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Whether your preference runs toward exotic plants, vegetables for homemade salads, or Texas natives, we’ve got you covered with the best nurseries and gardening-supply centers across the region.

The Arbor Gate

15635 FM 2920, Tomball; arborgate.com

Where: Tomball
What to get: Hardy Earth-Kind roses, herbs, artisan pottery, gardening classes

Buchanan's Native Plants

611 E. 11th St.; buchanansplants.com

Where: The Heights
What to get: Native (read: low-maintenance) plants, organic gardening supplies 

The Cactus King

7900 I-45 N.; thecactusking.com

Where: Acres Homes
What to get: Cactus and other succulents, obviously

Caldwell Nursery

2436 Band Rd., Rosenberg; caldwellhort.com

Where: Rosenberg
What to get: Tropical and subtropical plants, bamboo, citrus trees

Cornelius Nursery

2233 S. Voss Rd.; corneliusnurseries.com

Where: Tanglewood
What to get: Really good soil, houseplants, seeds and bulbs, shrubs, flowers

Enchanted Gardens

6420 FM 359, Richmond; myenchanted.com

Where: Richmond
What to get: Custom-designed container gardens, statuary, vegetables, herbs

Joshua's Native Plants & Garden

502 W. 18th St.; joshuasnativeplants.net

Where: The Heights
What to get: Native plants, colorful pottery, Thrive roses (the new Knock-Outs)

Maas Nursery

5511 Todville Rd., Seabrook; maasnursery.com

Where: Seabrook
What to get: Annuals, perennials, ground cover, vines, rare plants, gardening classes

Southwest Fertilizer

5828 Bissonnet St.; southwestfertilizer.com

Where: Bellaire
What to get: Fertilizers, insecticides, and fungicides, both synthetic and organic

Wabash Feed & Garden Store

5701 Washington Ave.; wabashfeed.com

Where: Rice Military
What to get: Anything and everything—including farm-fresh eggs 

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