Sandy's Nursery's team of agricultural artisans performs house calls every day, returning gardens to the sapling splendor of their youth. Spade-wielders can pull stubborn weeds, water thirsty plants, and trim back vines that threaten to engulf your garden's gnome community. The nursery houses a large selection of plants, specializing in palm trees and cacti, as well as pots and decorations in clay, concrete, and iron. Be sure to take a gander at some of Sandy's gardening tips, with advice on mowing, water conservation, and disciplining your photosynthetic charges.
House of Flowers' floral design supervisor Rosemary Traba is a certified Texas Master Florist who regularly trains the staff at House of Flowers in the latest arrangement, design techniques, and rogue blossom containment protocols. Their petal palace features wide flower selections onsite and large walk-in coolers. Decorate a home for autumn with the Bountiful rose bouquet ($29.99), featuring red and orange spray roses and seeded eucalyptus in a ceramic pumpkin container, or make friends with the six-inch teddy bear embracing a vase of purple lisianthus and feathery limonium in the Big Hug bouquet ($47.99). For a numerically rebellious bouquet, opt for the Texas Dozen roses, which contains 15 long-stem red roses ($65).
Devault's Floral & Gift Shop crafts multihued masterpieces of scent, texture, and pigment. Though they specialize in modern spray arrays, Devault's also offers European and traditional arrangements, such as the arrive in style, a conglomeration of Asiatic lilies, light pink roses, cushion spray chrysanthemums, and more ($34.95). The isle of white celebrates birthdays and successful military coups with a simple array of creme roses and white Asiatic lilies in a bubble vase ($42.95), and purple tulips bask in a clear glass vase ($34.95 for 10). Devault Floral also offers same-day delivery for its fragrant wares, though the Groupon cannot be applied to the $7.50 delivery charge.