WHAT’S NEW IN THE GARDENS: FEBRUARY

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What’s New in the Gardens: February

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PLANTS:

Dahlia Tubers

 Enhance your garden with some striking Dahlias. These eye-catching beauties yield breathtaking blooms. Plant now to make a statement anywhere in your garden.

PLANTS:

Collector’s Succulents

Are you or someone you know a cactus and succulent aficionado? Come check our new rare Collector’s Succulent program.

Yuzu Lemons

With its unique citrus flavor and strong fragrance, the juice, rind and peel of this fruit has recently started making its way into kitchens and restaurants around the world and makes an excellent addition to sauces, seafood dishes and desserts. The oil of this fruit has also been traditionally used as an essential oil to keep skin smooth, increase circulation and boost immunity.

Early Rose Starters • 30% Off

Plant a unique & everlasting symbol of your love, this Valentine’s Day. We have the best blooms in Orange County.

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flowers

Japanese Maples

Roger’s Gardens has the best selection of Japanese Maples for Orange County. We have a variety of sizes, forms, and structures so you can grab one for any space in your yard.

Outdoor Patio Ficus

Ficus are no longer just for indoor décor. We have acclimated a wide of sizes ranging from small to large to put on your porch or shaded outdoor space.

ORIGINAL DESIGNS • OUTDOOR PLANTED CONTAINERS

Succulent Hanging Orbs

Elevate your outdoor garden or patio with Roger’s Gardens’ Succulent Hanging Orbs. Each one is hand-planted by our talented designers and add height and beautiful dimension to any garden. 

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Lemon Cypress Topiaries

Enhance your covered patio or porch with our Lemon Cypress Planted Containers.
Perfect for your home or as a gift, these Lemon Cypress Topiaries are bright, fragrant and refreshing. 

SOIL & FERTILIZERS:

Down to Earth Organic Fertilizers 

Specifically formulated for Roses, Citrus, Japanese Maples, and Succulents; Down to Earth fertilizers enhance soil fertility and stimulate plant growth in a sustainable and environmentally friendly way.

SEMINARS, EVENTS & WORKSHOPS:

Garden to Table

Garden-To-Table Seminar in February with Steve Hampson
February 8 @ 9:00 am10:00 am

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Heart Succulent Container Workshop with Catherine Smith
February 11 @ 5:00 pm6:00 pm |$100

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Living Vertical Wall Gardens Seminar with Tim Fiskin & David Bishop
February 15 @ 9:00 am10:00 am

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Nature Gardening Series • Learning from Nature how to Garden with Ron Vanderhoff
February 22 @ 9:00 am10:00 am

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Tomatomania!
February 28 @ 9:00 am 
through
March 8 @ 6:00 pm

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BLOGS:

February Gardening Checklist with Ron Vanderhoff

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Gardening

Monthly Gardening Checklist with Ron Vanderhoff

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VIDEOS:

Growing Citrus in Containers with Kathleen Nestell

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Building an Ornamental Edible Garden
with Sarah Smith

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SERVICES:

Garden Consultations

Buy Plants Online!

We now have specially curated plants for sale to create your own themed garden.
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Off the Beaten Path | RG’s Unique Plant Finds

Plant Care Tips

Need some quick help? Have a look at our plant care tips.
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Soil Recipes

Containers

Old & New Soil – Lasagna Method Layering

STEP ONE

Biology – Choose one this crop season

  • John and Bob’s Maximize – Use 1 to 11/2  cup per plant, once a crop
  • Worm Gro (Worm Casting) – Add 1/4 cup and layer over entire surface
  • Malibu Compost – Add a one inch layer over entire surface

STEP TWO

Soil Conditioner

  • John and Bob’s OPTimize – A palm full per plant, once this season.

STEP THREE

Fertilizer

  • John and Bob’s Nourish Bio SoIl – add 1 to 11/2 cups per plant, once this crop season
  • Jong’s Grow Better – Add 1 to 11/2 cups per plant, every month.
  • Down To Earth (All Purpose) – Add 1 to 11/2 cups per plant, every month

STEP FOUR

Top Cover – Choose one this crop season

  • Roger’s Gardens Premium Planting Mix
  • Garden and Bloom Planting Mix
  • Garden and Bloom Harvest Supreme

New Soil Tips

  • Add potting soil 60% to the top of container.
  • Add the first three amendments. (No need to mix)
  • Add remaining soil to fill container to about an inch below the lip.

Old Soil Tips

  • Remove old plant or plants
  • Add the first three amendments (No need to mix)
  • Add potting soil to fill soil level to one inch below the lip of the container.

Containers

Old & New Soil – Lasagna Method Layering

STEP ONE

Biology – Choose one this crop season

  • John and Bob’s Maximize – Use 1 to 11/2  cup per plant, once a crop
  • Worm Gro (Worm Casting) – Add 1/4 cup and layer over entire surface
  • Malibu Compost – Add a one inch layer over entire surface

STEP TWO

Soil Conditioner

  • John and Bob’s OPTimize – A palm full per plant, once this season.

STEP THREE

Fertilizer

  • John and Bob’s Nourish Bio SoIl – add 1 to 11/2 cups per plant, once this crop season
  • Jong’s Grow Better – Add 1 to 11/2 cups per plant, every month.
  • Down To Earth (All Purpose) – Add 1 to 11/2 cups per plant, every month

STEP FOUR

Top Cover – Choose one this crop season

  • Roger’s Gardens Premium Planting Mix
  • Garden and Bloom Planting Mix
  • Garden and Bloom Harvest Supreme

New Soil Tips

  • Add potting soil 60% to the top of container.
  • Add the first three amendments. (No need to mix)
  • Add remaining soil to fill container to about an inch below the lip.

Old Soil Tips

  • Remove old plant or plants
  • Add the first three amendments (No need to mix)
  • Add potting soil to fill soil level to one inch below the lip of the container.