A certified Bay Area Green Business and a peddler of greenery, Fuji Garden Center raises a wide variety of rare plants, exotic trees, and flowering delights in its expansive nursery. Floras running the gamut of Santa Barbara daisies ($6.50/1 gal. pot) to ornate Crimson Queen trees ($38.50) convert sunlight into energy and dirt patches into alluring gnome traps. Planting compost ($25/yd.) sets out a buffet table for hungry plants, inviting Tuscan Blue rosemary ($18/5 gal. pot) and lotus flowers ($6.75/1 gal. pot) to the feast. Garden keepers can also treat foliage to premium potting soil ($45/yd.), nutrient-packed to fuel any plant's extreme-sport-centered lifestyle.
Santa Cruz Hydroponics & Organics is a fully stocked indoor/outdoor retail gardening store, with a huge inventory and the friendliest, most knowledgeable staff in California.
For more than three decades, ABC Tree Farms have provided the Bay Area with seasonal fun October through December. Summer inspires the first round of recreation in the form of Summer Fun Zones packed with inflatable bounce houses masquerading as castles and slides and fresh harvests of local cherries, peaches, melons, and other fruits. During October, they run 20 pumpkin-themed locations, some of which also feature inflatable bounce houses and other attractions. Once Thanksgiving passes, groves of Christmas trees spring up, having made their way south from Oregon and Washington. There they will stand until Christmas Eve, hoping to decorate homes or become the model that inspires a revamped line of evergreen air fresheners.
Since 1962, locals have stopped by Citti's Florist to procure fresh bundles of vibrant blooms for special events and everyday serotonin infusions. Crowned with the title of Best Florist over ten years by the San Jose Mercury News, the flower shop continues its decades-long tradition of friendly service in three fragrant shops. At each location, staffers transform seasonal stems into vivid bouquets, centerpieces, and wreaths. Both in-store shopping and delivery are available, including same-day local delivery services.
With vibrant floral bouquets and thoughtful gift baskets, Rosie's & Posie's helps convey affection, well wishes, or just a general love of spring. Roses, lilies, daisies, and other blooms burst out of decorative vases in balloon-strewn arrangements, and stuffed animals can herald occasions from weddings to birthdays or deliver get-well and thank-you messages. The florist also stocks living plants, such as orchids and bromeliads, to serve as enduring gifts and the perfect place to hide small birthday presents in plain sight.
Bloomers Flowers designs and delivers elegant floral arrangements artfully assembled to capture seasonal colors and commemorate all kinds of special occasions. Bestow a birthday girl with a fragrant medley of light-pink roses, white Asiatic lilies, and cushion-spray chrysanthemums ($40-$60), cradled in a stylish glass vase, which can be reused or converted into a handy storage container for oxygen, or choose from a colorful collection of seasonal winter bouquets, painstakingly pruned by Bloomers’ clipper-wielding crew of floral fashionistas ($40-$87.95). Flowers can be delivered throughout greater San Jose, which means you can order a fresh anniversary bouquet to help make up for last year's last-minute bouquet of dried spaghetti.
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Full service retail flower shop,delivery service between Woodside road, Redwood City and Hwy 85, master floral designer, great selection of cutflowers, orchids and plants, all style arrangements,
flowers for wedding, events and corporate accounts.
Regan Nursery is a full-service garden center that boasts a massive selection of roses alongside a wide variety of other plants such as hydrangeas, trees, water plants, fruits, vegetables, and more. Though science has already proven that violets are not blue (they're violet), Regan's more than 1,000 featured rose varieties (starting at $32.99) finally lay to rest the theory that all roses are red. The roses featured in the nursery literally take on a life of their own; they can spring up to greet you with an Aloha, glisten in the late afternoon like an Amber Sunblaze, or strike vivid flashbacks of that one April in Paris when you saw that guy do that thing.
Classes are held Monday—Friday at 3 p.m., 4:30 p.m., and 6 p.m.; Saturday at 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., noon, 1:30 p.m., and 3 p.m; and Sunday at 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., and 3 p.m.
Flower Addict specializes in decking halls with fragrant flora and blossoming sunshine. In the spirit of a true neighborhood flower shop, the personable florists treat customers with the same care and attention a mother plant gives to a tender baby bulb. They'll lend artistic direction and advice to customers looking to craft an adorable arrangement for themselves or an admired someone. Add a splash of color to the black and gray backdrop of Easter, or make April 21's Administrative Professionals Day a perennial favorite with a variety of the shop's inspired ideas. A professional eye inspects the quality and beauty of every earth-blossom that goes into each delicate display.
Sprawled across 40 acres of coastal foothills flanked by majestic redwood trees, Yerba Buena Nursery’s prismatic fields brim with more than 600 species of flora native to California. Plants such as ferns, perennials, shrubs, and grasses dapple both the alfresco landscape and multiple greenhouses sprinkled throughout the grounds. Elsewhere on the lush acreage, mature plant specimens and natural wildlife line the paths crisscrossing a 2.5-acre demonstration garden, and an idyllic farmhouse dating back to 1905 shelters visitors for classes, events, and traditional tea services. The resident staff of gardening enthusiasts curates a seasonal stash of greenery for sale and can help to enhance patrons’ own yards or ant farms with astute, on-location garden consultations.
One of the oldest businesses in the community, Redwood City Nursery's expert staff digs through an assortment of flowers, trees, fertilizers, grasses, and gardening supplies. Most of its full-time employees have more than 20 years of nursery experience, lending thoughtful guidance on how to quickly spruce up a garden with colorful annuals or the most tactful way to let prickly pine branches know that they’re shedding. Pick up a six-pack of annuals ($3.05) to fill flower beds that have been empty since the youngest Cabbage Patch Kid left for college, or spice up dinners with a healthy selection of herbs and vegetables. Cantankerous cacti can be placed in a customer-selected container by request, and birdhouses and bird feeders attract welcome feathered friends, as opposed to unwelcome feathered friends like Darrell.
Abercrombie Flowers & Gifts possesses the flower power needed to spark a smile on Mother's Day, Valentine's Day, or any other day throughout the year. The family-owned shop's prompt, keen-eyed staff transforms fresh inventory into artfully designed arrangements, brandishing shears for seasonal collections and events ranging from birthdays and funerals to weddings and proms. For local customers, same-day delivery service is available, and for customers across the country, the shop fulfills orders through its dependable network of florists and messenger bumblebees.
Since 1982, three generations of a Santa Cruz farming family have opened the farm’s gates between Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve to equip fellow community members with bountiful white and douglas firs for the holiday season. Families walk the fields to pick out their perfect tree and browse the selection of fresh wreaths and local honey, after which they set up a brought lunch at one of the picnic tables and enjoy the view.