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By: Ryan C.
Premier Nursery
I'm a frequent shopper at the Premier Nursery Euless location and decided to stop off at the Premier Nursery Benbrook location while I was visiting a friend who lived nearby.....same delightful experience as I've come to expect from these guys! Great staff, pricing and inventory! I highly recommend either location! Great business I'm happy to support!
By: T A.
Mike's Garden Center's Inc
Found a plant that I liked. Had to cut thru several rows of plants and carts, only to get up to the counter and be told that the sticker price on all of them are wrong, and the plant actually cost more. I asked if they would honor the lower price on the sticker, and the woman refused, even though the plant had completely uprooted and was hanging over the side of the pot.
By: Sara R.
Premier Nursery
We go here A LOT and every plant we have purchased has done really well unlike other places. I have never seen their trees laying on their side or any of their plant poorly taken care of. The staff has always been helpful and helps us locate plants that would do well in our difficult yard.
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By: Jason E.
Texas Hydroponics Fort Worth
loved the store and the guys there. perfect place to shop especially for the big big gardens.
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By: John C.
Premier Nursery
These places are rip offs. They will tell you one price on the phone, and you're supposed to get a discount with their coupons. When you actually get to the cash register all the sudden the first stated price was the "discounted price." In other words, there is no discount. The other things is that they do not take good care of their trees at all - laying on their side and unwatered.
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By: Allen K.
Mike's Garden Center's Inc
great bulbs and veggies. good variety of many different plants
Tips & Advices
A plant guarantee covers the buyer that if a plant doesn’t survive the guaranteed amount of time (usually one year, but sometimes up to 5), the plant will be replaced. This does not cover annuals, which have a life cycle of only 1 year.
How often to water a grass lawn depends on the climate, the type of soil that surrounds your property, and how deep the root system of your grass grows. A general rule for watering is: every day during summer in warm climates. This rule can be modified if lawns are older, or the climate cooler. For mature well-rooted lawns, deeper but less-frequent waterings are recommended as being healthier than daily 15-minute rinses.
Fruit trees should be watered different frequency of times depending when they were planted. Younger trees, up to the second growing season, should be watered twice a week. Make sure to give up to 1 full gallon of water weekly to newly planted trees during their growing season, and more when it’s gaining  eaves. Once the tree reaches mature fruit-bearing stage, waterings can be cut back, as the roots are sunk and can find ground water.
The question of when to plant fruit trees really depends on climate. The general rules are: You should not plant fruit trees when the ground is frozen, when the peak daytime temperature is more than 90 degrees Fahrenheit, or when the forecast shows extreme weather (i.e. a tornado warning). Aside from those rules, the suggested planting times are either fall (which most people recommend) or spring (for bare-root trees).
There are many kits sold on the market that measure soil pH levels. Dyes, test strips, and electronic pH meters are all formulated to assist the home gardener. Many people choose to simply shake up soil and distilled water, and then measure the pH with a hand-held meter However, some people consider this method not very useful, and suggest using a lab for greater accuracy.

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