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A great night! Thanks to all who supported Help Lauren Learn. Terrific vendors and benefactors made this a great success.
The trucks keep rolling in and bringing more vegetables! We have a great selection for your fall garden. Swiss chard, lettuce, peppers, cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage and much more.
More beautiful flowers have arrived for fall. Just received a shipment from Brookwood Community.
To get to Kingwood Garden Center of course!
A visit from our neighborhood rooster…
Come and visit Kingwood Garden Center for all your fall planting needs. We have a wide selection of herbs and vegetables as well as some beautiful fall flowers.
The Kingwood Garden Center staff was on the move again last week. Becky, Joy and Susan attended a seminar sponsored by San Jacinto Environmental on the subject of Organics. The seminar and lunch afterwards was held at Georgia’s Farm to Market (if you’ve never been…go it’s worth the trip) out west of town. It is a tough job but somebody has to do it. Thanks to the folk at San Jacinto Environmental and Natures Way for putting on the event.
Then it was on to Nelson’s Water Gardens in Katy. Kingwood Garden Center is a Nelson’s Distributor and the KWGC team were treated to a full tour of this great water garden resource.
With the severe drought that Texas has been experiencing, many of you have asked how to save your trees and shrubs. We have several products that can help.
Deep Root Irrigator:
Delivers water directly to the root zone of trees and shrubs. Saves water by eliminating wasteful run-off.
Reduces soil compaction. Lets air, water and fertilizer down to the roots.
Sick Tree Treatment:
Mineral rich blend of compost and speciality sands which will improve the health of trees and shrubs that are drought stressed.
Allow water to seep directly into the soil at the root zone where plants need it.
Wow what a great seminar. Tom Leroy present Fall Vegetable Gardening to about 70 attendees at the Garden Bar Saturday. Some sage advice was dispensed by Tom and gardeners headed out with their new found information.
We have a fun selection of Ghosts, Goblins, Ghouls and witches in the home and garden decor area. As well as fall decor.
Maybe if we start thinking about fall and decorating for it the temperatures will start falling – we can only hope!