Why is finding a Certified landscaper or retailer important?

Hiring someone who is Certified means you can rest-assured that you are working with someone who has the training and professionalism to get the job done right!

Fall Companion Planting

With Fall in full swing, adding some vegetables to your garden is a MUST. Just like us, these veggies grow better with other types of vegetables and herbs. Find out which plants will grow best together in your garden.

How To’s

Don’t know what to do with the changing season? Need some tips to spice up your garden? Check out our latest advice articles below.

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November 12, 2018

DIY Vertical Garden Bed

This trendy new way to garden saves space, helps avoid weeds, and prevents some pests and problems. Whether you want to plant tomatoes or pansies vertical gardening could be for…

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November 12, 2018

Fall Planting Tips

Fall is here and with this chilly season comes great planting opportunities! You can plant ahead for beautiful spring blooms or enjoy the hardy beautiful plants of fall. Here are…

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November 12, 2018

Companion Planting for the Fall

One of the best ways to grow is with others! When you decide where to plant your garden greens, keep in mind who they grow the best with. Here are…

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November 12, 2018

Grow Your Own Butterfly Garden

Butterfly gardens are a great addition to any yard with beautiful blooms and beautiful butterfly visitors. Butterfly gardens can be especially helpful to Power the Migration of the monarch butterflies….

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Resources

Find the information you need to create a winning Landscape!

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Inspirations

The Best of Texas Landscape Guide offers a large listing of plants that grow and thrive best within the Lone Star State. Utilize the Best of Texas Landscape Guide to identify plant varietals, optimal growing conditions, planting tips and more!

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Plants & Products

Search for the best products and plants to fill your outdoor or indoor living space.

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Be Texas Water Smart

While parts of Texas have been blessed with some recent rain, our state is still facing a once-in-a-generation drought, predicted to continue for many more years. As Texans, we must remain committed during this crisis and conserve water year-round.