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Fall Color & Veggies Are Here

Join Us on the Journey

Our exciting rebuild progress is underway! Our new Tropical Greenhouse is currently open to the public (up, running & fully stocked), while the new Retail Store, Boutique, Classroom, & Cafe spaces are under construction.

Thank you all for your patience, love & support.

NHG’s Print Newsletter Is Now Available In-Store

Pick up your complimentary copy during your next visit, or view it online!
Download the Digital Version

Refresh Your Garden & Grow Beautiful Blooms

Pictured: Assorted Zinnias.

Bring On the Fall Color

Above: Assorted Marigolds & Crotons. Below: Assorted Petunias.

Fall Vegetables Are Here Just In Time for Cooler Weather

The first of many shipments has arrived. Plant Raddichio, Carrots, Beets, Pak Choi, & more now for rich and edible rewards!
View Year-Round North Texas Planting Dates

Flower, Herb & Veggies Seeds Are Here

Please note our inventory changes on a daily basis. To verify availability, please call us at 214-363-5316.
Seed Starting GuideVegetable Project List

Have You Seen NHG’s New Tropical Greenhouse?

Above (clockwise from top left): Assorted Zebra Cactus (Haworthia), Neoregelia ‘Amazonias’, Calathea ‘Dottie’ & Pothos ‘NJoy’
Varieties pictured above (L to R):‘Gypsy Lord’, ‘Harvest of Memories’, ‘My Friend Jonathon’.
Every garden should include these dramatic yet easy to maintain perennials!
Your Planting Project List

Camellias Are Here

Pictured: Camellia sasanqua ‘Yuletide’
Camellias form glossy, deep-green leaves & are evergreen in north Texas, providing important foundational structure for full to part shade areas all year round. Since they’re cool-season bloomers, they’re further valued for bringing charm and color to our colder months, as most varieties sport large, luxurious flowers in shades of white, red or pink.

Plant Some Tea in Your Garden

Pictured: Camellia sinensis ‘Large Leaf Tea’ & ‘Small Leaf Tea’
Whether black, green, or oolong, classic tea comes from the tender young leaves and shoots of the ‘tea Camellia’, Camellia sinensis. Native to Asia, it’s an easy-care plant that requires little maintenance in the garden, and like its heavy-blooming cousins commonly grown ornamentally, it’s well-suited to shade/part shade spots in the DFW area.
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