Regan's Nursery

★★★☆☆
  • 4268 Decoto Road

    Fremont, CA 94555

    Cross street: <p>1/8 Miles East of I-880</p>

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  • 510-797-3222

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Mon 8:30am-5pm, Tue 8:30am-5pm, Wed-Fri 8:30am-6pm, Sat 8:30am-5pm, Sun 8:30am-5am

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The Walmart of Nurseries: If you want quantity, this place has the best selection of roses in the Bay Area. If you want quality, almost any other nursery surpasses their quality. And they charge $32.99 for each container hybrid tea rose -- same as Yamagami's and more than Orchard Supply or Summerwinds. They have an amazing number of hybrid tea roses so you are likely to find the one you want, however, you are just as likely to find that it has black spot, mold, yellow leaf or some other disease. The roses are crammed together like livestock in some big agricultural concern -- so the diseases can spread from container to container. Buds are not pruned so they die on the plant. Roots are infected. At $32.99 a plant, they should do some minimal care, like I don't know -- FEEDING THE PLANTS maybe? Spraying them? Cutting them? My recommendation would be to go to another nursery or choose your plant carefully.

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The Walmart of Nurseries: If you want quantity, this place has the best selection of roses in the Bay Area. If you want quality, almost any other nursery surpasses their quality. And they charge $32.99 for each container hybrid tea rose -- same as Yamagami's and more than Orchard Supply or Summerwinds. They have an amazing number of hybrid tea roses so you are likely to find the one you want, however, you are just as likely to find that it has black spot, mold, yellow leaf or some other disease. The roses are crammed together like livestock in some big agricultural concern -- so the diseases can spread from container to container. Buds are not pruned so they die on the plant. Roots are infected. At $32.99 a plant, they should do some minimal care, like I don't know -- FEEDING THE PLANTS maybe? Spraying them? Cutting them? My recommendation would be to go to another nursery or choose your plant carefully.

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Man, I hate to do this online, share Regan's, I mean. Next thing you know, all the goodies will be gone and I'm left shopping as if I just went to Sloat Nursery instead, haha! \n\nSeriously folks, they have what, the largest selection of roses in the Bay Area? Sometimes the people are in a good mood, sometimes not, it's cool though, their selection more than makes up for the quirky CS.

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Man, I hate to do this online, share Regan's, I mean. Next thing you know, all the goodies will be gone and I'm left shopping as if I just went to Sloat Nursery instead, haha! \n\nSeriously folks, they have what, the largest selection of roses in the Bay Area? Sometimes the people are in a good mood, sometimes not, it's cool though, their selection more than makes up for the quirky CS.

Pros: roses

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Ok, they have one of the largest or maybe the largest selection of roses in the Bay Area. What bites though is that the roses I bought already had black spot. A little something I only noticed after unfurling the mass tangling of climbing roses I bought from this place. You see, each one comes in this bundle, wound together. There's no way for me to see this when I was at the nursery.\n\nMoreover, we were sold Sterling Silver roses by the nursery person, after we told her we were absolute beginners with roses and needed all the help and advice we could get. After researching on the Internet, I found that this variety has a notoriously picky track record and that most nurseries are actually staying away from selling these because of the bad track record. How disappointing that our salesperson decided not to tell us about this!\n\nWe bought $850 worth of plants from this place, as we're very disappointed at the lack of decent service. I called the day after asking about tips on how to get started pruning my espaliered trees and all the salesperson could tell me is that it's very hard to explain over the phone. I should just come over and buy a book. Since I live in San Francisco and they're in Fremont, this is easier said than done. I wasn't looking to become a pruning expert over the phone, just some basics.\n\nI called Roger Reynolds Nursery in Menlo Park and this place took their time explaining the basics to me. Considering I didn't even buy my tree from them, (it's a huge shame I didn't) they've been great. \n\nStay away from Regan's, I feel CHEATED!

