| Four Wind Growers - http://fourwindsgrowers.com |
Dwarf Citrus from Four Winds Growers: We produce smaller trees with delicious, full-sized fruit for your garden.
60 years ago, our visionary founder, Floyd Dillon had you in mind when he began propagating and growing quality Dwarf Citrus Trees. He thought the gardening world needed far more choices than just the little Calamondin (Kalamansi/miniature orange) available from Florida.
Through the years, our four generation, family-owned nursery continues the tradition. We now grow over 250,000 quality Dwarf Citrus Trees for containers and home gardens each year. The joy of citrus growing appears to be not only hereditary, but also - [Read more]
| Hines Horticulture - http://www.hineshorticulture.com |
Hines commercial nursery facilities span over 4000+ acres, and are strategically located throughout the United States including Arizona, California, Texas and Oregon.
Hines Horticulture leverages each location's area of specializations including automated plug production, state-of-the-art propagation houses, climate controlled greenhouses, specialized plug/liner production and in-ground production to provide our customers the broadest assortment of plant material all from one grower.
Located 35 miles west of Sacramento, Hines Winters is one of the largest and state of the art growing facilities in the United States. With an excess - [Read more]
| Monrovia Nursery Co - http://www.monrovianursery.com |
Monrovia is a world leader in ornamental plants. We produce more than 2,200 varieties of perennials, conifers, woody ornamentals, shrubs, trees, citrus, camellias, rhododendrons, vines, ferns, grasses and topiaries. For 81 years, we have focused on growing Distinctively Better®plants. Better soil mixes, better irrigation systems, better propagating, pruning and planting equipment and better expertise about plant varieties. Human hands touch every one of the 22 million plants we produce each year. The result...Monrovia plants will not only survive, they will thrive in home gardens.
Monrovia Growers Visalia recently became the first - [Read more]