Welcome to Eco Blossom Nursery - an online garden store that specializes in Texas native and well-adapted plants.
We are based in Fort Worth, Texas, and we are a small, local business. We sell native and well-adapted plants that we know from experience do well in the Fort Worth/Dallas area. We also offer organic garden products.
Why shop with us? We know our stuff! Our plant catalog is filled with detailed photos and information specific to our area that we have gathered from years of experience. Also, the delivery is FREE and order minimum is only $75. If you are outside of our delivery area or you would prefer to pick up your order, we offer pickup by appointment with $45 order minimum. Just place your order and email us to schedule your pickup.
We are here to set you up for success! Any questions? We thought so... we have compiled a list of questions and answers in our FAQ section.
Successfully introducing a new plant into your garden requires that you get to know each other. And part of that process is finding out how much sun your new plant needs – and what kind of sun. You...October 25 2018
Butterfly season can be very inspiring to budding and seasoned gardeners alike. How do you attract these and other delicate creatures to your garden? We all know that adult butterflies feed on nect...October 20 2018
Buttonbush has a graceful growing habit and is a handsome shrub, but can be easily overlooked. That changes around May when it starts blooming. Its flowers are perfectly round creamy puffs that loo...September 26 2018
Rock rose does not need much. It is not demanding other than asking for good drainage and some sun. It takes our North Texas weather in strides and laughs in the face of heat and drought. In return...September 13 2018
If you are going to plant just one native plant in your garden, Turk’s cap should be it. It is a workhorse of a plant that is extremely versatile and perfect for beginners as it is not particular a...September 06 2018
Butterfly gardening is easy and rewarding. All it takes is providing a few simple things that butterflies (and generally speaking all pollinators) need: nectar and host plants, shelter and water.September 04 2018