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Ok, they have one of the largest or maybe the largest selection of roses in the Bay Area. What bites though is that the roses I bought already had black spot. A little something I only noticed after unfurling the mass tangling of climbing roses I bought from this place. You see, each one comes in this bundle, wound together. There's no way for me to see this when I was at the nursery.\n\nMoreover, we were sold Sterling Silver roses by the nursery person, after we told her we were absolute beginners with roses and needed all the help and advice we could get. After researching on the Internet, I found that this variety has a notoriously picky track record and that most nurseries are actually staying away from selling these because of the bad track record. How disappointing that our salesperson decided not to tell us about this!\n\nWe bought $850 worth of plants from this place, as we're very disappointed at the lack of decent service. I called the day after asking about tips on how to get started pruning my espaliered trees and all the salesperson could tell me is that it's very hard to explain over the phone. I should just come over and buy a book. Since I live in San Francisco and they're in Fremont, this is easier said than done. I wasn't looking to become a pruning expert over the phone, just some basics.\n\nI called Roger Reynolds Nursery in Menlo Park and this place took their time explaining the basics to me. Considering I didn't even buy my tree from them, (it's a huge shame I didn't) they've been great. \n\nStay away from Regan's, I feel CHEATED!

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Ok, they have one of the largest or maybe the largest selection of roses in the Bay Area. What bites though is that the roses I bought already had black spot. A little something I only noticed after unfurling the mass tangling of climbing roses I bought from this place. You see, each one comes in this bundle, wound together. There's no way for me to see this when I was at the nursery.

Moreover, we were sold Sterling Silver roses by the nursery person, after we told her we were absolute beginners with roses and needed all the help and advice we could get. After researching on the Internet, I found that this variety has a notoriously picky track record and that most nurseries are actually staying away from selling these because of the bad track record. How disappointing that our salesperson decided not to tell us about this!

We bought $850 worth of plants from this place, as we're very disappointed at the lack of decent service. I called the day after asking about tips on how to get started pruning my espaliered trees and all the salesperson could tell me is that it's very hard to explain over the phone. I should just come over and buy a book. Since I live in San Francisco and they're in Fremont, this is easier said than done. I wasn't looking to become a pruning expert over the phone, just some basics.

I called Roger Reynolds Nursery in Menlo Park and this place took their time explaining the basics to me. Considering I didn't even buy my tree from them, (it's a huge shame I didn't) they've been great.

Stay away from Regan's, I feel CHEATED!

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★☆☆☆☆

Ok, they have one of the largest or maybe the largest selection of roses in the Bay Area. What bites though is that the roses I bought already had black spot. A little something I only noticed after unfurling the mass tangling of climbing roses I bought from this place. You see, each one comes in this bundle, wound together. There's no way for me to see this when I was at the nursery.

Moreover, we were sold Sterling Silver roses by the nursery person, after we told her we were absolute beginners with roses and needed all the help and advice we could get. After researching on the Internet, I found that this variety has a notoriously picky track record and that most nurseries are actually staying away from selling these because of the bad track record. How disappointing that our salesperson decided not to tell us about this!

We bought $850 worth of plants from this place, as we're very disappointed at the lack of decent service. I called the day after asking about tips on how to get started pruning my espaliered trees and all the salesperson could tell me is that it's very hard to explain over the phone. I should just come over and buy a book. Since I live in San Francisco and they're in Fremont, this is easier said than done. I wasn't looking to become a pruning expert over the phone, just some basics.

I called Roger Reynolds Nursery in Menlo Park and this place took their time explaining the basics to me. Considering I didn't even buy my tree from them, (it's a huge shame I didn't) they've been great.

Stay away from Regan's, I feel CHEATED!

