2020 Plant Sale is CANCELLED


 

 

 

 

This Year's Plant Sale has been cancelled

We are sorry to have to cancel the 2020 Plant Sale but hope to see you next year!

Your health is important; take care. Remember that gardening always brightens the day so get out next week and enjoy the sunshine.🌤

We can still answer your gardening questions by sending an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 
  • Short Answer, Yes.  Plants That Poison by Schmutz and Hamilton states that the poisonous parts on hollies are the berries. "The berries of all species are reported to be poisonous if eaten in quantity. The toxic principle is ilicin. Although not considered very poisonous, the attractive red or black berries should be considered dangerous to small children [and animals]."

  • A popular method of plant propagation is by rooting your own cuttings the following is from an article by Skip Richter, Extension agent for Texas Cooperative Extension and host of “Gardening with Skip”, a weekly news segment provided free of charge by Texas Cooperative Extension, a state agency affiliated with Texas A&M University.

  • Be very careful when pruning Weeping Yaupon Holly Ilex vomitoria 'Pendula' or you will loose the prized look of the plant.

  • What are the best shrubs for Parker County?  You will hear the terms native or adapted when recommended plants are being discussed and these plants can be among the best for your Parker County garden. You need to know the size of the mature shrub, the light and moisture requirements and the look you want to achieve.