Plants that Repel Mosquitoes

It is officially summer, which means many things for West Texas: extreme heat, occasional afternoon storms, wind, and bugs among them. Many want to enjoy the cooler weather in the mornings and evenings but find it difficult to do so due to the many critters out. One of the most annoying? Mosquitoes. If you are interested in enjoying the outdoors without mosquitoes as well as the sticky, smelly bug spray that many use to keep them away, here are some plants that repel mosquitoes!

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Wild Gins in the Garden Tasting

Come sip the only Gins in the world to use unique West Texas Junipers foraged by hand in the West Texas Mountains. We will have the creator of this Austin based company on hand to talk to us about this unique botanical delight. To learn more and to register, go to...

New Terra Cotta Pots

If you need a little updating or something new to look at when it comes to your flowerbeds or indoor plants, Little Red Nursery has some new terra cotta pots in store. With a variety of sizes, designs, shapes, and more, you can make your space look even better with...

Tacos and Popsicles Garden Party

Saturday at 11 AM – 2 PM77–106°F Sunny Little Red Riding Hood Nursery / Little Red Landscapes Join us in the garden for Mi Kocina Food Truck and Frios Gourmet Pops!

Plants that Repel Mosquitoes

It is officially summer, which means many things for West Texas: extreme heat, occasional afternoon storms, wind, and bugs among them. Many want to enjoy the cooler weather in the mornings and evenings but find it difficult to do so due to the many critters out. One...

Happy Bears in the Garden

If you are needing something to look forward to, we have great news! Little Red Riding Hood Nursery brings you Happy Bears in the Garden. Though this event has been postponed, we are excited to host! Happy Bear Meadery is going to be bringing their tasty treats! Come...

Defining Our Legacy

There is a steady flow of various media that kindles our fascination with the past. Ours is not the first generation to harbor this obsession. Each generation strengthens the pyramid of humanity with its unique contributions. Unfortunately, each generation suffers its...

Gardening’s Last Frontier

  You probably would not be surprised to know that there is a great disparity between American people living in densely populated urban areas, and those dwelling in more rural conditions. It is hard to say when the American dream of ancestral immigrants building...

Gardening Full Circle

  The idea that history repeats itself has long been present in the interpretation of the way we behave, dress, and value life as a nation. Our values in gardening have also began to shift in a cyclical way. As humanity grows and progresses, its understanding of...

Upon August

August always serves as our transition period.The summer is now winding down into what we hope will be a refreshingly crisp fall with a dazzling array of colors on every tree. Soon the hot, slow days will be enveloped by the hustle of school, fall sports and all of...

Eating (REALLY) Local

Peace of mind can be found in knowing where your food comes from. In recent generations, the disconnect between producer and consumer has widened. Throughout human history, people have either lived on the same land that their food source did, or personally knew the entity responsible for the food’s production. For most of us, particularly in more densely populated areas, this is no longer the case. Much of what we eat is a total mystery.

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