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 We're excited that so many customers have taken advantage of the availability of our native milkweed species. We've had reports from many of our customers (thanks for the pictures too!) of the successful hatching of monarch caterpillars. We can all do our part to increase habitat for this species. If you didn't see our Monarch Super Larvae movie yet please check it out. A sequel will be premiering in a few weeks!  Thank you Teresa Everett -sure to be nominated at the next Oscar awards! Now that the larvae have hatched don't forget the nectar plants to keep those butterflies fed. Our Plant of the Month (see below) will help with that!


Please note that the nursery will be closed this Friday, July 4th. We will reopen again Monday, July 7th. All of us at Moosa Creek Nursery wish you a happy and safe July 4th.



To see our extensive list of  all our native plants in our inventory download our availability listOur wholesale customers should call us for wholesale pricing, or for contract growing at 760-749-3216. 

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Monardella odoratissima
Mountain Pennroyal

 This 1'h x 3' wide perennial is a delight to the senses of both humans and pollinators! A member of the mint family, this drought tolerant summer bloomer is a favorite for butterflies. Mountain Pennroyal is fast growing and keeps a nice tidy mounding shape topped by deep purple flowers. The small leaves are intensely fragrant with an invigorating minty scent with a hint of citrus. This versatile plant looks good amongst rocks, in an herb garden, a butterfly garden or does equally well in a container in a sunny spot.

Every purchase of our "Plant of the Month" at our retail nursery partners will generate a $0.50 donation to PLANT WITH PURPOSE to help villages in third world economies restore farms, plant trees and create local jobs.


Torrey Pines State Park



As the summer heats up we recommend taking in the cool ocean breezes at Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve, which is located within San Diego city limits and yet remains one of the wildest stretches of land on our Southern California coast! Because of the efforts and foresight of the people in this area, 2000 acres of land are as they were before San Diego was developed -with the chaparral plant community, the rare and elegant Torrey pine trees, miles of unspoiled beaches, and a lagoon that is vital to migrating seabirds. One can imagine what California must have looked like to the early settlers, or to the Spanish explorers, or even to the first California residents here, the Kumeyaay people
There are 8 miles of trails, a visitor center, and guided nature walks on weekends and holidaysTorrey Pines is visited by travelers from all over the world and by local residents who come daily to rest at the stunning overlooks, walk a peaceful trail, or exercise in a clean, beautiful environment. Find out more here.  





Su, Abi, Adolfo, Dario, Emeterio, Maria, Mariano, Teresa , Susan and Valentina
Moosa Creek Nursery