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Beneath the Colorado sun, Jason Ballard stands holding a hammer, looking upon the half-finished home before him. As a green builder, Ballard takes pride in constructing homes designed for health and efficiency, but unfortunately, local suppliers often don’t have the products to match his passion. The dilemma prompts Ballard and a few friends to wonder: "What if we could get all the materials we're looking for under one roof?" Driven by this question, the founders of TreeHouse came together—some interested in sustainable building, some interested in cutting toxins out their lives, some fascinated by the money saved through energy efficiency—to amass an inventory of products that they would use or already were using in their own homes. The store's material experts score every item to meet rigorous health, performance, and sustainability standards, curating a catalog that ranges from insulation made of recycled denim to housewares made from bamboo veneer. Additionally, TreeHouse's home-improvement gurus demonstrate products at education stations, and host classes and events to teach DIY-minded homeowners how to undertake anything from remodels to digging a moat around the garage.

4477 S Lamar Blvd
Austin,
TX
US

An organic nursery captained by a mother-son duo, PlantEscape Gardens blooms with a verdant array of plants, gardening supplies, and seeds. Potting patrons can discover a selection of rare cacti and succulents ($2.25 for a 2" succulent, $10.99 for a 6" succulent), as well as citrus trees burgeoning with fruits ($79.99) and money trees sprouting future hotel tycoons. Customers can nourish their botanical babes with organic potting soil ($5.99–$11.99), organic fertilizers ($8.99–$18.99), and compost tea made in house ($3.99/gal.). Air plants, organic vegetable plants, and native species adorn the nursery with verdurous leaves, and packets of flower, herb, and vegetable seeds wait patiently for a green-thumbed life giver.

3507 S 1st St
Austin,
TX
US