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Ready, Set… Sow!

Ready, Set… Sow!

Get Ready for Fall Vegetables

NHG’s Garden Advisor Brieux Turner shares his favorite veggies to start from seed for a fall harvest!

Vegetable Project List

Seed Starting Guide

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Flower, Herb & Veggie Seeds Are Here

Please note our inventory changes on a daily basis. To verify availability, please call 214-363-5316.
Did you know it’s almost time to seed wildflowers for spring blooming? Check out our great selection of native Texas wildflower seeds & get your space prepped!
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Explore New Arrivals in the Tropical Greenhouse

Pictured (clockwise from left): Staghorn Fern (Platycerium), Calathea ‘Vittata’, Tropical Pitcher Plant (Nepenthes alata), Philodendron ‘Prince of Orange’, assorted Dracaena, Euphorbia ‘Trigona Rubra’
Pictured (clockwise from top left): String of Beans (Senecio radicans), Air Plants (Tillandsia), Dischidia ‘Green Cascade’, & Orchid (Phalaenopsis) in new hanging planters.

New Agaves Have Just Arrived

Pictured: (Left) Agave americana, (Right) Agave ‘Blue Glow’.
Agaves offer color, structure and form to a sunny, dry garden. These dramatic plants can carry a garden space on their own or will play well with other plants that have the same ultra-low water requirements.

Plant of the Day

Pride of Barbados (Caesalpinia pulcherrima) is a heat-loving tender perennial with stunning flowers that attract butterflies & several other pollinators.
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