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Happy New Year!!

For many the New Year is a time for reflection, rebirth and growth. For Mother Nature, the New Year is a time of rest and hibernation, a time to slow down and conserve energy for the spring season. At Weidner’s we also slow down after the busy Poinsettia season and...

Fall is Here

“Pulling up twisted tomato vines-long autumn shadows. Chimney smoke rises from house after house-hazy autumn foothills. Warm sweater cozy sock cap-late October In the dimming days-suddenly Chrysanthemumsopen my dry eyes.”-Haiku by Mike Garofalo As much as we SoCal...

Meet Oliver and Kalim

So many of our customers have been coming to Weidner’s for decades and love to share stories of times past. Our matriarch, Evelyn Weidner, is a highly respected and beloved fixture in the Southern California agricultural industry. She built Weidner’s Gardens with her...

New Greenhouse Project

If you've been to Weidner's Gardens lately you will notice we are tearing down some of our old wood greenhouses. These are the last three original greenhouses originally built by Bob and Evelyn Weidner. When Bob and Evelyn bought the property in 1971 it was a clean...

July Gardening Tips

Wow, can you believe it's July already! July is the month where we celebrate independence and freedom. July is the time for backyards bbq and pool parties and epic summer playlists. July is the embodiment of summer fun. Of course, the 4th of July is a massive occasion...

It’s June and we are ready for summer!

For many, summer means days at the beach or vacations to fun destinations. For gardeners, Summer is when we really enjoy the fruits of our labor (some fruits more than others lol). Longer days and more sunshine mean growth and vibrancy in the garden. Summer is also a...

Dig Your Own Begonia

Wow, hard to believe it’s May already! Did you know that May is named after the Roman Goddess Maia who is celebrated as the goddess of spring, growth and fertility? Because she embodied growth, her constellation was used by Roman farmers to determine the timing of...

Begonias

Even though Spring Equinox is in March, April is the month that really feels like Spring for many of us. April brings us the Easter holiday and for many a much needed Spring Break. April is also full of fun days for the gardening community… Earth Day on April 22nd is...

Air-Purifying Plants

Brighten your indoor space and filter your air! Air-purifying plants are easy to maintain, increase oxygen and clear out toxins, such as formaldehyde, while adding beauty and peace to your space. Below is a list of air-purifying plants we carry here at Weidners!...

Thank You!

It’s been almost a year since COVID interrupted our lives. The impact on many has been difficult and even devastating. To those who lost loved ones, our hearts go out to you. It has been a year of learning many new things, for some how to survive and thrive without...

Happy New Year!!

For many the New Year is a time for reflection, rebirth and growth. For Mother Nature, the New Year is a time of rest and hibernation, a time to slow down and conserve energy for the spring season. At Weidner’s we also slow down after the busy Poinsettia season and...

Fall is Here

“Pulling up twisted tomato vines-long autumn shadows. Chimney smoke rises from house after house-hazy autumn foothills. Warm sweater cozy sock cap-late October In the dimming days-suddenly Chrysanthemumsopen my dry eyes.”-Haiku by Mike Garofalo As much as we SoCal...

New Greenhouse Project

If you've been to Weidner's Gardens lately you will notice we are tearing down some of our old wood greenhouses. These are the last three original greenhouses originally built by Bob and Evelyn Weidner. When Bob and Evelyn bought the property in 1971 it was a clean...

July Gardening Tips

Wow, can you believe it's July already! July is the month where we celebrate independence and freedom. July is the time for backyards bbq and pool parties and epic summer playlists. July is the embodiment of summer fun. Of course, the 4th of July is a massive occasion...

It’s June and we are ready for summer!

For many, summer means days at the beach or vacations to fun destinations. For gardeners, Summer is when we really enjoy the fruits of our labor (some fruits more than others lol). Longer days and more sunshine mean growth and vibrancy in the garden. Summer is also a...

Dig Your Own Begonia

Wow, hard to believe it’s May already! Did you know that May is named after the Roman Goddess Maia who is celebrated as the goddess of spring, growth and fertility?

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