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In The News

End of Summer Season Super Sale

Posted by Erin Reimer on

We're preparing for the change of seasons and once again it is time to slash prices, clear our tables, and offer a 40% off plants SUPER SALE! 🦸 Hard goods also discounted by 25%! *Some exclusions apply.  This is the last time this year we will offer much of our summer inventory, so stock up on your warm weather garden favorites while you can! Below: Your orders awaiting loading into our delivery vehicles. Super friend Popcorn supervises all aspects of the order preparation process.  Second Season Preview What we need's a few good taters. Boil em, mash em, stick em in a...

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WE ARE A 'BEST OF AUSTIN' (AUSTIN CHRONICLE) FINALIST! VOTE NOW!

Posted by Lone Star Nursery Staff on

EXCITING NEWS! WE ARE A FINALIST! Woohoo! Please vote for us in the Austin Chronicle shopping category subheading “most innovative pivot” for 2021!

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Planting tomato and squash in February? The "whys" and "how to's" of planting and protecting from frost.

Posted by Jay Beard on

  Howdy fellow Central Texas gardeners!  If you're like us, and already have your tomatoes in the ground (and many of you do!), be sure to make your weather app or weather channel, your gardening ally! Many plants cannot handle a frost, but are also favored for early planting for maximum production.   What's all the fuss? You may be asking yourself, "why go to so much trouble to have to protect these plants, why not just wait until it's warmer?" Here's the skinny:  Although tomatoes, technically a short-lived tropical perennial, love the heat, some do have their limitations.  Once temperatures...

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Five tips on starting a fall veggie garden, including how to get transplants, soil delivered (Austin 360, September 2020)

Posted by Lone Star Nursery Staff on

September is a great time to start a fall garden, if you can keep the soil moist. Many garden supply stores don’t yet have those cool weather crops, such as kale and broccoli, but Lone Star Nursery is offering delivery of garden supplies, including fall vegetable transplants.

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Want to garden but can’t find plants? Lone Star Nursery delivering to your door. (Austin 360, March 2020)

Posted by Lone Star Nursery Staff on

Lone Star Nursery, a wholesale plant nursery in Austin, has shifted its business model to sell directly to customers, offering delivery to gardeners throughout Central Texas.

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Unique Beneficial Plants (Central Texas Gardener, May 2019)

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Watch as Lone Star Nursery Co-owner Flint Fancy appears on Central Texas Gardener to talk about just some of the unique beneficial plants we grow! 

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Healing Plants & Edibles for Us and Wildlife (Central Texas Gardener, May 2015)

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Watch as Jay Beard introduces Tom Spencer from Central Texas Gardener to under-the-radar edible and beneficial plants.

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If We Plant It, They Will Come (Austin Chronicle, August 2014)

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Lone Star Nursery partnered with Texas Farmers Market to host free milkweed awareness programs at the Cedar Park and Mueller markets.

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New Horizon Edible Plants (Central Texas Gardener, July 2014)

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Watch as Jay Beard introduces unique edible plants to Tom Spencer of Central Texas Gardener.

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Plant Milkweed to Help Monarch Butterflies (Austin American Statesman, February 2014)

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Jay Beard said he first got interested in milkweed after customers began asking whether he grew native varieties. He decided to research the feasibility because of limited space at his quarter-acre East Austin nursery. He found that milkweed can be difficult to grow, but that became a challenge to the self-taught horticulturalist.

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Plight in Flight (Austin Chronicle, February 2014)

Posted by Lone Star Nursery Staff on

Can Austin save the migratory monarch by planting pit-stop snacks?  Lone Star Nursery hosted a "Bring Back the Monarch" campaign with Texas Farmers Markets to encourage people to plant more milkweed.

 

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