Planted For You

Premium Plants and Garden Accessories Civano Nursery carries a large variety of plants for our unique climate, pottery from around the world in various styles, colors and sizes. Melodic wind chimes and essential herbs and vegetables for your kitchen garden. Fruit trees, shade trees, and flowers for butterflies and bees. Custom Container Planting Bring in/or have…

Horticultural Services

From plant identification, problem solving, and garden landscape design, our on staff horticulturalists are here to share their knowledge for a successful garden. Civano Nursery carries a large variety of plants for our unique climate, pottery from around the world in various styles, colors and sizes. Melodic wind chimes and essential herbs and vegetables for…

Gift Cards

The ultimate gift for any gardener Civano Nursery gift card is available in any increment and can be mailed directly to your special someone. Order your Civano Nursery Gift Cards today for that someone special that loves to watch things grow. It’s easy to get your gift cards. Just select the order button below and…

Bring Your Children

Children’s Play Area A large sand filled played area, an oversized chalk board, and a fort with slides that will keep your little ones entertained. We have been privileged over the years to watch the next generation grow as they go from sandbox to full on gardener. Pet the Animals At Civano Nursery we have goats,…

Getting to Know Your Garlic, Onions and Leeks

With a ton of culinary uses and only a little growing space required, garlic in the garden is a must have. Plant individual cloves base down in fall. Cut the scapes, or seed stalks, in the summer for use in sautés and stir fries. Harvest cloves once the leaves have begun to brown and wither, then spread in a warm, airy place for a few days to dry out. Store in a cool, dark place through winter.

Getting to Know Your Root Vegetables

Beets and radishes are some of the easiest root vegetables to grow. Beets are a double crop as both root and leaves are edible. The keys to tender beets are rapid growth and timely harvest. Too little water or nutrients or too many weeds slow growth, yielding tough, woody beets. Leaving them in the ground does the same thing.