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What gives? I was looking for Queen of Sweden David Austin English roses and they didn't have it. This I find out after searching through all the varieties there, not finding it, and having to flag down an employee of theirs, zooming by on his little motorized cart. He was completely rude, just said ""no, don't have it"", and started talking to another guy and an employee near me. \n\nI could only imagine that the other guy may have been there before me by the way the employee already knew about the guy's concern, but good heavens, couldn't this guy throw some pleasantries with that response? Like maybe amending it to ""Sorry, we don't have it in stock. If you'd like, we can special order it for you, but first, let me finish with this other gentleman's order as he's ahead of you."" I would have been totally ok with that, but to brush me off the way this guy did, was completely and irresponsibly rude! \n\nStarting around 2007, I filled three walls on my backyard with climbing David Austin Graham Thomas English roses, climbing Red Eden, and bushes in front of that of David Austin's Golden Celebration, Charlotte, Jude the Obscure, Molineux, Teasing Georgia and L.D. Braithwaite.\n\nGuess what? I spent over $4,000 buying those roses alone. I also bought 20 stephanotis plants for my front yard a while back -- all of which almost immediately died, btw. I bought 2 more espaliered apple trees, along with countless visits buying fertilizer and amendments for all the high maintenance roses and trees.\n\nI also turned my sister on to this place, and when she revamped her backyard, I helped her select a slew of exotic bamboo, maple trees, topiary trees and a variety of plants for her huge backyard. One trip alone to this place set her back at least $5,000.\n\nEspecially when the weather is good, I always try to stop by this place, buying a little something along the way. At yesterday's trip, we tried to find more stephanotis, what they had was 1/3 the size of what we originally bought, at virtually the same price. Not very healthy too!\n\nWe searched for gardenias, but found just 2 lousy, lousy and tiny varieties -- no buds no less! We tried to find peonies, none! \n\nOh well, I guess the economy has really done a number to this place. A sad disappointment, with even sadder customer service. I'm out of here!!! I'm taking my business to Roger Reynolds instead. Even though their prices are 2-3 times higher, they at least know to stock their shelves, and more importantly how to treat people. That's the only thing that makes a difference in the final analysis. Please keep in mind who keeps your doors open and help you avoid the unemployment line.

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What gives? I was looking for Queen of Sweden David Austin English roses and they didn't have it. This I find out after searching through all the varieties there, not finding it, and having to flag down an employee of theirs, zooming by on his little motorized cart. He was completely rude, just said ""no, don't have it"", and started talking to another guy and an employee near me. \n\nI could only imagine that the other guy may have been there before me by the way the employee already knew about the guy's concern, but good heavens, couldn't this guy throw some pleasantries with that response? Like maybe amending it to ""Sorry, we don't have it in stock. If you'd like, we can special order it for you, but first, let me finish with this other gentleman's order as he's ahead of you."" I would have been totally ok with that, but to brush me off the way this guy did, was completely and irresponsibly rude! \n\nStarting around 2007, I filled three walls on my backyard with climbing David Austin Graham Thomas English roses, climbing Red Eden, and bushes in front of that of David Austin's Golden Celebration, Charlotte, Jude the Obscure, Molineux, Teasing Georgia and L.D. Braithwaite.\n\nGuess what? I spent over $4,000 buying those roses alone. I also bought 20 stephanotis plants for my front yard a while back -- all of which almost immediately died, btw. I bought 2 more espaliered apple trees, along with countless visits buying fertilizer and amendments for all the high maintenance roses and trees.\n\nI also turned my sister on to this place, and when she revamped her backyard, I helped her select a slew of exotic bamboo, maple trees, topiary trees and a variety of plants for her huge backyard. One trip alone to this place set her back at least $5,000.\n\nEspecially when the weather is good, I always try to stop by this place, buying a little something along the way. At yesterday's trip, we tried to find more stephanotis, what they had was 1/3 the size of what we originally bought, at virtually the same price. Not very healthy too!\n\nWe searched for gardenias, but found just 2 lousy, lousy and tiny varieties -- no buds no less! We tried to find peonies, none! \n\nOh well, I guess the economy has really done a number to this place. A sad disappointment, with even sadder customer service. I'm out of here!!! I'm taking my business to Roger Reynolds instead. Even though their prices are 2-3 times higher, they at least know to stock their shelves, and more importantly how to treat people. That's the only thing that makes a difference in the final analysis. Please keep in mind who keeps your doors open and help you avoid the unemployment line.

