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Lawn Care for July and August


By: Team Green Grass It’s getting hot out there and our lawns are starting to show it. This time of year (July and August) lawns in Southeast Texas are susceptible to insects and a Grey Leaf Spot fungus.  Here are […]

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Great new blog on citrus trees from Ashley Grubb our Entomologist


“Can you help me? There is something wrong with my citrus tree.”             “Can you help me? There is something wrong with my citrus tree.” This is the most commonly asked question at the nursery […]

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The Enchanted Birds of Texas: Attwater’s Prairie Chicken National Wildlife Refuge


Last October we headed back to one of our favorite cool weather destinations – the Attwater’s Prairie Chicken National Wildlife Refuge, between Sealy and Eagle Lake. The APC NWR is a wonderful place to observe many different varieties of wintering […]

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What’s the deal with Japanese Beetles? (we have a chemical-free solution!)


Have you seen these beautiful iridescent green and gold beetles around your landscape? While they may be pretty to look at, unfortunately, the damage they can cause to your plants isn’t… Japanese beetles are wide-spread and can be found all […]

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The Enchanted Birds of Texas: September birding around Houston


September around Houston is a great time to go birding. While still warm, the weather finally begins to show signs of approaching autumn and the sultry summer heat begins to relax its grip. Last September we birded several locations in […]

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Our First Creative Container Contest!


Theme: Think Tropical! 04/11/15 – 04/23/15 Enchanted Nurseries is challenging you to make your best, most beautiful and original mixed container featuring your favorite tropical plant(s)! To Enter: Submit a photo of yourself with your tropical container to Facebook or Instagram and […]

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The Enchanted Birds of Texas: Summer birding around Houston


As summer of 2014 rolls on, we carry on through the heat and humidity! Birding in the morning is still hot work, but it’s fun to get together and look for challenging species. This edition of the Enchanted Birds of […]

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The Enchanted Birds of Texas: Birding at Brazos Bend State Park


Even at the peak of summer’s heat, Brazos Bend State Park remains one of our favorite destinations. Sure it’s sweaty work, and the mosquitoes can be a bit pesky, but we’d rather be out and about instead of sitting on […]

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The Enchanted Birds of Texas: Birding the Bolivar Flats and Frenchtown Road


Even in the heat of summer, birding on the coast has great attraction, as in fact relatively cool coastal breezes can even make birding at the shore a lot more comfortable than birding inland. Taking the ferry across from Galveston […]

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Cecropia Moths Getting Ready to Hatch!


The countdown has officially begun! We’ve been patiently waiting for nine months while our giant Cecropia caterpillars turn themselves into beautiful moths. 2014 was a spectacular year for finding Cecropia caterpillars here at Enchanted Gardens. We collected over 25 caterpillars […]

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