March/April 2012 Newsletter

Dear Gardening Friends,
How about this rain we have been given?  This is going to help our gardening efforts immensely.  The past year was very hard on gardens and flower beds in the state of Texas.  I have a different appreciation for rain now and try not to complain when it interferes with my schedule.

The lack of rain has made us realize that if you want to have a nice yard; native plants are your best bet.  We are receiving large shipments of native plants at this time to help provide our customers with plants that are low maintenance, hearty and beautiful. Over the last year, native plants have been the mainstay in many of our landscaping jobs.  Natives really help to cut down on your water usage.

The good news is, with all of the rain we are getting, the wildflower display should be breathtaking this spring.  If you are looking for wildflower seeds, we now have a wide variety.  Our new seed arrivals include bluebonnets, Alamo fire bluebonnets, larkspur, daisies, flax, vegetable, herb seeds and much more.
Happy Gardening!

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