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Thank You for Joining Us! Thank You for Joining Us Water Gardening Saturday was a success thanks to our lovely community, including Dallas Koi Kichi Group & The North Texas Water Gardening Society. Couldn't make it? It's not too late…

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Wash Your Stress Away With A Water Feature

Join Us This Weekend

Join Us This Weekend NHG proudly welcomes back The Dallas Koi Kichi Group and The North Texas Water Gardening Society. Experience how the magic of water can bring fish, plants and gardens together. Details HereWater Plant Success Guide See What's…

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When Good Plants Misbehave

The Dallas Morning News recently ran a Sunday New York Times crossword puzzle with the clue “Goldenrod”. The answer? “Weed”. Native plant lovers, horrified, might cry out “What?! This iconic wildflower of the prairie in the fall?! This stunning accent…

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Cool Solutions for Warm Weather

What Should We Grow Right Now? NHG's team shares growing tips for peppers & herbs. Download the Vegetable Project ListShop Herb Bowl Kits Online Subscribe to NHG's YouTube Delicious & Nutritious Sweet Potato Slips Are Here Sweet potatoes pack a…

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Plant Natives & the Earth Will Thank You

Why We Love Texas Native Plants Desert Willow (Chilopsis linearis)Texas Mountain Laurel (Sophora secundiflora)Clasping Coneflower (Dracopis amplexicaulis)Texas native plants are beautiful, low-maintenance, and an excellent source of nectar for pollinators, plus they provide shelter & food for wildlife. Plant these…

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Keep Beauty Alive Year-Round

These Early Spring Flowers Love the Sunshine Clockwise from top left: 10-inch Petunia hanging baskets, assorted Ranunculus, Cosmos, Snapdragons, Geraniums. Keep Beauty Alive with Summer-Blooming Bulbs Planting summer-flowering bulbs right now will offer color, texture, and beauty to your garden…

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Roses And Yarrow

Goodbye Winter, Hello Spring!

Did Your Plants Survive the Freeze? As gardeners, we want to save what plants we can after a dramatic weather event. The Metroplex has recently been subjected to temperatures that many of us have never experienced before, and we will…

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How to Save Plants After a Frost

Updated: Feb 2022 As gardeners, we want to save what plants we can after a dramatic weather event like a heat wave or a winter storm.. The Dallas Metroplex has recently been subjected to temperatures that many of us have…

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Time for Tomatoes

When To Plant Tomatoes You may not yet be thinking about tomatoes in your garden yet – but you should be. Timing is everything in vegetable gardening, and in our North Texas climate, late February through March is the ideal…

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Your Valentine Wants Plants

Your Valentine Wants Plants We're In Love... Hoya carnosa 'Exotica tricolor' Lightning Jewel Orchid (Macodes petola) Hoya kentiana variegataPlant collectors are hot for the creams, whites and pinks of variegated plants! See some of our favorites new arrivals in the…

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