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SunshineGrowers Nursery
#FamilyWholesaleNurseries, #SellsQualityPlantMaterials, #PlantMaterialsPublic
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Sunshine Growers produce wholesale annual color and potted vegetables for the retail market. They have location in west Lakeland and Ft. Meade, Polk County. Check out their color and quality! #VirtualGardenCenterTour #VirtualNurseryTour #SunshineGrowerNursery http://sunshinegrowersnursery.com/virtual-garden-center-tour/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8w2cg0TDMk&feature=autoshare

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Sunshine Growers is a family of wholesale nurseries that sells Quality Plant Material to the Public.. Phone: 909-923-7277 - Toll Free: 866-823-7277 - Fax: 909-923-7796 #VirtualGardenCenterTour #VirtualNurseryTour

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Sunshine Growers is a family of wholesale nurseries that salls Quality Plant Material to the Public #FamilyWholesaleNurseries,
#SellsQualityPlantMaterials, #PlantMaterialsPublic, #BoxedTrees
#FruitTrees, #PineTrees, #PalmTrees, #PatioTrees, #BulkMeterials

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http://sunshinegrowersnursery.com/bulk-materials-available-pickup-and-delivery-5-yard-minimum/ Arizona River Rock, Calif. Pebble, Gold Rock, Pink Rock, Wine Country, Check out Pg. Deco-Bark, Mini-Mulch, Sunset Red Mulch, Cedar Mulch Select from a variety of bulk growing materials such as topsoil and compost for your gardening needs. We have bulk materials available 1/2yd. (13.5 cu.ft) or 1 yd. (27cu.ft.).

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http://sunshinegrowersnursery.com/store-hour/ ONTARIO
13130 S. Milliken / Hamner Ave. Ontario, CA 91761
909-923-7277
Fax 909-923-7796
STORE HOURS
SPRING / SUMMER HOURS
Monday–Saturday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

WINTER HOURS
1st Sunday of March to
3rd Sunday of November
Monday–Saturday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed Sundays

TOLL FREE 866-923-7277

CORONA

1508 Taber Street Corona, CA 92881
951-736-6000
Fax 951-736-6655
STORE HOURS

SPRING / SUMMER HOURS

Monday-Saturday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
OPEN ALL YEAR

WINTER HOURS
Monday-Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


YUCAIPA

34017 Yucaipa Blvd. Yucaipa, CA 92399
909-797-9210
Fax 909-790-3421
STORE HOURS

SPRING / SUMMER HOURS

Monday-Saturday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
OPEN ALL YEAR

WINTER HOURS
Monday-Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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http://sunshinegrowersnursery.com/contact-us/ Phone: 909-923-7277
Toll Free: 866-823-7277
Fax: 909-923-7796

Fill out the form below and let us know about your gardening and landscaping needs. We will get back to you as soon as we can. Remember that we cannot contact you if you do not provide us with a phone number, e-mail, or street address.

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http://sunshinegrowersnursery.com/planting-tips/ #PlantsForWindProneAreas

#InSouthernCalifornia there are Many areas that are known for Gusty afternoon winds and Heavy On the Santa Ana’s. With that in mind the following list of plants are known to be durable in windy areas and can withstand the hot dry winds we sometimes get…


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http://sunshinegrowersnursery.com/garden-tips/ June

Majesty-Palm June

Plant Heat Loving Tropicals and Palms and warm season Annuals/Perennials.
Drought tolerant and Native plants need only deep infrequent watering now through fall. Every 10- 14 days.
Continue Dead-Heading flowers to promote more blooms and for a tidier look.
Cut back overgrown Perennials to promote another round of blooms and clean up messy looking areas.
Lawn: Water Regularly (Temps above 90 degrees daily)
Mow @ 3”. Rake once a month Fertilize every 6 weeks.
Avoid fertilizing during Warmer spells.
MULCH: Your plants are crying for it.
2” to 3” layer of mulch can protect the roots of your plants.



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http://sunshinegrowersnursery.com/tips-on-planting-native/ Prepare garden beds for your native plants in fall. Select sunny places in your yard and mark off beds by pounding a wooden, plastic or metal stake at each corner and then tying string to form a rectangle. Make beds at least 2 feet wide by 4 or 6 feet long. Pull all weeds and unwanted plants from the bed area. Spread a 2- to 3-inch layer of any type of organic compost and other organic materials, such as peat moss, on top of the soil in your bed areas. Turn it under to a depth of 8 to 12 inches and then water the area with a sprinkler for 20 minutes or longer. Broadcast seeds of many native species in fall. Follow seed packet instructions for correct planting depths, distances apart and other particulars regarding each type of seed. Water well for 15 to 20 minutes. Dig planting holes for bedding plants that are large enough to accommodate the roots of each plant. Leave sufficient space between plants, based on their mature size. Then, set the native bedding plants into their planting holes and cover them with the soil/compost mixture. Water well for 15 to 20 minutes. Spread a 2- to 3-inch layer of compost or other organic material on the ground around your plants to serve as a mulch to help keep the soil warm and moist and keep weeds away. Control snails and slugs by scattering iron phosphate granules or diatomaceous earth on the soil around your new plants and sprouting seeds. If aphids or other insects attack your plants, spray them with insecticidal soap every other day until all signs of the insects are gone.
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