Planting wildflowers in your North Texas landscape is great way to attract native birds, bees, butterflies and other insects to your yard. All you need to do is… 1) Select a spot that gets at least 6-8 hours of direct sun. 2) Remove any weeds or lawn grass and break up the soil surface with […]Read More
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 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
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