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Quercus is a design & build firm, specializing in California native plant based landscapes in the Southern Sierra, southern Central Valley and inland California.  We can design and install a unique climate-right garden that meets your goals. We can also create complete build/ready scaled site plans for DIY’ers, or we can project manage or provide advice and recommendations as an hourly consultation.  We grow many of our own plants, from California and from all over the world and, where necessary, work with growers state-wide to get the best plants for your project. We also provide superior maintenance service, specializing in California native and similar great gardens.

We can help with:

*Lawn removal/reduction
*lower maintenance

*low water use *irrigation design *irrigation repair
*pollinator gardens *restoration gardens *eco-habitat gardens
*new ideas for existing beds

*regular or one-time maintenance or custom schedule
*re-vegetation projects
*Problem-solving and maintenance questions

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Peyton’s  book is NOW available! You can BUY it at:

Read Peyton’s monthly gardening column in the Visalia Times Delta, the Porterville Recorder or on the Tulare & Kings Master Gardeners website.

 

EVENTS

 

Saturday, February 2, 2020

9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Springville Farmers Market, Hwy 190, downtown

Native Plants for sale, Garden Art, Fresh produce and more!

Saturday, February 8, 2020

12 noon

Lemon Marigold
Hummingbird Sage
White Sage

Visalia Home & Patio Springfest

VISALIA CONVENTION CENTER

303 E. Acequia Ave

Visalia, CA 93291

Peyton Ellas, owner of Quercus Landscape Design

“Fragrance in the California Garden” Seminar by Peyton Ellas.

“Let’s create an easy-care, low-water-use garden using California natives and plants from around the world that will support native pollinators and delight the senses year-round! We’ll touch, see and of course smell a variety of plants, including some little-known species and leave inspired and ready to garden!”

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