You may not yet be thinking about tomatoes in your garden yet – but you…
This Weekend @ NHG
Learn how to encourage the natural life cycles already happening in soil to grow happier, healthier plants – the organic way. Includes time for Q&A.
Eye-Catching Blooms for Tropical Paradise
Native Texas Plant of the Week
|Western Soapberry is a tough Texas native that served Native Americans in many ways: the berries were made into soap or dried to make buttons & necklaces, and the wood was used for baskets. Plus, this is the larval plant for the Soapberry Hairstreak Butterfly.|
Shade-Loving Plants for Pollinators
|Frostweed (Verbesina virginica) Image courtesy of Dale Clark||Turk’s Cap (Malvaviscus arboreus var. drummondii)||Dutchman’s Pipevine (Aristolochia fimbriata)|
Ferns for Shade
| Holly Fern (Cyrtomium falcatum) |
Autumn Brilliance Fern (Dryopteris erythrosora)
What Can We Plant Right Now?
|Just Unwrap, Plant & Grow!|
Seed Pops by Modern Sprout include organic seeds embedded in a clay disc, and are designed to be planted in the ground or a container. Once planted, the wooden stick serves as a plant marker. Pollinator and culinary assortments are now available at the registers in our retail store.
|Spark A Little Joy with Sun Catchers|
|Hang multi-colored sun catchers in the garden or by a window to brighten any space. Watch sunlight transform into stunning rainbow prisms!|