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Ceanothus 'Dark Star'

New location opening January 2, 2013

Yerba Buena Nursery
12511 San Mateo Rd (Hwy  92)
Half Moon Bay, CA 94019

(650) 851-1668

Winter Hours:

Tues-Sat 9-5, Sunday 12-4,
Closed Mondays[/sidebar]

I have a huge heart for the good folks doing the heavy lifting at local independent nurseries—especially at this time of the year which is euphemistically referred to in the trade as the “slow season.” For 15 years, my life followed those rhythms; 13 of those as the owner/operator of a small specialty nursery in Seattle. Boom and bust is a heady, if somewhat exhausting, way to navigate the calendar year after year. So when we heard about Yerba Buena Nursery moving from their historic Skyline location “down the hill” into Half Moon Bay, here at Pacific Horticulture, we thought we’d help them get the word out.

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