Native Flowering Trees
Attract Native Pollinators!
Attract and feed native pollinators by adding a native flowering tree to your garden. Native trees help to provide shelter for wildlife, food for some larval hosts, and nectar for various pollinators! Choose from some of our favorites like, Mexican Buckeye, Anacacho Orchid Tree, and Texas Mountain Laurel. Once established, these trees require little maintenance to thrive and have low water needs.
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Set Your Veggies Up For Success!
Give your new veggies a companion this season. We have received many herbs that serve as excellent companions for your Tomatoes, Peppers, and Squash. Herbs such as Basil, Dill, Marigolds, Nasturtiums, Parsley and more! Providing a companion plant helps to deter common pests like aphids and whiteflies, while also attracting beneficial insects like parasitic wasps, ladybugs and other pollinators.
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Native Host Plants
Feed Our Native Larvae!
Don’t forget to incorporate native host plants into your garden! Native hosts plants provide nutrients for hungry larvae and a place for native pollinators to lay their eggs. A few include Native Milkweed (Monarchs), Fragrant Mistflower (Rawsons Metalmark), Coral/Yellow Honeysuckle (Clearwing Sphinx Moth), and Inland Sea Oats (several skippers).
Learn more about Creating a Butterfly Habitat Here!
Bird Houses & Feeders
Make Your Garden Bird Friendly!
Complete your pollinator garden by adding in bird houses and feeders. We have received new houses and feeders from Color Pop which are made here in the US from recycled materials, guaranteed to last. Birds, specifically hummingbirds are very important pollinators to wildflowers! We also have a large variety of hummingbird feeders to choose from to help attract migrating hummingbirds.
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What to Plant in March
Ready to get in the garden? Here’s what you should plant this month:
- Bok Choy
- Swiss Chard
- Malabar Spinach
- Swiss Chard