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Newsletter for May 2019

Your mother’s old petunias have definitely been upgraded! Here are two of the new flashy ones – Caramel and Night Sky. We also have many other varieties in 6 packs. This month is just bursting with color; the dependable perennials

Newsletter for April 2019

The many colors of spring! Here’s a new Calibrachoa (relative of the petunia). This somewhat new addition to the annual palette blooms longer and better than petunias. It is great in hanging baskets and in containers. This newest variety is

Newsletter for March 2019

Last call for bareroot! Still available many scrumptious varieties. Fuji apples – perhaps the most favorite apple. Red apples – very desirable. The perfect pairing – Red Fuji apple! We have a good selection of figs, peaches and nectarines in

Newsletter for February 2019

Don’t they look delicious? We’ve just about reached the halfway mark with our bareroot, season and there are still some great choices out there! ‘Fairtime’ peach is one of the latest to bear – September. The freestone, yellow fleshed peach

Newsletter for January 2019

Each day brings us closer to harvest with the delicious images of fresh picked peaches and apples and blackberries! And now is the time for planting. We have our usual amazing selection. Most of the fruit trees offer choices in

Newsletter for December 2018

Conifer time! Gorgeous greens and blues to celebrate the season. We have a great selection of Nordmann firs and Colorado Blue Spruce along with some more unusual varieties such as Austrian and Bosnian pines. We have instructions for indoor use

Newsletter for November 2018

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

Newsletter for October 2018

We hope you saved some space for fall planting – it’s a great season for planting, especially California natives. Above, three views of the manzanita. Right now we have a wonderful selection. Tallest is ‘Dr. Hurd’, other upright varieties include

Newsletter for September 2018

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

Newsletter for August 2018

Black-eyed Susan – a very general term! This is a fancy one – Rudbeckia ‘Denver Daisy’ – and perhaps one of the showiest. Other plants under the term include many other Rudbeckias – ‘Indian summer’, ‘Irish Eyes’ and ‘Cherokee Sunset’.

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