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Not the same old foggy thing at King Island Growers.

Growing Grounds | Pacific Nurseries
Located in Stockton, California, the King Island Growing Grounds is the large tree and shrub growing facility for Pacific Nurseries.

Here, we have a very large variety of tree and shrub specimens that do well in the warm Summer weather of the Central Valley.

For those of you who have never been to this part of California, the climate is dramatically different than the frequent fog and marine air that is prevalent at our coastal Colma Growing Grounds.

Options from the central valley

So if you’re looking for a special specimen or plant size that we don’t have in Colma, chances are we just might have it on hand in Stockton at our King Island facility.

And if don’t have it there, more than likely, one of our suppliers in our plant grower network will. Just ask one of our Customer Service Representatives and we can check on availability and pricing for any plant and size that your project requires.

Attractive specimens everywhere

A few of these images below show some of the wide selection of specimens that we have on hand. We have acres and acres more to choose from.

Acer palmatum 'Inabe Shidare'

Common name | Japanese maple ‘Inaba-shidare’
Acer palmatum, ‘Inabe Shidare’ | Pacific Nurseries
Acer palmatum, ‘Inabe Shidare’ | Pacific Nurseries
Acer palmatum, commonly called Japanese Maple, is a deciduous shrub or small tree that typically grows to 10-25′ tall. It’s native to Japan, Korea, and China. Small reddish-purple flowers in umbels bloom in spring followed by winged samaras in pairs which ripen in September-October. Fall color includes an often spectacular combination of shades of yellow, red, purple, and bronze.

Ginko biloba ‘Saratoga’

Common name | Maidenhair tree
Ginko biloba ‘Saratoga’ | Pacific Nurserie
Ginko biloba ‘Saratoga’ | Pacific Nurseries
Ginko biloba ‘Saratoga’ is a tall, hardy tree native to eastern China. The medium-sized, fruitless maidenhair tree, ‘Saratoga’, is distinguished by its dense branching and upright, rounded crown. In fall, its yellow-green, fan-shaped leaves turn bright yellow. And in winter its stark, deeply furrowed, grayish tanbark and knobby branches add additional landscape interest. Ginkgo is best grown in full to partial sun. It will thrive in most well-drained soils but grows best in acid to neutral soil that’s evenly moist and fertile.

Want to know more about trees?

If you want to discuss your tree requirements, feel free to contact any of our experts at Pacific Nurseries.

As both a grower and a plant broker, we’re ready to work with you to provide just the right plants that will make your project a beautiful success. It’s one of the many qualities that makes us different from just an ordinary nursery.

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