Welcome to the Front Yard Nursery! Located in Placerville, Ca, we are the largest nursery in El Dorado County featuring
drought-tolerant, native, and unique plants and trees as well as solutions for pests & problems and an array of organic products.


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What's on sale
What's New
Soil Building Conditioner
Bareroot Fruit Trees

Sale ends 1/31/18



Come in any day it is raining, between December 1st and February 15, and receive 15% discount on all items except Irrigation, Net(Non-discountable) Items, Special Orders, and items already on sale!

Happy New Year!

Bare Root Fruit Trees are in! Come see them and pick out yours today!

To Do in Your Garden
Seminars & Classes
Product of the Month
in January
FREE Seminars & Events
Dormant Spray
  • Move living Christmas Trees outdoors. Move from house to patio to planting site gradually, allowing them to re-acclimate to the cold.        

  • Plant Bare-root Trees. Amend the soil before planting and add starter fertilizer or bone meal.

  • Plant winter annuals - pansies, violas, ornamental kale, etc. 

  • Protect tender plants with Frost Blanket (Remay)

  • Prune fruit trees. See seminar dates >

  • Do Not prune Spring blooming ( Lilacs, Hydrangeas, etc) until after they bloom. 

See more to do in your
garden in the Winter.


Jan 13 & 15, 20 & 22, Feb 3 & 5:
Fruit Tree Pruning and Care Clinic
10:00am on both Saturdays and Mondays (rain or shine). Roses will be covered at the February date


The best time to spray fruit trees with a preventative dormant oil is in late winter or early spring. This effort helps to protect trees from overwintering pests, larvae and eggs, which improves success with controlling pests during the growing season. For Peach Leaf curl, spray Liquicop Thanksgiving and Martin Luther King Day, and just before bud break.


Nursery Hours: 9:00-5:00 Daily

Front Yard Nursery, Inc.
5801 Mother Lode Drive, Placerville, CA 95667
(530) 626-3494

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