Atascadero. Late blooming perennials extend the season of color. The new hues of Echinacea are definitely tempting. Red Gaillardias are a relatively

Newsletter for September 2023

Relish the arrival of cool, tolerable weather! Fall is fast approaching and we’ll be stocking lots of cool season vegetables at Bay Laurel Garden Center in Atascadero. Pictured here is one of the most reliable and colorful Alstroemarias – ‘Indian

Newsletter for August 2023

There’s more summer to come at Bay Laurel Garden Center in Atascadero! Temperatures vacillate from high to not as much. Thankfully there are some tough plants that can weather the changes. The ever popular Crape Myrtles are showing their colors

Newsletter for July 2023

Spring flowering trees have had their moments of glory – it’s time for the summer stars to shine at Bay Laurel Garden Center. The trees that put on a show for this season include Crape Myrtle, Vitex, Chitalpa, Cercidium (Palo

Newsletter for June 2023

Summer nears and there’s a lot to do in the garden! We’re here to help at Bay Laurel Garden Center in Atascadero. It’s time to bring up the fruit trees and roses that were planted from the bareroot season and

Newsletter for May 2023

Spring has outdone itself this year! Plants are thriving and blooming like crazy. at Bay Laurel Garden Center has been very busy trying to accommodate the needs of our trusty customers. Just arrived in time for Cinco de Mayo is

Newsletter for April 2023

Spring flowering trees are such a joy! Plums, pears, crabapples and red buds. The native redbud grows naturally as a multi-stemmed shrub but can be trained as a tree. It is extremely drought tolerant. The non-native varieties i.e. Canadensis “Oklahoma”

Newsletter for March 2023

As the bareroot season fades into spring the pink sold tape is being removed. That means you still have an opportunity to buy bareroot at Bay Laurel Garden Center in Atascadero. We have a smattering of all sorts of trees