You may not yet be thinking about tomatoes in your garden yet – but you…
| Image courtesy of Kathy Tran. Pumpkin Paradise Has Arrived At NHG! Lovely fall landscape design at NHG by Flower Child Plants. |
Celebrate the arrival of fall with unique and edible pumpkins and gourds at great prices!
Saturday, September 25 9:30-10am, Free.
Rusty shows you which plants will attract pollinators and bring beautiful, low-maintenance color to your landscape, year after year. Includes time for Q&A. RSVP Here
Saturday, September 25 10:30-11am, Free.
Rusty will share perennials (some of them evergreen) that add color and unique texture to shady gardens. Includes time for Q&A. RSVP Here
Fall Beauty for Every Garden Welcome fall with beautiful annuals such as Rudbeckia, Celosia, Crotons, Chrysanthemum, ornamental peppers and more!
Find New Favorite Fall Perennials
VIBE® Ignition Purple Salvia Salvia x jamensis ‘Ignition Purple’
Pink Turk’s Cap (Malvaviscus drummondii ‘Pink’)
Salvia ‘Amistad’ Cooler fall weather brings on another flush of beautiful blooms.
Garlic Has Just Arrived! Garlic is flavorful, healthy, and so easy to grow. Select from organic and conventional varieties, $3.99 each, and elephant garlic for $4.99. 5 Quick Growing Tips Your Project List
Prepare for a Sweet Harvest Plant berries now & enjoy sweet harvests of these perennial fruits for years to come! Now available: Blackberry ‘Prime Ark’, ‘Arapaho’, ‘Sweetie Pie’, ‘Ouachita’, ‘Apache’ in 1-gallon containers, Raspberry ‘Heritage’ in 1-gallon, & ‘Jewel Black’ in 3-gallon.
It’s Time for Fall Veggies New shipments of fall vegetable transplants are arriving weekly. Visit us Wednesday mornings for the best selection.
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Get a Head Start On Feeding Your Garden Get your soil ready for fall & see which fertilizers are best for your plants.
Camellias for Cooler Weather NHG’s Rusty E. Allen shares helpful growing tips for one of our favorite evergreen perennials with exquisite blooms, Camellias.
These evergreen shrubs are known for their bountiful blossoms and come in a wide array of colors and sizes. They are an easy-care plant well-suited to shady spots in the DFW area.