In December we purchased three barns: one to house our office and store our seeds, one to store our tools, and another to store our equipment. It is much easier to stay organized, and the Nursery is significantly more attractive now that the “barns” have replaced the old shipping containers that once housed our things! A more attractive Nursery lends Back to Natives additional credibility, and is more welcoming to those who visit to volunteer, take classes, or purchase plants.
- A zero or low rent space to meet the current demand, where we can grow large numbers of native plants for restoration and retail sale.
- A low rent retail location to make native plants available to the public in central Orange County.