As the calendar turns to spring, experienced gardeners know that those 90 and 100-degree days…
| Join Us This Weekend! |
Saturday, October 30 10:30-11am, Free. Includes time for Q&A. Discover how to bring beauty to beds and containers with plants you can plant now with NHG’s Rusty E. Allen. RSVP Here
Add More Color to Your Garden Primrose Enjoy unique colors and textures in your garden by planting these favorites for fall and winter! Snapdragons, Assorted Zinnias, Violas, Ornamental Cabbage & Kale.
Fantastic Fall Color Is Here
Heuchera FOREVER® Red & Heuchera FOREVER® Purple
Beautiful fall-colored Coral Bells (Heuchera) is perfect for shady gardens. These semi-evergreen perennials are known for their bright foliage that enhances any garden bed or container.
Heuchera Baby Bells® ‘Cinnamon Glaze’ & Heuchera Front & Center® ‘Fire Chief’
Hellebores Bring Sparkle To Fall & Winter Shade
Helleborus HGC® Diva®, Helleborus HGC® ‘Pink Frost’, Helleborus Winter Jewels® ‘Peppermint Ice’
If you need a plant with lovely blooms, striking foliage and evergreen appeal, consider shade-loving Lenten Roses (Helleborus sp.). These perennials make great ‘solution plants’ and offer these and other great benefits for the garden and landscape. Camellias Are Blooming ‘Autumn Sunrise’ Camellia (Camellia sasanqua ‘Autumn Sunrise’) ‘Bonanza’ Camellia (Camellia sasanqua ‘Bonanza’) Shade-loving Camellias are budding & beginning to bloom now! Enjoy the emergence of bountiful blossoms on these evergreen shrubs. A wide array of colors and sizes are now available. Last Call for Pumpkins! Don’t miss out on our specialty collection of edible and decorative pumpkins and gourds at great prices. Japanese Maples Offer Garden Enchantment Pictured above: Viridis Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum var. dissectum ‘Viridis’) Japanese Maples, Acer palmatum a. dissectum and its many cultivars, create exquisite focal points in the garden. With delicately divided foliage in seasonal hues that range from chartreuse to fiery orange, they’re ideal for adding texture and color to garden nooks and containers that crave an artistic touch. Learn More About Japanese Maples Prep & Plant for Spring Spring-blooming bulbs are starting to arrive. Find seasonal mainstays such as tulips and daffodils, plus fall blooming spider lilies and forcing favorites like amaryllis and paperwhites. Your Project List Every Gardener’s New Best Friend Check out these new power planters! These heavy duty planting augers come in assorted lengths. They are much sturdier than the common auger bits. They are great for many purposes including:
Planting bulbs 4 inch transplants Digging larger holes for large plants Mixing your own potting mixes Loosening compacted soil with ease Drilling holes for setting up umbrellas and even tiki torches
More Gifts for Gardeners We’ve brought in the tough line of Bucket Boss organizers, tool bags, aprons and more, ideal for gardening or any types of tools. The Garden Boss easily slips over a standard 5 gallon paint bucket and has plenty of pockets for gardening essentials. The Gatemouth Hopalong Tool Tote (above) offers a durable, soft-sided bag in a convenient, easy-to-carry size. The Apron’s long-wearing canvas with easy to access pockets is comfortable to wear. Adorn Your Plants With Nature-Inspired Decor Add charm to any garden or planter with iron garden stakes. Metal rings look beautiful also when displayed inside in front of a window. Grow Your Own Food The cooler season for growing fall herbs & vegetables is here, and you can start them by transplant or seed. Visit us Wednesday mornings for the best selection! Get Your Site & Soil Ready What Veg to Plant & When in DFW Get Ready for a Sweet Harvest Did you know that fall is an excellent time to plant container-grown fruit trees? We have received a shipment of apples, apricots, peaches, pears & plums. How to Plant a Fruit Tree Plant Garlic & Shallots Now Garlic loves October’s cooler weather, and shallots are in, too! It needs to be established prior to winter’s cold. See our guides below, and select from organic and conventional varieties in our retail store. Garlic $3.99, elephant garlic $4.99, shallots $2.49 each. 5 Quick Growing Tips Your Project List Come See Us! Image courtesy of Kathy Tran.