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May Plant of the Month: Plumbago Imperial Blue

If you’re looking for a hardy, low-maintenance plant that can add a pop of color to your landscaping, look no further than Imperial Blue Plumbago. This beautiful plant, which is our Plant of the Month for May, is known for its bright blue flowers and attractive foliage. Imperial Blue Plumbago (Plumbago auriculata) is a versatile… Read moreMay Plant of the Month: Plumbago Imperial Blue

Prepping the Landscape for Summer

Jun 24, 2023

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Get your landscape ready for summer with “Prepping the Landscape for Summer”! In this final class of the season, we’ll show you what you need to do to help your plants and lawn thrive during the summer months. You’ll learn about fertilizers that will help with root development and the best watering techniques for different… Read morePrepping the Landscape for Summer

Houseplants 101

May 20, 2023

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Bring life and fresh air to your home with “Houseplants 101”. This class, one of our most popular every season, will teach you everything you need to know about basic starter houseplants. You’ll learn about pet-friendly plants, oxygen-producing plants, and the importance of proper drainage, soil, and pottery. We’ll also cover fertilization and pest treatments/preventatives… Read moreHouseplants 101

Bugs – The Good & the Bad

Apr 01, 2023

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Discover the good, the bad, and the (b)ugly world of bugs with our “Bugs – The Good and the Bad” class! In this class, we’ll explore the insects in your garden and how to identify the helpful and harmful ones. You’ll learn about the good bugs that are beneficial for your plants and the bad… Read moreBugs – The Good & the Bad

Community Propagation Station

As plant lovers, we are always looking for new ways to share the plant love! Thats why we have just added our new community propagation station to our tropical floor! The process is simple: Step 1: Bring a cutting from home. Step 2: Place it in one of our jars at the station that is… Read moreCommunity Propagation Station

DIY Potting Station

Repotting your plants can be a hassle, especially if you don’t have the right materials or enough space to get the job done comfortably. We have two service options that may be useful to you! Both options are available for plants and pots that are purchased at our store, and for plants and pots you… Read moreDIY Potting Station

Roses: Everything You Need To Know

The Rose bush is a classic flowering perennial that is known for it’s bright, colorful blooms! We sat down with Whitney, our perennials, trees, and shrubs buyer to create this guide on growing roses. We will go over planting, fertilizing, watering, pruning, and give you two other great resources to take a look at! Planting… Read moreRoses: Everything You Need To Know

Fall in Austin: Time To Plant & Winterize!

Plant Those Perennials! With the cooler weather comes the perfect time to plant trees, shrubs, clumping grasses and cold tolerant perennials. Spring planting is great too, but why not let your plants get a jump start on their root systems during the colder months?  Due to our (mostly) mild winters, most outdoor plants here in… Read moreFall in Austin: Time To Plant & Winterize!

Ultimate Fall Guide

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… Read moreUltimate Fall Guide

Winter Damage in 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!