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Pineapple Guava- April Plant of the Month

Pineapple Guava April Plant of the Month Pineapple Guava is one of those plants you may have overlooked in the nurseries or the landscape through much of the season, but just look at them now! These tropical evergreens grow just … Continue reading

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To Mulch or Not to Mulch? There is No Question!

To Mulch or Not to Mulch? There is No Question! Don’t forget the mulch when you’re buying all of your spring time plants! Mulch is one of the easiest ways you can keep your trees and plants healthy and happy. … Continue reading

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Mexican Flowering Plum- March Plant of the Month

Mexican Flowering Plum March Plant of the Month There’s nothing like blooms on fruit trees in early spring! Mexican Flowering Plum might not be the first tree you think of when planting a fruit tree, but don’t overlook it. This … Continue reading

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And the Winner is…

And the winner is… This year’s winner of our annual chili cook off is Noah’s Ark Buffalo Venison Chili! New to the Chili Cook Off? Every year The Garden Center staff competes with their best chili recipes for bragging rights. … Continue reading

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Artemisia-February Plant of the Month

Artemisia February Plant of the Month Oh Artemisia , how do we love thee? Let us count the ways. Artemisia is a silvery, aromatic evergreen perennial grown for its ornamental, culinary and medicinal properties. Run your hands through it and … Continue reading

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Compact Nandina- January Plant of the Month

Compact Nandina January Plant of the Month We’ve had some pretty darn cold temperatures as of late, but that’s not stopping Nandinas any. Vibrant green all summer, evergreen Nandina plants turn shades of peach, red and purple in winter. There … Continue reading

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Nellie R. Stevens Holly- December Plant of the Month

Nellie R. Stevens Holly December Plant of the Month Nothing says December Plant of the Month like a good ‘ol holly plant. Nellie R. Stevens is a favorite variety for many reasons, its most noteworthy being its showy red-orange berries! … Continue reading

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Snapdragons- November Plant of the Month 2017

November Plant of the Month Snapdragons Snapdragons are one of our favorite annual flowers here at The Garden Center. We like to call ’em Snaps for short. Their arrival means that cooler weather is on the way! Snapdragons are named … Continue reading

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October Plant of the Month- Elaeagnus

October Plant of the Month Elaeagnus Elaeagnus, also sometimes called Silverberry is our October pick for Plant of the Month. This plant may look plain at first glance, but read on to see why it’s so tough and versatile! There … Continue reading

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September Plant of the Month- Turk’s Cap

September Plant of the Month Turk’s Cap If you want to plant it and forget it, Turk’s Cap is pretty close to perfect. These perennials are super tough, even in our Texas heat. In fact, you better make sure you … Continue reading

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