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Open Daily 9am-6pm

Sprout Your Veggie Garden!


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Philodendron
‘Prince of Orange’
Calathea
‘Dottie’
Philodendron
‘Moonlight’
If it’s indoor plants you want, our new expanded tropical greenhouse has foliage, succulents, and air plants, plus the perfect container to show off your latest botanical find.

Grow Your Own Veggies & Herbs


Stratco Raised Beds are lightweight, durable steel, and easy to assemble. They’re an ideal way to start a veggie or herb garden, and at 47 x 35 x 12″, they’re a great size to work with. No hard digging- just fill and plant.


Vigoroot Balcony Garden is a convenient growing system for small gardens, patios and balconies, allowing the maximum number of plants in a small space. Air-pruning fabric promotes a strong, healthy root system.
Download Your Guide of Planting Dates

New Grow Lights Are Here for Successful Seeding Indoors


Seed Starting Tray

Miracle LED Grow Lite

45w Grow Light Panel
Successful Seed Starting Tips

It’s Tomato Seeding Time


How to Grow Tomatoes

Image courtesy of Flower Child Plants
January means seed starting time. Plant veggies like tomatoes and cauliflower now for an abundant harvest. Plus, cool season crops like broccoli, Brussels sprouts, greens, and much more.
Why Vegetable Planting Dates Matter
Download Your Guide of Planting Dates

Need Some Help?

Howard Garrett’s Texas Organic Vegetable Gardening book is perfect for beginners, and always a good reference. This has detailed profiles of every edible you can think of and covers organic pest control.

Last Call to Plant Onions & Leeks

Top right: Cipollini ‘Red Torpedo’. Bottom left: Cipollini ‘Borettana’.
The planting window is closing to grow leeks and onions! Don’t miss out on red, white, yellow and specialty onion varieties, as well as leeks, that are now available by the bunch.
Your Onion Project List

Be Ready for Cold Weather

January and February are our coldest months. Don’t know what to bring in or cover? We can help with the materials and advice to safeguard your plants.
Plankets offer additional protection, and come in round sizes ready for containers.

Frost Cloth is the most versatile cover and is available in rolls and by the foot.

Winter Protection Tips

Brighten Your Space with Cool Season Color

Fresh color for winter arrives every week at NHG, such as the long-lasting shades of Pansies and Violas, and their perfect compliment, sweet smelling Alyssum.
Are you an NHG Grow Card Member? If you are, you have benefits, and every purchase you make earns rewards.
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