With fall and winter right around the corner, it is time to start preparing your plants and landscaping for the cooler months. It is important to your plant’s health to make sure you prepare them for the changing seasons. We sat down with our buyers to create the ultimate fall guide for your plants and […]
It may still feel like summer, but Fall is fast approaching! Now is the time to start preparing your Fall veggie seeds. Our veggie and herb buyer gave us a great guide for Fall seed starting! For further questions, feel free to give us a call or visit us in store! Learning your regional frost […]
So you want to grow your own tomatoes but don’t know where to start? We will discuss how to care for your tomatoes so that you can get the most fruit out of your plants!
After last week’s hard freezes and power outages, you may notice that some of your plants are looking a little sad. Before you throw them away, we have a few tips and tricks so that you can try and bring them back to life!
Growing potatoes here in Austin is a relatively easy and tasty addition to your garden.
I sat down with our plant and lawn care expert Zoanna to discuss important products, as well as how and when to apply them for the healthiest lawn possible!
Alocasias, also known as Elephant’s Ear, are native to the tropical rainforests of South-East Asia. There are 79 known species and they have been cultivated for over 28,000 years!
With cooler weather just around the corner, you will want to begin preparing your plants and landscaping for survival through the winter.
USE: Beneficial Nematodes (BN) attack more than 230 kinds of soil dwelling and wood boring pests, such as flea larvae, white grubs, cutworms, fungus gnat larvae, fire ants. and many more! Nematodes are microscopic worms that live in the soil and attack these pests. Nematodes are safe for children, pets, and all plants. They are […]
Last weekend we got to test out the store with a friends and family weekend and it was a success! A huge shout out to our team! Even though we’ve only been together for a few weeks they knocked it out of the park! So proud of their hard work!