Links

All the following nurseries, and, irrigation and landscape-materials suppliers, have been important for my business, especially Walter Andersen Nursery, where I worked for 12 years and has been a major part of my experience and development, and ongoing business.

Walter Andersen Nursery - http://www.walterandersen.com - San Diego, Poway

Plant Nurseries:

Anderson's La Costa Nursery  -  http://www.andersonslacostanursery.com   -  north Leucadia
Armstrong Nurseries  - 
http://armstronggarden.com  -  Baypark, Mission Gorge, El Cajon, Solana Beach

Buena Creek Gardens - www.buenacreekgardens.com/index.html - northeast San Marcos
City Farmer's Nursery - http://www.cityfarmersnursery.com  -  Home Ave/ Euclid, east of downtown a few miles    

Clausen Fruit Nursery - http://www.clausennursery.com - in north Vista                                                           
Evergreen Nursery -
http://www.evergreennursery.com

Exotica Fruit Nursery - in north Vista (760) 724 - 9093  

Green Gardens Nursery - http://www.sdgreengardens.com  -  Pacific Beach

Grigsby Cactus Garden - cactus-mall.com/grigsby/  - Vista
Hunter's Nursery -
Lemon Grove - (619) 463-9341
Kniffings Nursery -
http://www.kniffingsnurseries.com  -  Lakeside
Miramar Wholesale Nurseries  -  http://www.miramarnurseries.com   -  Miramar
Mission Hills Nursery  - 
http://www.missionhillsnursery.com    -   Mission Hills                                                  

Moosa Creek Nursery - http://www.moosacreeknursery.com   -  Valley Center   
Rancho Valhalla Nursery  -  
East Helix/South El Cajon/Valhalla - (619) 590-1025
Recon(Regional Conservation / Regional Environmental Consultants) Native Plants Nursery –
http://www.reconnativeplants.com  -  SE Imperial Beach                       

Terra Bella Nursery - http://www.terrabellanursery.com   -  South Bay near Imperial Beach                  

Tree of Life Nursery - California regional native plants  -  http://www.californianativeplants.com - E. San Juan Capistrano                                                                                      

Village Nurseries   -  http://www.villagenurseries.com   -  University City/Miramar                                  

Walter Andersen Nursery - www.walterandersen.com - San Diego, Poway        

Waterwise Botanicals - www.waterwisebotanicals.com - east Bonsall, west side of 15 freeway

 

Irrigation Suppliers:

Ewing Irrigation Supplies  -  http://www.ewing1.com   -  Kearny Mesa, El Cajon, Chula Vista

Imperial Sprinkler Supply - www.imperialsprinklersupply.com - Kearny Mesa, Escondido, Lakeside, Chula Vista

Site One Hydroscape Irrigation Supplies  -  http://www.hydroscape.com  -  Kearny Mesa, Escondido, El Cajon, Chula Vista

 

Bulk Flagstone, Rock, Boulder, Mulch Suppliers:

Bedrock Boulders & Landscape Products - www.bedrockboulders.net - S. El Cajon/Valhalla

KRC Rock - www.krcrock.com - Lakeside, Poway, San Marcos

Lamps Landscape Materials - S. El Cajon/Valhalla  -  (619) 441-7625 

RCP Block and Brick - www.rcpblock.com - Lemon Grove, Santee, Chula Vista, Encinitas, Escondido, Murrieta

Southwest Boulder & Stone - www.southwestboulder.com - Pacific Beach, Fallbrook, Indio, Cathedral City

 

Clippers:

For basic hand clippers(secateurs) and loppers, I'm happy with Corona brand because they're strong, simple, and reliable, and I get them at Walter Andersen Nursery: 

http://www.coronaclipper.com    I particularly recommend the forged 3/4" basic hand secateur, and the 26" Orchard Lopper.


Hand Saws:

For hand saws that I use for pruning, I prefer Silky Saws because of their cutting quality and design, and they come with sheaths:

http://www.silkystore.com     http://www.silkysaws.com     

My two favorite models are the Sugoi 360, and the Ibuki 390, both suitable for cutting up to around eight to ten inch diameters.  Silky has a vast array of saw models and sizes to choose from for a variety of uses including pole saws with up to 21' extension, root pruning saws, and various artisanal carpentry saws.  They have dozens of saw models to choose from for the variety of uses.

On a related note, Sawz-Alls, which are electric, with a cord usually, and with blades being sharp, are easier maintenance than chainsaws, though about 3 to 4 times slower cutting, yet make quick work of shrub and small tree demolition, up to about one-foot trunk and limb diameters.

 

Hauling and Recycling:

Andres Demolition and Hauling, skidsteer/bobcat services:  619 298 3636     -   Fully equipped and efficient, have him scrape out your lawn, vegetation, and all other construction materials and concrete, to haul away in his huge heavy duty trailer.

 

Member of the following organizations:

California Native Plant Society  -  http://www.cnps.org
California Rare Fruit Growers - http://www.crfg.org
California Urban Forests Council - http://www.caufc.org
International Society of Arboriculture - http://www.isa-arbor.com

Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden - http://www.rsabg.com

San Diego Horticultural Society - http://www.sdhortsoc.org

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