Archive for Author: sevillefarms

Avoid Winter Gardening Woes

Winter is here, taking our gardens under with sustained inclement weather. Many people leave gardening by the wayside in the colder months. But why stop a beloved hobby just because it’s blustery outside? Start early on your New Year’s resolutions and ring in the holiday season with exciting ideas...

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Pet-Friendly Plants Safe for Fido and Fluffy

Are you a dog mom or cat lover that is constantly careful about which of your favorite plants will keep your pets happy and healthy? All pet owners take great measures to ensure the safety of our furry friends, but sometimes danger can come from unexpected places… like your...

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Seville Farms Fall Favorites!

Fall: That time of year when we put away our swim gear and break out the scarves. While most think that the best season for vibrant plants is spring, we beg to differ! The change of seasons brings rich color to enhance the first cool fall breeze that we...

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Cozy up for the season with these garden-related décor ideas

Do you have the cozy-season gardening doldrums? You know of what we speak: The cooler, darker months just don’t seems lend themselves to plants. Yet we challenge you to change your thinking. The cozy months—which we think of as between September and February—still call for plants and greenery in...

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Got Your Garden Ready for Autumn?

Ready for autumn? Is your garden? Click through the links below for some of our favorite around-the-web tips for fall gardening in the Seville Farms part of the world: Best Fall-Blooming Annuals and Perennials Fall Blooms Best Bets for Fall Flowers Have a few great autumn gardening tips you’d...

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Teaming up for Hurricane Harvey Relief

Seville Farms grows products throughout Texas. This means, quite literally, that our roots are in Texas. So when Harvey hit our great state, how could we not help? Seville Farms teamed up with Stonewater Church in Granbury, Texas, Sportsman’s Church in Victoria, Texas, and Lowe’s in Granbury, Texas, to...

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Seville Farms Rehomes Half a Million Plant Specimens

When the University of Louisiana at Monroe needed to find a new home for an herbarium of nearly half a million native-Louisiana plant specimens, Fort Worth’s Botanical Research Institute of Texas excitedly raised its hand. The problem? How do you easily move a delicate collection of plant specimens hundreds...

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Cure the Summertime Blues with Summertime Blooms

We know, we know: it’s the dog days of summer and sometimes the last thing you want to do is work outside in the yard. But we propose an incentive to make it easier to enjoy that glass of iced tea or a cold brew on your porch or...

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