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Weather Notice – December 7, 2017
We have lots of calls coming in about how this cold weather will affect plants. Winter is here, but the results won’t be too brutal for most. Some areas of ...
How to Keep Your Christmas Tree Fresh and Beautiful!
1. Keep water in your tree reservoir at all times. When we deliver your tree, or if you pick it up, we'll make a fresh cut. It's a good idea ...
December Garden Guide
Poinsettias come in lots of colors and sizes, but all love to be kept in indirect light and very moist. Place inside, in front of a window and away from ...
It’s Time for Paperwhites & Amaryllis!
It's time to think about getting your fall bulbs. Amaryllis is one of the easiest bulbs to grow that will bloom for you year after year. They can be planted in ...
Giving Thanks For a Family of Gardeners!
We have customers of all ages. Maybe two of our youngest gardeners, very active gardeners, are brother and sister Kai & Isla. Kai is a third grader and Isla a ...
How To Get Your Christmas Cactus To Bloom!
My Christmas Cactus from last year is nice & healthy but not a bud on it. To force blooming, move the pot into a dark spot, like a closet, for ...
Holiday Goodies Are Coming In!!
We know it's still early November, but we couldn't resist! You have to see all the cute cute holiday decor we have coming in... happy (almost) holidays!!
Fall is Our Best Planting Season
Trees, shrubs, and perennials get a great bonus when planted in fall. South Texas enjoys relatively warm soil temperatures through fall and winter, and cooler air temperatures direct the new ...