King's Nursery voted BEST nursery in Sonoma County

Voted the Best Nursery in Sonoma County

We did it again!  Thanks for once again voting King’s Nursery as the BEST local nursery in Sonoma County.  In 2015, we won in both the Press Democrat as well as the Bohemian.

King’s Nursery in Santa Rosa

Voted the best nursery in Sonoma County.

1212 13th St. Santa Rosa, CA

on the corner of 13th and Stewart.

Open for Garden Fun

9-5:30 M-Sat, 9-5 on Sundays

Pink YuletideA tall cool drink of summer
Voted the best nursery in Santa RosaRoses of many colors at King's Nursery in Santa Rosa
DeffodilsFlower trees at King's Nursery

Plant Flowerbulbs NOW for Springtime WOW!

Bluebird and daffodilsIt’s one of the best times of the year- flowerbulbs are here!

Bright yellow daffodils , vibrant tulips, fragrant hyacinth will sprout forth effortlessly next spring if you take a moment to put them in now. It’s easy to set up a springtime show with bulbs, especially when planted beneath cool season flowers like pansies, poppies, stock and snapdragons. The shoots will grow right up through the plants in spring, creating a fabulous double-decker effect – wow!

Let’s go over the basics:

Daffodils (narcissus) are abundant and reliable, the classic reminder that spring has arrived. The brightly colored flowers are most often yellow, but you also see them in different combinations of orange, white and even pink. The shorter ones are often fragrant.

Tulips come in so many different styles, heights and colors- fringed, lily-flowered, giant mammoth just to name a few. Some bloom earlier, some later, so you can extend the bloom time by choosing some of each.

Freesia have a sweet citrusy scent. Plant them among other bulbs or perennials; the flowers bloom their way up the gracefully lilting stems for weeks. Great cutflower.

Bearded Iris have evergreen leaves, and many of the newer varieties will bloom for most of the year. Gorgeous, seemingly delicate flowers are quite large, sporting a noticeable ‘beard’ on the lower petals.a tulip's eye view

Hyacinth are suited to a fair amount of shade. Full and colorful clusters of bloom are compact, upright and potently fragrant. Great for pots or in borders.

Bearded Iris have arrived!Crocus, usually the first to bloom (in late winter/early spring), look like delicate cups of color sitting right atop the soil. Stunning when planted in clumps or drifts.

Dutch Iris have been a staple at the florist for many years. Make a statement with a large number of bulbs planted ‘shoulder to shoulder’ in a large hole, or mix some into the perennial garden.

We’ve also got the more unusual stuff, like ranunculus, anemone, scilla, ixia, sparaxis….we even have Saffron crocus! The earlier you buy, the better the selection, so come check ’em out…..

'Ice Follies' daffodil





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