Your Independent Neighborhood Garden Nursery ~
Beautiful Plants & Inspired Designs since 1954
We will be CLOSED on Thursday, Dec. 17 for Tree Trimming, Friday, Dec. 25 for Christmas, and Friday, Jan. 1 for New Year's!
Dear Friends of Anderson's La Costa,

Happy Holidays!

Wishing you a wonderful, safe and cozy holiday season and a very happy new year. We love getting to be a part of your garden and helping to make your outdoor space a beautiful place to be. Thank you for all of your support during this most interesting year. We are grateful to be your local independent nursery.

Before 2020 is behind us for good, we invite you to take a stroll down the nursery aisles while we are still filled with the beauty of the season. Enjoy the popping color of poinsettias, the inviting aroma of lavender "trees" and evergreen wreaths, the uniquely flowering plants of early winter.

Please let us know if there is anything you are hoping to add to your garden before year's end - we will gladly look for you. We hope you can find the peace of the season and all that a fresh start to a new year can bring.

Warmest regards,

Marc, Mariah, Steven, Manny, Tandy, Jen, Tilly, 
Taylor, Paul, Josh, Jenna & Hanna


Beautiful Poinsettias
Wreaths & Garland
Paperwhites & Amaryllis Bulbs
Christmas Cactus
Lavender & Pine Mini-Trees

Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow...

Olive The Other Reindeer...

Holiday now on sale through the end of December or while supplies last!

This season we are also featuring...
Jamie Wynne Floral
Designer Holiday Wreaths*

Jamie Wynne Floral is a North County San Diego-based floral designer and concept stylist who embraces the strength of flowers and plant material to speak. She has worked alongside the San Diego Museum of Art, Whole Foods Market and several well known retail companies. Jamie's work is characterized by extraordinary attention to detail and constantly striving above and beyond the usual.
December Gardening Tips

December marks the beginning of our true winter here in Southern California. The days grow cooler and shorter, shadows are longer and plant growth comes to a near halt until sometime in February. Normally, December fulfills its winter role with cold and rain, although it can sometimes bring a dry, warm Santa Ana not unlike the one we had recently that makes you swear that August has returned! So, whenever the weather brings hot drying winds be prepared to hand-water your plants.

If you are too busy to give your garden much attention this month, you're in luck as most plants will do quite well with little help from you. If you prepared for winter in the fall, sit back, relax, and enjoy the holidays. If you still haven't finished your fall gardening tasks, don't worry...the fall planting window hasn't quite closed just yet.

If you can find the time, working in the garden this month is wonderful. The weather is cooler and when the soil dries a little following a hypothetical rain shower, it's perfect for digging. However, be careful not to go to work too quickly after a rain because working a wet soil can physically harm it. Grab a fistful and squeeze it lightly: if it crumbles when you loosen your grip it's just right; if it stays in a tight ball it's still too wet.

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Anderson's La Costa Nursery
400 La Costa Ave. Encinitas, CA 92024
Open 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. daily

We will be CLOSED on:
Thursday, Dec. 17 for Tree Trimming
Friday, December 25 for Christmas 
Friday, January 1 for New Year's

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