Staying Alive: Succulents

Christmas season is just around the corner! Which means for this year’s season of joy Succulents are the way to go for gift giving. Before you present these beautiful little plants to your loved ones make sure you know how to properly care for them. Watering is a big part of their care (like most plants). The fastest way to …

Gifting for a Gardener

Christmas is the perfect time to gift gardening essentials to that person in your life who wants to start a garden. What do you get someone who wants to start a garden in December? A lot of veggies are sure to freeze if they get planted in the ground now. We have a gift for everyone at Round Rock Gardens. …

The Christmas Cactus

When a trend meets Christmas time, you have the perfect gift. This year, Christmas Cactus are flying off the shelf faster than poinsettias. They come in different colors; red, pink, and white. Here are some of the reasons people are loving the Schlumbergera, a.k.a the Christmas Cactus, which was given its name because it blooms from December to January. If …

Keep on Planting

Winter is approaching fast and we’re not ready to stop planting! Maybe you’re not ready to stop planting either. Round Rock Garden Center has many containers to create a beautiful container garden you can keep inside. If you’re wishing to plant a citrus tree, annuals, or even perennials, don’t let winter hold you back. However, if you’re planning to plant …

Incorporating Flowers Into Thanksgiving

Each year, Thanksgiving preparations get skipped over and people start to celebrate Christmas the first week of November. This year, take some time to celebrate all the things you’re thankful for around a table decorated with nature and flowers from your local garden center. Here are a few ways your centerpiece can go above and beyond traditional holiday decor. Create …

Origin of the Christmas Tree

Every Christmas, people all over America put up Christmas trees in their living room. Some choose natures tree and others prefer wacky colored artificial. The options are endless when it comes to choosing what kind of Christmas tree you want for your home, but have you ever considered why we follow this strange tradition; putting a tree in the middle …

Preparing for Christmas

Every year it seems like people prepare for Christmas earlier and earlier. Well, it’s the most wonderful time of the year and we want you to feel prepared right along with us. The garden center has started hanging lights, preparing for tree flocking, a wreath making class, and our annual open house. With two months left before Christmas day is …

Decorating for Halloween

Round Rock Gardens is the spookiest garden center for households who love thrills and chills. During the month of October, we know it’s important to have the creepiest yard on the block. Round Rock Garden Center has Halloween decor for the garden and home. We even have carving, mini, and pie pumpkins for sale- so add a spooky jack-o-lantern to …

Forever Evergreen Shrubs

During the winter season plants start to go dormant and yards/gardens begin to look sparse. The evergreen shrub prevents yards from looking dead all year long, simply by doing what it was naturally created to do. There are other benefits that come along with an evergreen shrub; year-round shelter for wildlife, winter color, and year-round privacy for homes. Birds and …

Yard Beautification

  After a long hot summer, it can be difficult to know where to start for fall. The grass is dead and the yard is barren. The best tip to remember when you’re trying to clean up this fall is, FALL IS FOR PLANTING. A little fertilizer, a few annuals, and a tree or two will bring your yard back …