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PostPosted: Mon Jun 16, 2003 7:54 am 
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I'm starting a series of threads for y'all to list the places you can go to get organic products in your area. If anyone accidentally posts to the wrong city, I'll go ahead and move it to the right place (if I can). If you list a place that specialized in only one or a few organic products, please let us know. For example if a place only sells compost, we need to know not to go there for alfalfa meal or corn gluten meal.

If the numbers of visits to this thread don't warrant leaving this message near the top of the forum, then I'll take the 'sticky' off and let it drift.

I'm starting this series of threads for the bigger cities in Texas. If there is interest in other towns or cities outside of Texas, please start your own thread here and I'll put the sticky on it. If the super administrator wants to move this to a new forum, that might happen, since this is not just a lawns issue. If that happens, I'll let y'all know where to find them.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 21, 2003 9:40 pm 
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Teas Nursery on Ballair Blvd. carries Bradfield fertilizer. You should call ahead because they occasionally run out. I would like to find a more organic nursery, but have had no luck. I have found a few places to get native plants--but they aren't totally organic.


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Southwest Fertilizer, 5828 Bissonnet, has a great selection of organic fertilizers and supplies.
You can also check out their website: www.yardgeek.com


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Check out the links at

http://www.ag-org.com/retail.html

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I wish we had Howard Garrett's radio talk show piped down here some way. It seems like Houston has some doors to open. - Susan

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Thanks for the info on WBAP.COM....I checked it out here in Houston. We are usually at the farm on the weekends (near Weimar) and I am on a waiting list for a DSL line there.....so--this will be great! I just received today HG's latest book and it is great. Love all the pictures. - Susan

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 18, 2006 3:09 pm 
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I've been listening via the web rebroadcasts for a few days and love being able to get the Dirt Doctor in Houston now.

My question is -- I haven't noticed any new updates here or a complete listing of organic nurseries or vendors here in Houston. Can you please reply with this information or point me to where to find this on the website?

Thx!

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2007 5:58 pm 
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Here's the list we have on the web site. Hope it helps.

Arcadia Nursery
713-515-5338


Bering's
3900 Bissonnet
Houston, TX 77005
713-665-0500
www.berings.com


Bering's
6101 Westheimer
Houston, TX 77057
713-785-6400
www.berings.com


Buchanan's Native Plants
611 E 11th St
Houston, TX 77008-7109
713-861-5702


Buffalo Gal & Money Creek Buffalo Ranch
32488 Cody Drive
Houston, MN 55943
507-896-2345


Central City Co-Op
2115 Taft St.
Houston, TX 77006
713-524-9408


Condon Gardens
7706 Hammerly Blvd.
Houston, TX 77055
713-782-0318
www.condongardens.com


ECO-Centre of Houston
2801 W. Sam Houston Pkwy. N.
Houston, TX 77034
713-490-7444 ext. 325


Houston Palm Tree
20420 Gulf Freeway
Webster, TX 77598
281-338-2658


Living Earth Technology
12202 Cutten Rd.
Houston, TX 77066
281-537-2377
www.livingearth.net


Living Earth Technology
5625 Crawford Rd.
Houston, TX 77041
713-466-7360
www.livingearth.net


Living Earth Technology
16717 Katy Freeway
Houston, TX 77094
281-579-1472
www.livingearth.net

Nature's Way Resources
101 Sherbrook Circle
Conroe, Texas 77385

(936) 321- 6990 Houston Metro
(936) 273-1200 Conroe/Montgomery County
(936) 273-1655 Fax



Plants for All Seasons
21328 State Hwy. 249 & Louetta Rd.
Houston, TX 77070
281-376-1646


Plants for all Seasons
21328 State Highway 249
Houston, TX 77070
281-376-1646


RCW Nurseries Incorporated
15809 State Highway 249
Houston, TX 77086
281-440-5161


RCW Nurseries, Inc. Williamson Tree Farm
15809 Tornball Parkway
Houston, TX 77086
281-440-5156
www.rcwnurseries.com


SanJacinto Environmental
2221 West 34th St.
Houston, TX 76048
254-786-2005


Shades of Texas
2618 Genoa Red Bluff Rd.
Houston, TX 77034
281-991-8733


The Backyard Gardener
5117 North Main
Houston, TX 77009
www.backyardgardenerhouston.com


Wabash Antiques & Feed Store
5701 Washington Ave
Houston, TX 77007-5136
713-863-8322


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I'm up Northeast Houston and am not finding one source that carries all I need. Talked with Kingwood Garden Center (most things need to be special ordered), went to Porter to Knox Farm and Feed, they have DE and a few other things. When are we going to get something closer to us for all our Organic Needs. :x P.S. The Kingwood Garden Club goes all the way out to Nature's Way for their needs, I think that is too far to drive.


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I have began using them for all of my organic needs as well as dog food. Unfortunately, I can't get Munster there, but he has lots of other holistic alternatives.

Their store is in Downtown Old Town Katy. Super, super nice guy -- very good local reference for help.

Eddie & Rosanne Lopez

ABC Country Store

281-391-3333

abccountrystore@consolidated.net

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 05, 2009 5:47 pm 
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http://www.homesweetfarm.com/

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 13, 2009 1:17 pm 
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On the south end of town, Stanton's in Alvin carries an assortment of organic ammendments. Also, there is a feed store in Pearland on 35 (near McCoys, south of 518) that has some products.


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