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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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Baby Ginger- August Plant of the Month

August Plant of the Month Baby Ginger Want to be able to eat what you grow? Our August Plant of the Month is one of our picks! Baby Ginger is a tropical looking plant with edible pink and cream colored … Continue reading

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Elephant Ears-July Plant of the Month

July Plant of the Month Elephant Ears Do you need a little paradise near the patio? Elephant ears are a refreshing sight in the landscape when it’s a billion degrees outside. They are grown for their bold, dramatic foliage, though … Continue reading

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July Plant of the Month- Shrimp Plant

July Plant of the Month Shrimp Plant Looks good enough to eat, huh? Shrimp Plant’s not for eating unless your a hummingbird, but it’s sure to fill your garden with vibrant pops of color. The more common color you’ll see … Continue reading

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May Plant of the Month-Hydrangea

May Plant of the Month Hydrangea Look who’s starting to bloom! Hydrangeas are known for their huge, fluffy clusters of blooms. These deciduous shrubs are perfect for those who need something to plant in a shady spot. There are many … Continue reading

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