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This is a huge nursery and they have a wonderful garden center. They carry bird baths that are absolutely gorgeous. They have an area where they have all the roses that you can possibly imagine that grows in the different types of climate. The workers here are wonderful and they even have a house cat that is very friendly.

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This is a huge nursery and they have a wonderful garden center. They carry bird baths that are absolutely gorgeous. They have an area where they have all the roses that you can possibly imagine that grows in the different types of climate. The workers here are wonderful and they even have a house cat that is very friendly.

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They have the best selection of roses. We have bought roses from the for the last two homes. The quality is very good and their staff is very knowledgeable. They used to have weeping roses which are gorgeous

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They have the best selection of roses. We have bought roses from the for the last two homes. The quality is very good and their staff is very knowledgeable. They used to have weeping roses which are gorgeous

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I heard about Regan's Nursery through a friend who could not stop tallking about the gorgeous flowers and how I had to treat myself to beautifying my own small rose garden. The staff at Regan's certainly come off as flower experts and will show you around while rattling off all sorts of facts about the species and care requirement. They have been in business since 1958, so it is nice to know that they have been around for a long time. They offer a newsletter, also.

PROS: gorgeous perfect roses
CONS: pricey

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I heard about Regan's Nursery through a friend who could not stop tallking about the gorgeous flowers and how I had to treat myself to beautifying my own small rose garden. The staff at Regan's certainly come off as flower experts and will show you around while rattling off all sorts of facts about the species and care requirement. They have been in business since 1958, so it is nice to know that they have been around for a long time. They offer a newsletter, also.

PROS: gorgeous perfect roses
CONS: pricey

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This is one of the best around, almost as good in terms of service as El Real Nursery in Santa Clara, but much larger and many more plants. Very easy to find everything, and prices are great.

PROS: Large stock
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This is one of the best around, almost as good in terms of service as El Real Nursery in Santa Clara, but much larger and many more plants. Very easy to find everything, and prices are great.

PROS: Large stock
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The staff is really helpful and knows details about every plant they have there. Really good for a novice gardener like me.

They have a great selection of fruit trees. Roses are a bit expensive though.

PROS: Good selection of plants
CONS: Flowers a bit expensive

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★★★★★

The staff is really helpful and knows details about every plant they have there. Really good for a novice gardener like me.

They have a great selection of fruit trees. Roses are a bit expensive though.

PROS: Good selection of plants
CONS: Flowers a bit expensive

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Regan's has some of the best roses and great plants. They carry a wide variety of flowers, vegetables and fruit trees. The best part is the great customer service. The staff is very knowledgeable and it's also a great place for kids.

A word of caution: These people are not happy if you return anything...So make sure before you buy any type of plant food / chemicals etc.

PROS: Great place to shop for plants
CONS: Expensive. Also returns are not welcome

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Regan's has some of the best roses and great plants. They carry a wide variety of flowers, vegetables and fruit trees. The best part is the great customer service. The staff is very knowledgeable and it's also a great place for kids.

A word of caution: These people are not happy if you return anything...So make sure before you buy any type of plant food / chemicals etc.

PROS: Great place to shop for plants
CONS: Expensive. Also returns are not welcome

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Along with roses, we offer a huge variety of Boxwood, Hydrangeas, Camellias, Perennials, Fruit trees, and conifers, bonsai and topiary forms.

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Along with everything you'd expect of a major nursery, we carry a huge assortment Boxwood, Hydrangeas, Camellias, Perennials, Fruit trees, and conifers, bonsai and topiary forms. From October thru January each year we sell bare root roses online.

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