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Nacogdoches Nursery

Posted by birdbite z8b (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 12, 11 at 18:56

I believe I once heard that Greg Grant has a nursery in Nacogdoches - does anyone know the name of it?

thanks!


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RE: Nacogdoches Nursery

Don't know if it's current or not, but I found this mention from 2004:

Here is a link that might be useful: Scroll to the bottom


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thank you! I was able to research it from your information and sadly found out that it closed in 2008. Thanks for your help!


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Hmm. that happened to be when Greg Grant started working for Stephen F Austin State University.


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  • Posted by alameda 8 - East Texas (My Page) on
    Mon, Jan 24, 11 at 22:58

I am from Lufkin and was very familiar with Nachoniche Gardens. It was very like Blue Moon Gardens near Tyler. I loved going there and was so sad when it closed. But if you want to go to a nice nursery in Nacogdoches, try Cook's on the Douglas Hwy. It has everything!! Clean, neat, helpful staff. I adore it!! Great selection of shrubs, roses, annuals, perennials, pots, etc. etc. I practically live there in the spring, hauling blooming things home to my garden. The SFA Mast Arboretum has a spring sale in April that has loads of goodies - I never miss it [was on a walker due to knee surgery last year and went anyway]. Another good one is King's Nursery in Teneha. I was all primed to go to Cook's until the monsoon started.....


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thank you for your nursery suggestions!


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Does anyone know where I can get Lynn's Legacy Texas Sage? It was developed in East Texas and I was hoping that it is sold in a Nursery in Nachodoches or thereabout. Thanks.


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Havent heard of that one, but you might contact the SFA Arboretum, Cooks Nursery or Aubrey King at King's Nursery in Teneha [he would know of it and would probably have it]


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I don't, Susan, but if you find it, would you post and let us know WHERE? Thanks.


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