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The Natural Gardener

8648 Old Bee Caves Road
Austin, TX 78735
 

The Natural Gardener is one of the most beautiful and unique garden centers in the world. It’s like a candy store for gardeners, but non-gardeners love it, too. It’s a fun, beautiful, educational destination for everyone. Bring the whole family to The Natural Gardener- even the dog!  (Please see the "Can I bring my dog" section of our FAQ's and Policies page.)

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(512) 288-6113

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Barton Springs Nursery

3601 Bee Caves Road
Austin, TX 78746

If you've taken the time to plant a garden, then you know the pleasures that a garden bestows: the explosion of color, the fragrances that attract our wilder friends, the soft textures of plants as they caress our skin. But more than this, a garden is a place of beauty, a place to escape from the workaday world. It's here that we can savor the abundant wonders that spring forth from this marvelous land we call home.

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(512) 328-6655

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Hill Country Natives

http://hillcountrynatives.net/

At Hill Country Natives, our mission is to promote the sustainable cultivation of native Texas trees and shrubs and to increase their use in landscaping. We specialize in native trees and shrubs and perennial edible plants that are well-adapted to central Texas.

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512-914-7519

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Bloomers Garden Center

http://www.bloomerselgin.com/index.html

Native and Adapted Plants for Central Texas

507 Hwy 95 N
Elgin, Texas 78621
512-281-2020

Current Hours
Open Monday thru Thursday 8:30 am to 6:00 pm
Open Friday and Saturday from 8:30 to 5:00 pm
Open Sunday afternoon from 1:00 to 5:00 pm

The most favorite Central Texas nursery of the Central Texas Permablitz group!

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512-281-2020

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Edible and Useful Plants of Texas and the Southwest A Practical Guide

A real gold mine for low or no care local food plants. Lots of the plants that have been mentioned on austinperm appear in the book, as well as a bunch of southwestern natives that people have been looking at in a new light--esp. the yuccas and agaves.

Check it out..

 

There is a version online at google preview (http://books.google.com/books/utexaspress?id=pnnHgcasN-cC&printsec=front...)

 

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