February Hours
Monday - Saturday 9am to 5:00pm
Sunday 10am - 4pm

Our Mardi Gras Business Hours
Friday 9-5  /  Saturday 9-3  / Sunday 10-4
In this newsletter you will find.....
  • DIY: Kokedama Workshop
  • Seasonal Ideas & Information for February
  • Christmas Tree Stand Reminder :)
  • Mardi Gras Galveston  
  • Seaside Casual Furniture 2019 
  • Bailey's Coupon
  • Giftshop:  new items arriving daily!
  • Greenhouse:   Accents for the Garden!

Sunday, February 10, 2019

  11:00 AM to 12:00 PM 

Learn from Autumn Nolte as she guides you on how to make your very own Fern Kokedama. Kokedama translates to "moss ball" and is a form of Japanese garden art. 


Workshop fee of $40 per person includes your choice of fern, moss, string, soil and step-by-step instructions. 

Class size is limited. 

Please call 409.763.4713 to pay in advance.



Seasonal Ideas & Information for February

The following are a list of activities to consider for your February gardening:
  • Vegetables & Herbs 
    - Our vegetable, tomato & herb transplants are arriving daily.    Looking for heirloom tomatoes, we will have them this week! We also  have lettuce, strawberries, chives, oregano, tarragon, rosemary, basil, sage and more! We are in full swing for this growing season!   If you start your plants from seeds, it is time to get them started:  arugula, beets, carrots, lettuce, & radishes. We have a large selection to choose from, including organics.   We can also help you select soil, compost and fertilizer for your garden.     Spring Vegetable Planting Guide
    Botanical Interests
    Tomato transplants

    Buttercrunch and Romaine lettuce growing now!
    Grow your own strawberries!
    Love this herb pot.....
  • Fruits & Nuts -  Early February is the best time of the year to prune fruit trees, vines and bushes.  To protect your fruit trees from pests, apply dormant oil or neem oil before new growth emerges in the spring.  Don't apply oil sprays within 24 hours of a freeze.  
  • Perennials & Annuals - If your cool-season beds are looking ragged, give them a light fertilization followed by a good watering to start the process of releasing nutrients to the plants.   Now is the time to divide summer and fall-blooming perennials and bulbs.  Ornamental grasses can also be divided. Plant cool season color:  cyclamen (50% OFF) , delphinium,  Gerbera daisies, geraniums, pansies, snapdragons, alyssum.

  • Trees, Shrubs & Vines - February is a great month to plant roses.  Consider planting some shrub roses (Drift Rose and Knockout Rose) as they bloom repeatedly through the year.  Make sure to choose a sunny location and one with good drainage.  We can help you select soil and fertilizer for your roses. February is also the month for pruning exisiting roses in your landscape.
    Knock Out Rose

  • Lawns - If you are going to use a pre-emergent on your lawn to control weeds, now is the time to apply. Corn gluten is the organic approach and that is what we recommend. 
    Corn Gluten Liquid Pre-emergent
    Corn Gluten Spreadable

    Use low nitrogen slow release fertilizers such as Nature's Creation 
    or Medina to promote steady growth that's more drought tolerant and resistant to disease.
Galveston County Master Gardeners Educational Programs:                      
  follow this link    2019 Gulf Coast Gardening for February


Please bring back your Christmas Tree Stand
and receive a $5 bill!
Friday, February 22nd thru Tuesday, March 5th

Our Mardi Gras Business Hours
Friday 9-5  /  Saturday 9-3  / Sunday 10-4
Custom Decor Available
Explore what's new for 2019

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 You may use this coupon toward your purchase of  
Seaside Casual Outdoor Furniture
New to our Giftshop!

Pure Coconut Oil Products
 all natural, edible ingredients
   Beauty products that will give you everything you need to moisturize, repair, and protect your skin...naturally.

New Arrivals

Totes, towels and more!


New Home Decor 
for Spring and Summer

Garden Flags

Ask about the Drop Ship Program for our Art Poles!
Visit Our Greenhouse

Beautiful succulents, indoor plants, fountains, pottery, 
copper weathervanes, outdoor art and more! 
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Peggy Cornelius, owner
Tom's Thumb Nursery & Landscaping   
Peggy Cornelius | Tom's Thumb Nursery & Landscaping  | 409-763-4713
2014 - 45th Street  Galveston, Texas 77550
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