Call us at: (325)656-2884
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Growing Native and Adaptable Perennials and Annuals for the Concho Valley.
Most plants are grown on site, in the Concho Valley or from the surrounding area.
This helps our plants be more likely to thrive in our landscapes of the Concho Valley.
We also offer experienced advice and on site consults for the Do It Yourself (DIY) home owner.
In addition as space is available we handle contract growing for companies that need greenhouse environment to raise seedlings.
Concho Natives ® 799 Abernathy Rd., San Angelo, TX 76905
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Always LANDSCAPE SMART
Proper maintenance will help your landscape survive. Raise mowers to 3-4 inches, water turf a full one inch and this should be good for a week.
Amend planting beds with 2-3" of compost prior to planting and then mulch with a mulch of your choice 3-4" after planting. Drip irrigation is the most effiecent way to water and healthier for your plants.
We will be opening Good Friday
April 3, 2015
April 11th - October
Will be open weekends
Closed Holiday Weekends
799 Abernathy Rd
San Angelo, TX 76905
off FM 388, 3 miles east of GAFB, Paintrock Road
Rainwater Harvesting Collection Formula
catchment area "roof" x 0.6 x rain amount = rainwater harvested
Exp: 2000 sq. ft roof x 0.6 x 1" rainfall = 1200 Gallons rainwater
(2000 x 0.6 x 1 = 1200)
Winter Check List
1. Clean tools.
2. Cut back Perennials
3. Trim trees before budding
4. Replenish Mulch
5. Clean gutters
6. Plan new areas
7. Irrigate if no rain
8. Check irrigation system for leaks, do repairs if needed.
First day of Spring:
Good Friday: April 3nd
Native flower bed: Spring Blooming, Purple Phlox, Yellow Yarrow and Salvia Greggi ready to pop in early Summer. Mexican Feather Grass in the far left background.