What’s In Season

 
 

“Learn to be an observer in all seasons … ”

 
 
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At the Enchanted Nurseries, we always 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 always on site 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

 
 

January

feature

Fruit trees, plant & protect, hiring for Spring


just arrived

Seed potatoes, fruit trees


prime planting time

Leeks, asparagus, potatoes, spring bulbs


still time for

Cool season annuals, onions


last chance

Cool weather vegetables

prepare for

Freeze (use Frost Cloth & bring tropicals inside) and insect season (spray dormant season insect control)


ease into

Tomato & pepper seedlings (indoors)


holiday gifts

Valentine’s Day

 
At this optimal planting time, our nurseries can carry over 70 kinds of fruit & citrus trees.

At this optimal planting time, our nurseries can carry over 70 kinds of fruit & citrus trees.

 
“We have noticed that roses have grown in popularity. The last couple of cold winters our customers lost some of their tropicals, but the roses didn't skip a beat!” From Judy Lenderman’s Enchanted Journal entry,   Roses: Easier Than You Think!

“We have noticed that roses have grown in popularity. The last couple of cold winters our customers lost some of their tropicals, but the roses didn't skip a beat!” From Judy Lenderman’s Enchanted Journal entry, Roses: Easier Than You Think!

 

February

feature

Prep garden beds with compost/mulch


just arrived

New annual color
roses/mini roses →
New in gift shop →


prime planting time

Shade trees


still time for

Asparagus


last chance

Amend soil to turn hydrangeas blue

prepare for

New growth—cut back freeze damage perennials
Cut back roses on Valentine's Day


ease into

Spring vegetables →


lawn care

Weed pre-emergent


holiday gifts

Valentine’s Day

 

March

prepare for

Pest & fungus infestations
Protect new plantings from cold


ease into

Custom pot renovations


lawn care

Fertilize & remove weeds


holiday gifts

Easter decor & Round Top Collection items

Feature

Annual & perennial color


just arrived

Shrubs
Pre-planted mixed container gardens
Blackberry & blueberry bushes →


prime planting time

Ornamental trees
Butterfly & hummingbird plants


still time for

Plant new trees →


last chance

Spring vegetables →

 
Japanese Maples are beautiful ornamental small trees best planted when temperatures start to rise. They add vibrant color and layered texture to landscapes.

Japanese Maples are beautiful ornamental small trees best planted when temperatures start to rise. They add vibrant color and layered texture to landscapes.

 
Mallow hibiscus, also known as dinner plate hibiscus, features huge blooms and is a Texas tough perennial. The variety pictured above is called

Mallow hibiscus, also known as dinner plate hibiscus, features huge blooms and is a Texas tough perennial. The variety pictured above is called

 

April

Feature

Tropical shrubs


just arrived

Tropical fruit trees


prime planting time

Caladium bulbs


still time for

Fertilize azaleas after blooms drop


last chance

Lawn fertilization

prepare for

Heat, lay mulch


ease into

Heat tolerant perennials


lawn care

Test spinkler system

 
 

 
 
 

“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.

 
 
 

 
 
 

New Arrivals

We like to keep up on the latest and greatest of the botanical world. Ask about these stunning new varieties next time you visit!

 

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