Lawn & Garden in Cultural District


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  • Fort Worth Botanic Garden
    Blanketing more than 100 acres, Fort Worth Botanic Garden houses several disparate gardens that welcome locals and tourists whether they want quiet reflection or a social stroll amid arboreal beauty. The Fragrance Garden lives up to its name by engaging olfactory zones with a dozen uniquely scented plants. In the 7-acre Japanese Garden, visitors commune with plants and animals, including the pond's koi fish and their pet minnows.
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    3220 Botanic Garden Blvd.
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • D H Collection
    We offer the best selection of home decor including modern furnishings and luxury bed linens. We also offer in-home interior design consultations.
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    3320 W 7th St
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • Pat Reese Enterprises
    Thirty-eight years ago, while working as a decorator for Sears department store in Fort Worth, Pat Reese met Noah Bazer. Bazer was a master upholsterer who crafted custom slipcovers for stores around town. She asked him to teach her his trade, and he took her on as a student. After four years, she was skilled enough to become his business partner. They worked together as Bazer & Reese for years, and their reputation for high-quality slipcovers spread throughout Texas. In 1990, after Bazer lost his wife of many years, he left the company and moved to Florida. Today, Reese leads a team of artisans in crafting slipcovers and draperies of the same high quality that Bazer was known for. Customers can peruse a wide variety of fabrics, including eco-friendly green fabrics made from hemp, organic cotton, and other sustainably sourced fibers. The artisans then craft the fabrics into coverings for sofas, chairs, and other furniture. They also create draperies and custom upholstery.
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    316 Bailey Ave
    Fort Worth, TX US
  • The Greener Good
    Frustrated in her quest to secure toxin-free wares for her baby’s nursery, Liz Johnston began to closely research the origins of products that claimed to be green or natural. Her discoveries inspired her to found The Greener Good, which compiles only eco-friendly, chemical-free goods for abodes and bodies. Johnston researches all of her suppliers’ claims, and her scrutiny has earned her praise from the Star-Telegram. She’ll happily relay her products’ origin stories to curious customers, leaving them feeling confident in the quality of their purchases and in their purchases' ability to be licked without repercussions.
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    925 Foch Street
    Fort Worth, TX US

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