Our Flowering Trees are in and Looking Beautiful

Written by David S. Our flowering trees are looking beautiful, and now is the time to get your flowering peaches, flowering cherries, and those beautiful crabapples and more. Green Thumb Nurseries offer a range of flowering trees from fruit-bearing to ornamentals. Talk to our experts about planting landscaping that provides year-round color or small-plot orchards that […]

Break of Frost Period – Veggies are Here

Written by David S. Many gardeners are familiar with plant hardiness zones and part of those zones include another set of zones that include the average last frost date for a geographic region. Around Southern California the average last frost date zones range from zones 1-5 – sometimes sone six too. These zones are different from […]

Growing a Houseplant Garden Can Help You Feel Grounded

Written by Alicia R. It is natural to long for time in the company of greenery. People who don’t have yards or much time to spend outdoors are increasingly turning to indoor gardening to satisfy a need to nurture and feel grounded. Many indoor green thumbs are part of the Millennial Generation roughly defined as being born […]

Chicken Sliders

Ingredients: 2 (12.5 oz) cans chunk chicken breast, drained 2 celery ribs, diced 1/2 cup dried cranberries 1/4 cup pecans, toasted and chopped 3/4 cup mayonnaise 2 tbsp honey Salt and pepper to taste 24 Slider buns Bibb lettuce Preparation: Combine chicken breast, celery, cranberries and pecans. Whisk together mayonnaise, honey, salt and pepper. Add […]

2019 Gardening Trends

Written by Richard Flowers, ACCNP-Green Thumb Nursery-Ventura Today, I want to provide you insight on popular trends in the gardening world that I have taken notice of over the past several years. Gardeners and people alike are shifting their interests to more eco-friendly and natural /organic life styles. They are using more organic based fertilizers, improving […]