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On March 18, 2012, sweetmommy from Fulshear, TX wrote:
Forgive the grand daughter please, she is right!
I just love this place. I was told about them by a neighbor last year and eagerly awaited the first week of March, this year, for them to open. The plants are beautiful & healthy, the service is excellent and the prices are great! They raise every plant themselves.
I bought a Caper Bush last year and pickled my own capers. Wow! I'm not sure that I can eat store bought again.
The only way to know when they'll be open is through their mailing list or word of mouth.
This place is amazing! I have been going there for about six year's now and every year it is better than the last. The plants are very healthy and are about three times the size of the average Home Depot plant. The Owners are very knowledgeable and I am all too happy to support the local small business. Also, make sure you get there in the first week of the sale and be sure to bring a big truck to haul it all home in! Things go fast. It is one of the best kept secrets in the area. Happy Gardening!!
On March 30, 2009, Daisey53 from Brookshire, TX wrote:
Kind of an odd nursery that has been open for over 35 years but does not advertise. "Word of mouth" through customers and only open for 4 weeks in March and 1 week in December every year. These folks sell out quick and every visit the place is packed with customers. Owners are "mom and pop" style , very friendly and knowledgeable. Huge gallon geraniums, herbs, cacti and succulents, odd flowering perennials, patio planters and hanging baskets. Thousands of Poinsettias in December. Hidden at the back end of a subdivision. Very specialized, no trees or shrubs.
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This comment was submitted by the contact person for Pecan Hill Nursery. For obvious reasons, it is the stated policy of this site that companies can NOT submit customer feedback and inflate their own rating. The rating has been modified from "excellent" to "good" so that it will not affect the overall rating given by actual customers.On Mar 30, 2009 4:06 PM, Pecan Hill Nursery responded with: