We have just reopened our business at
1829 NorthTustin Avenue
Santa Ana, CA 92705
After 40 years of serving Orange County at our Lake Forest location we have relocated to Santa Ana.
We have the best local selection of fruit trees, berries, herbs and other edibles. We have a good selection of annuals and perennials and also specialize in exceptional ornamentals.
Subscribe to our weekly Email newsletter (above right) to get information on products we are stocking as well as gardening information. We encourage you to contact us (see contact information at right) if you are requesting specific plants or products.
Many of you have inquired about local distributors for our potting soils and planting mix.
Gary's Best TOP POT potting soil
The only permanent potting soil that will not shrink or break down with time.
Gary's Best ACID MIX
The only permanent soil for acid loving plants is also outstanding for vegetables, annuals and perennials.
Please visit the two locations in Orange County that are currently stocking our soils.
380 North Tustin Street
Orange, California 92867
33413 San Juan Creek Road
San Juan Capistrano, California 92675
Gary's Gardening Class Schedule
We are now offering classes on Friday evenings at 6:15pm and repeated Saturday mornings at 9:15am.
Please join us for 60-90 minutes of gardening advice from local experts. The classes are free. We ask all attendees to park next door (1901 N. Tustin Ave.) at the medical clinic parking lot (handicap excepted) that we are allowed to use on Saturdays and evenings (after 5pm) only.
August 28, 29 GROWING AVOCADO & GUAVA
This class will cover the details about growing these trees along with the various cultivars and varieties.
September 4 no class (wedding)
September 5 SOIL-THE KEY TO GARDENING SUCCESS
In this, our most important class, Gary will explain how our philosophy of growing plants differs from you've been told before. We closely follow principles developed through agricultural soil research, but reject much of what horticultural experts promote. Gary will explain how soil works, how potting soils are different and what makes our soils so good.
September 11, 12 SOIL-THE KEY TO GARDENING SUCCESS
September 18, 19 WATER, FERTILIZER, MULCH, ROTATE
Once the soil is correct, these are the techniques that will determine long term success.
September 25, 26 PRUNE, HEDGE. STAKE
Now that your plants are growing out of control, Gary will explain the proper training techniques.
Laguna Hills Nursery, Inc.
1829 N. Tustin Avenue
Santa Ana, California 92705
Subscribe to our Weekly Newsletter
Enter you e-mail address at the top of this page and you will receive weekly updates on what's arriving at our store, future events as well as Gary's view on how local weather is affecting your garden, what pests and disease to be aware of, and what garden chores should be taken care of.
Local Farmers Markets
You may also visit us at the following farmers' markets. Markets can be canceled without warning if the manager determines the weather to be too windy or wet. At these markets we typically stock our potting soils, veggies, herbs, smaller fruit plants and whatever else our trucks can hold.
Every Wednesday 3pm-7pm
Old Capistrano Certified Farmers' Market
Historic Downtown San Juan Capistrano
Yorba Street between Camino Capistrano &
El Camino Real, 1 block south of the Mission
Every Thursday 11am-4pm
Downtown Anaheim Certified Farmers' Market and Craft Fair
Center Street Promenade (Lemon is the cross street)
parking structure is on Oak Street (north side)
Every Saturday 9am-1pm
SOCO Farmer's Market
South Coast Collections
3323 Hyland Avenue
Costa Mesa, California 92626
Every Saturday 9am-2pm
Old World Farmers Market
Old World Village
7561 Center Avenue
Huntington Beach, California 92647
Every Sunday 8am-12noon
Laguna Niguel Certified Farmers Market
Plaza De La Paz Shopping Center
27241 La Paz Road
Laguna Niguel, California 92677
(in front of CVS Pharmacy)
Every Sunday 10am-2pm
Farmers' Market at The Great Park
Orange County Great Park
6995 Marine Way
Irvine, California 92618
Exit 5 at Sand Canyon, turn south onto Marine Way and follow the signs