2018 Bareroot Stock Variety ListWith literally thousands of varieties of plants in stock year-round, we have the most unusual to the most common of plants. This time of year is special because we bring in the largest selection of bareroot fruit trees, roses, shade trees, grapes, berries, and veggies in all of Kern County!Take a look through our bareroot variety list for everything we are bringing into the nursery. Along with the tried and true varieties, there are many new varieties this year for you to give a good home!
5 Reasons You Should Jump on Planting Bareroot Plants this Month in Bakersfield
Using frost cloth or an anti-transpirant can mean the difference between life and death this time of year. Maybe you’re trying to squeeze in (and keep the bunnies away from) some lettuce before the really bad weather sets in. Or maybe that prized plant will only take temperatures down to 35 degrees. Whatever the case, having a good supply of frost cloth (also sometimes called a ‘row cover’) or Cloud Cover is a must.
Whether you’re planning a customer appreciation event for your business or preparing for your annual Christmas party, there are a variety of ways to take your Bakersfield event to that next level.
Here are a few pro tips and helpful suggestions to help you plan your next major event in Bakersfield.
Whether it’s for your home or business, backyard or front yard, a new landscaping project can seem overwhelming at first. However, with the right information at your side, you can avoid mistakes and transform your spot into a beautiful green paradise.
So before you get started on your next Bakersfield landscaping project, here are a few simple tips to get you headed in the right direction.
A landscape consultant is a lot like a seasoned painter. They can take a blank canvas and use a variety of plants and trees to turn it into something truly beautiful.
In other words, a landscape consultant is an artist — nature is simply their medium.
But what does a landscape consultant do and what are the benefits of using a landscape consultant? We’re glad you asked.