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Disappearing Streams overflowing with natural music in your garden.
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Saturday ,May 4
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11:00 am Secrets of
We are welcoming the month of May with hopes for warm, wet weather and a delay of anything over 90 degrees until next month. Our selection of miniature fairy garden plants and accessories, birdbaths, garden art, fountains, ceramic pots and nursery plants has never looked more impressive. Stop in and see us this weekend.
Nothing relaxes like the sound of moving water produced by a running stream.
Best results use all natural components like Big Bend rocks and subtly colorful gravel and moss boulders.
Soften the look of your stream with plenty of lush garden shrubs and native flowers.
Disappearing streams are very environ-mentally friendly, reducing water evaporation and using very little energy.
A stream is wonderful for keeping wildlife active in your yard, hummingbirds, butterflies and songbirds depend on water sources to stay around.
Water flow can be adjusted easily to increase while entertaining or relaxing outside.
Drop by our Learning Center any time to ask an expert about box kits, materials and how easy it is to make your own.
Modern elements like updated pottery and slate features make a stunning beginning to a stream bed.
Our Learning Center reveals all the secrets of disappearing streams and water features. Ask one of our experts to give you a tour of all the possiblilties.
New arrivals in the Nursery
Tall, elegant ‘Princess Caroline’ and shorter ‘Princess Molly’ purple fountain grasses. One perfect for any setting.
Mexican bird of Paradise. Striking yellow variant of the familiar Pride of Barbados
‘Kaleidescope’ and ‘Twist of Lime’
Abelias are back
Anacacho orchid in bloom. Makes a lovely native ornamental accent with softly floating white blooms on a small, sturdy muti-branched tree.
The Cascade Red trailing rose makes an excellent choice spilling over rocks or climbing a support. Small brilliant red roses!
Confederate jasmine is also known as star jasmine in other areas of the country. Either way, this climber’s fragrance is intoxicating and small white flowers are charming. It likes a variety of sunlight conditions and makes a valuable addition to the Southern garden.
And now that you’re looking for fun things to surprise that special woman for Mother’s Day, pick up and Airplane Plant along the way. Especially if you can’t spring for airplane tickets to someplace exotic. We have new double Knock Out Red Roses in too. Lovely to look at on Mother’s Day and for years to come!
1407 No. Bell Blvd. (Hwy 183) Cedar Park, TX 78613
Just 1/4 mile north of FM 1431 on Hwy 183