Need to block a neighbor's view into your yard or create a colorful border barrier?
Create colorful instant privacy with plants and vines on trellises.
Our plants on large trellises are a super easy way to block a view and create privacy in your yard. We stock a good assortment of Bougainvillea (at right), Potato Vine, Cape Honeysuckle, Privet and many others on large trellises ready to be put into place to block a view.
Ask one of our Garden Design Experts for assistance.
Create a lush and beautiful indoor area with house plants. Our large selection includes small tabletop sizes all the way up to tall tree sizes. Indoor plants also can help purify the air you breathe. Ask us which plants will help eliminate harmful pollutants. We can also help you find a great container for your new houseplant.
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Watch butterflies flit about in your garden this summer when you plant the plants they enjoy! Our Garden Design Experts can help you find just the right butterfly-friendly plants for your garden. Many of these plants can be planted in containers so you can enjoy butterflies and birds on your deck or patio.
At the Marina del Rey Garden Center, we take special pride in offering the only plant that Monarch Butterflies need to sustain their lifecycle: Milkweed. We've partnered with select growers to help the Monarch population by having Milkweed available year-round. Right now, we have a huge selection of Milkweed in bloom in different sizes so you can help support Monarchs.
The photo at left was taken at the garden center. A Monarch Butterfly feasts on Milkweed.
Professional Beekeeper Susan Rudnicki recently visited the garden center to give a free talk about bees, nature's hardest workers. Bees pollinate our food chain and there are ways we can help them continue to do their vital work. Rudnicki highlighted plants bees love so you can plant them to help bees survive and thrive. Ask one of our Garden Design Experts for help finding the plants bees love.
Photo (left to right): Patches, Susan Rudnicki and MDRGC General Manager Cathy Hough