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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 20th, 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


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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Uno de 50

New exclusive jewelry!

Complement your spring wardrobe with stylish new jewelry from Uno De 50 and designer Shari Dixon. Stand out with any of these attractive pieces, creating a perfect balance between daring and elegance.  People will notice!

See what else is new in the Bungalow here.

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Azalea Trail

Get started here!

Azaleas are know as the “royalty of the garden” because of the wonderful show they put on in spring — an now beyond spring.  Our first new shipment has arrived. Choose from a large selection of Encore, Japanese and Old Fashioned. See our complete list here. The 80th Anniversary of the River Oaks Garden Club Azalea Trail. takes place March 6-8. Tickets are available in the Bungalow. Don’t forget the soil and mulch:  Nature’s Way Azalea Mulch, Nature’s Way Rose Soil.  Pine straw also makes a great mulch. As a rule, don’t prune or fertilize azaleas until after the spring blooms are gone, using Azalea MicroLife.


For The Birds

See what’s new for spring!

Give your feathered friends a cool place to nest this spring. See our new and improved birding section with classic cement and glazed birdbaths, bird seed, suet and bird houses.  More birding info here. See more new in the Bungalow here.

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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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The time is right . . .

Get growing!

Colorful spring plants arriving now: fragrant roses (Carefree Beauty pictured), pink jasmine, citrus and fruit trees, blooming hydrangeas and azaleas, orchids and mini roses.   Looking for roses?  Take a look at our rose availability list.

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Heirlooms & Hybrids

It’s Tomato Time!

Our favorite red veggie season is upon us!  Heirloom tomatoes for spring are now available and ready to plant. Remember you will want to keep young plants in pots until cold weather is gone for good. See current selection here. Don’t forget to plan ahead for supplies you will need. Consider an easy-to-put-together raised bed, tomato food, cages and good soil!  Let us help.


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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Arbor Day is for Trees

Plant now because it’s the right thing to do!

Now is the time to plant trees before the summer heat. New ornamentals have just arrived, like Texas Red Bud (pictured), Mexican plums and Bur Oaks. Plus, a large selection of Japanese Maples. See our complete list of trees here.


Fruit Trees

Your Orchard Awaits

Now is the time to plant your fruit trees and this is also the time we will have are largest variety of fruit trees. Apples, pears, pomegranates and peaches like this donut peach (pictured). Make sure you take a look at all are availabilities here.