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Now Blooming on the Patio

Plant in pots for urban spaces

Have a small space in need of some color? Add beauty with new containers filled with tree-form azaleas, roses, hibiscus, evergreen daisy, shade loving shrimp plants — bougainvillea is great for a sunny location.  So many to choose from — so little space!  We’ll help you decide.

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Old World Pottery

Add an Old World look to your modern garden

Guy Wolff Pottery
Guy Wolff is a world-renowned master potter, who has been influenced by the classic English garden.

Wakefield Pottery
Paul Wakefield has own creative take on early 18th and 19th century European garden pottery.

Campo de’ Fiori Pottery
Aged terra-cotta pots, washed with a live moss mixture, creating an natural green moss on each pot surface.

Faux Bois Planters
Faux Bois is the French art of false wood created in durable cement. The pottery represents logs, stumps and nature as an artistic representation.

 

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Bring on the Butterflies

With the plants they love!

Bring the butterflies to your garden with host and nectar plants. Choose from pentas, Turk’s Cap, Butterfly Bush and more! Don’t forget: butterflies need host plants like shrimp plant, passion vine, dill and more!

Learn how you can help save the Monarch butterflies by planting native milkweed and cutting back tropical milkweed.

Click here for more information.

 

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Citrus

Best selections for the urban orchard

Plant your favorite varieties of citrus trees now. Choose from oranges, grapefruit, lemons, limes and more! Don’t forget amendments such as fruit and citrus soil, fertilizers.  Choose a pot from our selection of large pottery for growing in a container.

See our complete list of citrus here.

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Beneficial Insects

Good bugs for your garden!

What’s an organic gardener to do with pests in your vegetable garden or yard? Turn to good bugs to get rid of bad bugs.

Currently, we’ve got ladybugs — great for eating pesky aphids — praying mantis eggs and beneficial nematodes that attack pests that attack plants in areas such as root zones, tree galleries, thatch of lawns and bark cracks. They will also work on fleas and insects that bore into wood, trees, and shrubs.

Come on in and get your live bugs!

 

 

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Roses

Everything’s coming up roses!

Now’s the time to plant everyone’s favorite flower. Pick now from our largest selection of roses of the season including Belinda Dream, Carefree Beauty and new this year Jolie Veranda rose (pictured).

See our complete list of roses here.

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Hummingbird Migration

Get ready!

Be prepared this season with suet, nectar and hummingbird houses in the Bungalow. Don’t forget your hummingbird plants too. Take a look at our favorite plants for our tiny winged friends here.

See what else is new in the Bungalow here.

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Go Texan!

Go Native!

Take the guess work out of what to plant. Choose perennials, trees and shrubs that do well in Texas and plant native. New arrivals weekly include popular Blackfoot Daisies (pictured), hardy flowering shrubs and trees. Plant now to enjoy the beautiful blooms this spring.

See a complete list of natives here.

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Gardener’s Night Out

Join us for a good time, benefiting a good cause.

Don’t miss Gardener’s Night Out, March 27th, 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. Join us for a fun night with gourmet fare, a fashion show, guest speakers from Planted: Houston, a fabulous raffle, party gifts and more! All the best gardeners will be there.

Get more info and tickets here

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Indoor Gardening

Breathe easy with new tropicals!

Spruce up your indoors with some fresh new foliage and colorful tropicals. Choose  succulents, leafy oxygenating houseplants and colorful spring-blooming accents (Clivia pictured) to bring the garden indoors. Pick out your favorites and let us create a container garden for you!

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Texas Superstars

Our favorite perennials that are Texas tough!

Looking for something that does well here in Texas? Look no further that our Texas Superstars. These are a list of perennials like Sage (pictured) that are our favorite for our climate. Take a look at our availability list here.

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Monarch Migration

Listen to Buchanan’s own Diane Bulanowski on how you can help Monarchs migrate!

Buchanan’s own, Diane Bulanowski recently spoke with KUHF on the hot topic of tropical milkweed and how gardeners can help. Listen here.

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