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april hours

Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri: 9-5:30pm Thurs: 9-7pm Saturday 9-5pm Sunday: CLOSED

**We will be open until 7pm on Thursdays until further notice.

Happy National Gardening Day!!

Unless you're in Amarillo. We are celebrating by bringing plants indoors or covering them to prepare for cold weather this weekend. You gotta love West Texas!

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Tips to Protect Your Plants:


• Obviously if you can bring them in, do so.

• Mulch beds to add a layer of insulation.

• Water the soil thoroughly before frost. Water holds heat better than dry soil, protecting roots & warming air near the soil.

• Cover outdoor plants with a Harvest Guard Frost Cloth.

• Walls of Water are great for insulating garden plants such as tomatoes, peppers, & many more. How do they work? The sun heats the “water walls” which keeps the plant, soil, & roots from freezing. Basically like a mini greenhouse.

• For planters, we love the plant dolly’s for easy mobility to protect from all types of weather.


Tips for the Week

We have a high chance of moisture in the forecast. Now is the perfect opportunity to over-seed cool season grasses before the rain arrives.


If you do not have a sprinkler system (or even if you do), now would be a great time to apply pre-emergents, fertilizers, Activate, etc to help get it watered in.


If you have shrubs, perennials, or trees that have dead spots on them, it is a good idea to trim them back and fertilize to help promote new, healthy growth.



Giveaway Item of the Week

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Scientific research shows that Bromeliads can improve indoor air quality after business hours. While most common indoor plants purify the air during the day, bromeliads release oxygen and remove air pollutants during the night.

Winner of the Giveaway will receive their choice in color of a Bromeliad plant.


Plant of the Week

Red hot poker

This sun loving, perennial plant has a very unique bloom that makes it really stand out in any flower bed. It stays on the shorter side, only growing a little over a foot tall, which makes it perfect for adding to the border of your area. Red Hot Poker thrives in dry conditions, is deer tolerant, attracts hummingbirds, & blooms summer through fall! It is overall the perfect plant for our area. We have 4 varieties in stock that we grew right here on location.


Favorite Furniture Set  this Week

Are you looking for a furniture set to complete your patio? Check out our collection of POLYWOOD. Made of recycled milk jugs, this furniture is made to last without splintering, fading, chipping, rotting, or cracking. 

Oh, and it has an awesome 20 year warranty!

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If you have questions, feel free to reply to this email. 

See you soon,


Caitlyn & the Crew


We collect and reuse rain water!

2012: 108,665 gallons

2013: 108,696 gallons

2014: 123,193 gallons

2015: 181,051 gallons

2016: 123,879 gallons

2017: 141,951 gallons

2018: 106,330 gallons

2019: 139,057 gallons

2020: 85,762 gallons

2021: 2,813 gallons