What’s In Season

 
 

“Learn to be an observer in all seasons … ”

 
 
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At the Enchanted Nurseries, we carry a wide selection of plants appropriate for the season. If you need help finding a specific plant or have a question about what to put in your garden, our seasoned staff are available to help!

Some of our inventory does not change no matter the season. We keep a curated selection of the most reliable soils, fertilizers, and amendments for your garden. Make sure to ask about our ALL-organic solutions.


Not sure what you need?

Give us a call whether you’re in Richmond, Rosenberg, Sugar Land, Fulshear or Katy. We serve the greater Houston area! Visit the contact page for more information

 
 
 

Monthly Garden To-Do’s

January–April | May–August | SeptemBer–December

Beautiful flowers, bountiful fruit, and bushy foliage come from months of planning, preparation, and maintenance. Updated in blocks of four months, this section is designed to give gardeners of all levels an easy-to-follow guide for every month. It includes tips for soil prep and fertilization; new arrivals; holiday decor; and prime planting times for edible and ornamental plants. Don’t forget, “March winds and April showers bring forth May flowers.”

 
 
 

September

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First of the Fall Events! September 14


just arrived

Cool season annuals, such as Petunias, Dianthus, Marigolds, &more. Also, hummingbirds!


prime planting time

Winter vegetable starter plants—broccoli, cauliflower, Lettuce (mid-month)—and seeds for winter flowers—nasturtium, morning glory, pansies, violas, etc.


still time for

Watering pecan trees, citrus, and other trees carrying a crop to ensure a tasty and well-developed harvest!


last chance

Warm season annuals

prepare for

Fall pollinator migrations, aka birds and butterflies!


ease into

Cool season annuals

Lawn care

Get your garden tools ready to store for the winter. Drain the gas out of your mower and weed eater. It is also a great time to sharpen the blades of garden tools in preparation for spring.


holiday gifts

Keep your holiday plants happy by making sure they are properly watered, not too wet, and have plenty of bright light.

 
 
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October

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Transplant, uproot, repot, and trade with friends for some new or different varieties.


just arrived

Enjoy the harvest this month! It's time to pick beans, okra, winter squash, pumpkins, sweet potatoes, & other tasty crops


prime planting time

Shrubs, roses, trees, and winter annual starter plants: pansies, violas, ornamental kale, alyssum, stock, and dianthus


still time for

Plant salad greens for the Thanksgiving dinner table


last chance

Pumpkins, pumpkin stacks, pumpkin succulents, and pumpkin air plant arrangements!

prepare for

Plant herbs for the Thanksgiving turkey!


ease into

The first amaryllis bulbs of the season; artichokes just arrive at the end of the month


lawn care

Apply fertilizer to your lawn and treat any weeds that have appeared


holiday gifts

Hostess gifts

 

November

prepare for

Treat any plants you plan to bring indoors during cold weather for pests to prevent insects from spreading to your houseplants.


ease into

Poinsettias


lawn care

For a green winter lawn, overseed your sod with rye grass seed


holiday gifts

Spring bulbs! Force them in a glass vase to have them blooming by Christmas; except for tulips & hyacinths, which need to be stored in the fridge until January.

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Fruit and nut trees! It's harvest time for citrus, persimmons, and pecans. Come sample our citrus!


just arrived

Onion sets & Shallots


prime planting time

Need to move a plant within your landscape? Now is the best time to dig up and transplant


still time for

Plant the seeds for root crops such as carrots and beets. Plant spinach as a starter plant.


last chance

Fall Events at Enchanted Gardens! Harvest your tomatoes and peppers before the first frost.

 
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December

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Poinsettias


just arrived

Christmas Trees


prime planting time

Fruit & Nut Trees


still time for

Remove any dead warm season annuals from your landscape or containers. Add some new color with cool season annuals!


last chance

Replenish any missing mulch in your landscape to help protect your plants from the cold.

prepare for

Grab a cup of cocoa and a pile of seed catalogs and pick out new plants for spring!


ease into

Indoor gardening!


lawn care

Fertilize lawn

 
 

 
 
 

“My getaway spot. Best stock beautifully maintained and merchandised. Love everything and every season at this magical nursery.”

—val h.

“This place is great! The variety and prices far exceed any competitor. Perfect place to bring the kids. We will definitely be purchasing from here from now on!”

—Diane W.

 
 
 

 
 
 

This week at Enchanted

Stay tuned to new arrivals, seasonal events, general news, and pet pictures by following each location on Instagram!

 

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