Our sincere thanks to all of our friends and patrons who came out this past weekend for the ‘Survivor Sale’ at NHG. With your support and donations, every dollar raised will go directly to rebuilding a new and better experience for our guests. Thank you! Now, we’re busy planning the installation of our temporary structures […]
In just one week since the catastrophic tornado that hit NHG, so many important things have happened: 1. Plans to rebuild were immediately underway. From a statement from the family: “As many of you know, our NHG facilities were totally destroyed on October 20th by the tornadoes…on behalf of the Pinkus family, we want you […]
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Love that ‘tropical look’? If you want a garden that feels like an island oasis, Elephant ears (Alocasia and Colocasia) are the perfect ‘wow’ plant. Big, bold leaves—some towering over your head— are great in the ground with afternoon shade or in a container on your patio. Smaller, dwarf varieties like Alocasia ‘Mojito’ (approx. 3’ […]
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 window for this favorite crop. What if we get a late freeze? It might seem risky and some years […]
Our Rose Weekend is the first weekend in March each year, when our entire rose collection becomes available for purchase. Eager to pick your favorites? Here are three things to do now to ensure you’re ready for rose success: 1. Be sure your existing roses are healthy. Have you gotten your pruning done for the […]
Hummingbirds are true miracles of nature, with hearts that can beat over 1,200 times per minute and wings that can flap 15-80 times per second. Sound exhausting? It is, and they need plenty of sustenance to keep up that pace. While some species remain in Texas during the year, they’re more commonly seen during the […]