Welcome to Sperbeck's Nursery

We began building our business in 1986 and opened the doors May 16th, 1987. Our mission for our business is a place where our guests and friends are welcomed and they will

"Be aware of the blessings of the beauty of this world, of the joy of friendships shared, and of the peace found only in Him"

Through the gardens and the landscapes of which we are blessed to help create. We enjoy in helping our customers at the nursery take home the right plant or garden accessory for the place in their garden. We delight teaching customers how to be successful with their garden projects from planting, to properly caring for them, and enjoying them as they add beauty and value to their homes for years to come. We love designing or installing landscapes, now for two generations of clients, We appreciate maintaining our landscapes to allow them to mature into the beauty for which they were created.

Map, Hours & Directions

Mon-Sat: 9am-5:30pm
Sunday: 10am-3pm

On the southwest corner of Highway 99 & Colusa Highway

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Latest Articles

Time to Buy Autumn Color…Japanese Maples!

Step right up and choose your Japanese maple! Fall is definitely the BEST time to buy the future star of your garden. Of course, we all know fall is a great time to transplant trees and shrubs.

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Bringing Houseplants in for the Winter

Most of the plants we grow in our houses are from the tropics. That’s why they grow well in our warm houses in the winter. Many also thrive outside in our temperate summer. However, when the temperatures start dropping, it’s time to return our green friends to the confines of the house where they will continue to grow while we enjoy their greenery indoors.

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The Allium Family in the Winter Garden: Onion, Leeks, Garlic and Shallots

Alliums, including onion, leeks, garlic and shallots are perfect vegetables to grow in the winter. Cool wet weather encourages strong root and foliage growth to produce larger bulbs and hardier plants. In addition, by growing your own, you’ll be able to say, “I grew it myself.”

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