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Current Winter Hours:
Open Daily 9am-5pm

Cool Season Color

Cool Color for Shade

We have many great options for shade in the cooler months. For shrubs, Camellia sasanqua speciessuch as ‘Mine No Yuki’ are the first to bloom.
Perennial Coral Bells (Heuchera) sport intense colors and tiny blooms. Left: ‘Crisp Peach’; right ‘Little Cutie Blondie’
Hellebores (Lenten Roses) offer long-lasting blooms on evergreen foliage. Above: Helleborus x ballardiae ‘Pink Frost’
The smaller annual Violas (Johnny Jump-Ups) like ‘Penny Orange’ are ideal for areas with part sun, and can bring a wide variety of colors to beds and containers.
Our Tulips Have Arrived! We’ve picked the 12 most popular varieties and had them pre-chilled for you. Note that we are unable to store them this year, so just keep them in your refrigerator away from any fruit or vegetables, and plant when the soil temperature reaches about 55 degrees, usually in late December. Above: The Dallas Arboretum display of Tulip ‘Pink Impression’. Photo courtesy Abbott-Ipco.
Our Tips for Successful Blooming Bulbs

Come See the New NHG

Our Latest Arrivals

Great new gardening gifts are in stock now. Bottom left: Make watering easier when you’re away with Plant Pals– just add a wine bottle. Right: Make a memory box for each season with Garden Frames, in natural or whitewash finishes.
Fun finds for everyone are in our new retail store.
A new shipment of veg comes each week!

A New Shipment of Veg Arrives Each Week

Plant cool season vegetables and herbs right now by seed or transplant.
Please note our inventory changes on a daily basis. To verify availability, please call us at 214-363-5316.
Starting By Seed?New to Growing Veg?
What to Plant & When


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