Quick Facts: * Evergreen perennial – Zone 6-9 * 12-18 inches tall x 15-24 inches wide depending on cultivar * Plant in part shade to full shade * Large, cup-shaped, rose-like, usually nodding flowers bloom from late * fall to early spring * All parts of plant are poisonous to humans if ingested! Enjoy Winter […]Read More
Shades of Green Nursery + Landscape has special holiday and seasonal store hours. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience. Please note the following: Shades of Green will close at 2 pm on Tuesday, December 21 for our staff Christmas party. Shades of Green will be closed for the holidays December 24 – January 4. […]Read More
Shades of Green Nursery + Landscape is pleased to announce that we have leased garden box #11 in The Harvest at Frisco Commons, Frisco’s new community garden. According to the city website, “The Harvest at Frisco Commons is a communal space managed by the City of Frisco that offers raised garden boxes for annual rental, […]Read More
October is when you want to plant garlic in North Texas. Watch the video below for details, or scroll down to read the blog. October in North Texas means it’s time to plant garlic. Why? Because garlic takes eight to nine months to mature. If you want to be harvesting next summer, you need to […]Read More
To all our valued customers, Please be prepared for longer than normal wait times. Since the outbreak of COVID-19, and subsequent shelter in place and stay at home orders, there has been an unprecedented demand for plants nationwide. Combined with the historic winter storm and power outages we just experienced, supplies of plants have never […]Read More
It’s late January in North Texas, and that means it’s time to plant your onions. Check out our video below or scroll down to read. Onions are Easy It’s late January in North Texas, and that means it’s time to plant your onions. Here in Collin County, these will go in the ground late January […]Read More
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