Nothing rings in spring quite like flowers and plants in bloom. Whether you’re looking to increase curb appeal, improve livability, or just add personality to your home, the metroplex is overflowing with local nurseries to help you with your spring projects — and many have been in business for decades, making them trusted resources for gardening in North Texas.
In addition to adding a little color to the season, a 2016 impact report by the National Association of Realtors found that lawn and landscape upgrades have some of the highest appeal and cost recoveries among outdoor projects. The report also found that a majority of consumers felt a greater sense of enjoyment being home when these projects are finished — along with a major sense of accomplishment. This could be your life!
Check out this list of local places to nurture your green thumb, and don’t be shy asking for expert advice if you’re a first-timer. Have you ever met a gardener who didn’t like talking about plants?
Seeing the wide selection of colorful flowers, plants and trees are a key indicator that you’ve arrived at the Ruibal’s at the Dallas Farmers Market. But if you can’t find time to visit the nursery’s scenic downtown outpost, Ruibal’s has multiple locations throughout the metroplex to help you meet your greenery needs.
With a location across the street from the Dallas Arboretum, you can’t help but to be inspired but the vast selection of gardening fodder. The place is staffed by lawn landscaping, installation and irrigation specialists, ensuring that your next project is professionally done.
If you’re in the market for custom landscaping, then The Plant Market is the place to be. Their creativity also extends to holiday gifts baskets, in case you’re looking for unique gifts for that special someone.
With multiple locations throughout the metroplex and a wealth of weekly specials, Calloway’s will make it easier to start your next big project anywhere, anytime.
Redenta’s appeals to the modern gardener with offerings like an eclectic potting bar. Lovers of succulents, herbs and veggie gardening will find this 25-year-old business a haven for all things green.
Nicholson-Hardie has been in operation since 1899, and under the same family ownership since 1974. This guarantees a wealth of knowledge and quality resources each time you visit.
This family-owned venture boasts a café and art gallery, in addition to its gardening wares. It also hosts a variety of garden clubs and societies, such as the First African Violet Society of Dallas and the Dallas Bonsai Society.
Not only is Dallas Bonsai the perfect place to find unique shrubbery for your next gardening project, but this Garland nursery is also the largest supplier of Japanese bonsai trees in the U.S.