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Plant Shop & Nursery in Dallas, TX

Spring/Summer Hours Daily 9am-6pm. Winter Hours: Daily 9am-5pm.

Come and visit North Haven Gardens, your destination for all your gardening needs in Dallas. As you step inside, you'll find a comprehensive selection of quality gardening equipment and a diverse plant nursery with a stunning array of indoor plants, outdoor plants, and a variety of fresh vegetables. Our expert garden coaches are dedicated to helping you turn your gardening dreams into reality. Plus, we now have delivery services available in Dallas (within our service area, call for details). Now you can ensure that your gardening essentials are conveniently brought to your doorstep. You can even sign up for a grow card membership to earn points and save on your purchases.

Here at North Haven Gardens, we take pride in offering a curated selection that caters to all levels of expertise. Whether you're a seasoned gardener or a beginner, our friendly and professional staff is here to help. Visit our nursery in Dallas an experience the difference.

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Hummingbirds are here. Are you helping?

Hummingbirds are true miracles of nature, with hearts that can beat over 1,200 times per minute and wings that can flap 15-80 times per second. Sound exhausting? It is, and they need plenty of sustenance to keep up that pace. While some species remain in Texas during the year, they’re more commonly seen during the spring and fall migrations, and the latter of these is widely underway now in north Texas. Here’s how you can help them.

Nectar rich plants: it’s the number one thing anyone can do—whether or not you identify as a gardener. Work more blooming plants into your landscape, and you’re helping. Yes, natives are great, and yes, they love red flowers and tubular flowers—but if the flowers are there, they’ll figure it out. Three favorites:

Desert Willlow, Chilopsis linearis

Desert willow, Chilopsis linearis—a Texas native that forms a large, airy shrub or small tree, the numerous, tubular blossoms have proven to be a favorite among local hummingbirds.

A hummingbird feeding on Lantana

Lantana, both native and hybrids—we’re referring to the tough, shrubby varieties with brilliantly-colored flowers such as Texas Lantana (L. horrida), or hybrids such as ‘Dallas Red’ and ‘New Gold.’ They’re a favorite of nectar-loving pollinators and hummingbirds alike.

A hummingbird feeding on Salvia flowers

Salvias—there’s a huge array of both native and hybrid, perennial and annual Salvias, but all of them make excellent nectar sources for pollinators and hummingbirds.

Got a feeder? If you do, note that they’re best employed as a supplement to your nectar-rich plants, and the number one rule of thumb is CLEANLINESS. Would you want a hot, syrupy glass of sweet tea that had been sitting in the sun for several days? Yuck. Use only true cane sugar (not honey) and keep it fresh daily, or at least every other day. Pro tip: you don’t have to fill the feeder full every time—add a cup of fresh sugar water and see how much your hummingbirds use as they find it. Oh, and keep it simple–no dyes or colorings are advised.

Want more tips? See more from Texas Audubon Society here and check with other local, professional groups dedicated to these amazing birds.

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