Pacific Horticulture Society | Arctostaphylos for Pacific Northwest Gardens
We have been cultivating a wide variety of shrubby manzanitas at our nursery in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, and have been delighted to see them capture the imagination of Northwest gardeners. Once thought of as finicky in our region, it turns out that many, including those native to California, are ideally adapted to our naturally dry summers, and are surprisingly tolerant of winter cold as well....
MycoApply Mycorrhizal Inoculant Endo/Ecto
MycoApply® Endo/Ecto is a granular mycorrhizal inoculum consisting of 4 species of endomycorrhizal fungi and 7 species of ectomycorrhizal fungi. MycoApply® Ultrafine Endo/Ecto is a suspendable powder mycorrhizal inoculum consisting of 4 species of endomycorrhizal fungi and 7 species of ectomycorrhizal fungi. About 95% of the world’s plant species form symbiotic relationships with at least one of these types of symbiotic soil fungus. These beneficial fungi greatly increase the effective…
Be Inspired: Highlights from the 2019 native garden tours - California Native Plant Society
CNPS chapters each spring to host dozens of garden tours up and down the state. Thousands of Californians are able to tour real native gardens thanks to the generous hosts.
California native plants require different pruning methods than other plant types in order to keep them thriving in their natural habitat. Discover the best ways to prune your California native plants, including salvia, cedros island verbana, and verbena lilacina de la mina.
MycoApply® Endo/Ecto - Mycorrhizal Applications | Leaders in the Production of Mycorrhizal Fungi
Mycorrhizal Applications is the industry leader in the research and development of commercial mycorrhizal fungi soil inoculants designed for all industries involving soils, plants, and people. Experts in the production of endomycorrhizae and ectomycorrhizae.