Akasha Yoga is a great example of a collaborative design between property owners and Gill’s landscape designer Harry Villarreal. The owners’ vision for Akasha was to harmonize and integrate the … Read More
Gills’ Soil Recipe for Raised Garden Beds
Raised beds are great for veggie, herb, and flower gardening. Benefits include reducing weeds, help with drainage, easy maintenance, and easier on your back. We’ve seen really cool raised beds … Read More
Best Tips for Planting Trees this Fall
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 … Read More
How to Fuel Your Hungry Hummingbirds
If you spend any time outdoors and have anything blooming red, there’s a good chance you’ve got hummingbirds buzzing around. It’s that time of year when hummers begin their migratory … Read More
Weird and Wild Conversation Plants at Gill’s!
Are you looking for a conversation plant? Something out of the ordinary? Well check out these weird and wild plants to spark a conversation with all your plant friends! Dwarf … Read More
Unique Port A History: The Farley Boat Planters
On Mother’s Day, James and I got up before the sun to head to the beach to catch some early morning waves at Packery. After an hour or so, as … Read More
It’s Arbor Day – Find the Right Trees and Start Planting!
The saying goes “the best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago, the second-best time is now.” Well we say it is always time to plant a tree! … Read More
Landscape Designer Kathy Hubner’s National Recognition
We are excited to share that Kathy Hubner, one of our landscape designers here at Gill Landscape Nursery, has become only the second Texan and first from Corpus Christi to … Read More
Plants, The Perfect Rx For Clean Air!
There are a wide variety of pollutants released in your home by furniture, paint, carpet, household cleansers, even gas cooktops and hot water in the shower, that can trigger illnesses, … Read More
Fall Is Wildflower Planting Time
That first cool front in fall sure does feel good, and with the new season comes new flowers and time to get back outside and garden. In South Texas September and … Read More