New Holiday Hours! Starting on "Black Friday," November 25th our Santa Rosa store will be staying open until 6:30pm!

Healdsburg store will still be closing at 5:00pm.

We will close at 3:00pm on Christmas Eve and reopen at 9:00am on January 2nd


Fall/Winter Store Hours and Contact Info:

Healdsburg Location Daily: 9am - 5:00pm 

    707-433-8904/email: prickettsnursery@att.net

     Address:12950 Old Redwood Hwy Healdsburg, CA 95448

Santa Rosa Location  Daily: 9am - 6:30pm
    707-539-3030/email: prickettsnurserysantarosa@prickettsnursery.com
     Address: 5875 Sonoma Hwy, Ste A Santa Rosa, CA 95409
          We Deliver!


Don't miss out! Sale prices good at both our Santa Rosa and Healdsburg Prickett's Nursery stores. Be sure to sign-up for our weekly E-Newsletter to stay updated...or be sure to check out our website often!


What's Growing on at Prickett's This Week!

 



 

Fall Bulbs
Now 30% Off!


There is still plenty of time to plant your spring blooming bulbs bringing wonderful colors and textures to your garden


 

Fall Décor

40% OFF!

We still have an abundance of Fall Decor for your Thanksgiving table.


Help us make room for all our incoming Christmas décor!


 



 

 



November Plant of the Month
Primrose

20% Off All Month!

 Perfect for adding bursts of color to the fall & winter garden and patio all winter long!

6 packs & 4" size

 



November Product of the Month

Liquid Copper & Horticultural Oils

20% Off All Month!



The end of November is going to be your first spray for dormant season! Don't forget to spray your peach trees for curl, pear trees for blight, & much more. Spray 3 times in the dormant season to control fungal diseases and get rid of over wintering pests.



 



Come and see

our new selection

of cyclamen colors and varieties!

 



A Prickett's Nursery gift card makes the perfect stocking stuffer!

 



New Statuary and Metal garden art has arrived at our Healdsburg location!


From buddhas & Hoi Toi to cats & bunnies we have a wonderful selection of cement statuary
Also added this week is new intricate stepping stones

 



You Can Never Have Enough Vegetables


Broccoli, Cauliflower, Cabbage, & much more available now!


Here are some useful basics to keep in mind.

All of your Fall veggies want as much sun as possible!
To start: mix in a quality compost into your existing soil every season. Our Paydirt and Bumper Crop are ideal. You will also want to use some compost to add a 2 to 4 inch mulch layer on your soil surface once your planting is done to conserve moisture and inhibit weed competition. A good starter fertilizer like our EB Stone Organic Sure Start is beneficial for all new plantings as it's high phosphorous content aids in root growth. A quality organic vegetable fertilizer should also be used as the season continues for maximum production. Read more about our current stock of vegetables...

 


Protecting Landscapes During a Drought



Droughts are part of our natural weather cycles. But when drought conditions persist for long periods of time, they impact plant health in a number of ways. Lack of water limits a plant’s ability to produce food and stressed plants release chemicals that attract pests. Excessive heat accelerates the reproduction time of pests. There are a number of strategies that can help protect plants during extensive drought conditions.

For more information, visit our External link opens in new tab or windowDrought Planting Guide with some tips from Our Water Our World

 



For more wonderful tips and info on Water Smart Gardening and more, see the following excellent resources

•Our Water Our World: External link opens in new tab or windowwww.ourwaterourworld.org Tips on gardening in a drought as well as solving Pest Problems with Less-Toxic Products while keeping your children, pets, and garden healthy.

•UC Statewide IPM: External link opens in new tab or windowwww.ipm.ucdavis.edu
Extensive information on managing pests and diseases that may affect drought-stressed plants.

•WaterSmart Gardening: External link opens in new tab or windowwww.watersmartgardening.com
Plant lists, visual tours of gardens, watering guides, and resources all organized by county.

•UC Davis Arboretum All Stars: External link opens in new tab or windowhttps://arboretum.ucdavis.edu/arboretum-all-stars
100 beautiful water wise plants recommended for California gardens and more.

 



 



55 or older & Veterans receive
10% off daily!
 (Excluding sale items, services & already discounted items.)