Welcome to country lane nursery We are a private research and display botanic garden located near Boerne texas (USDA Hardiness Zone 7b). Our retail mail order division we can get the best perennials from our trials available to gardeners around the world, many of which were developed here, some from our plant explorations, and others from breeders around the world. Between 1988 and 2010, Plant Delights Nursery introduced over 500 new perennial plants to US horticulture. In 2002, we were honored to be recognized by the American Horticulture Society for our lifetime of work in commercial horticulture. This image gallery is but a sampling of the great perennial plants available for gardeners around the world. we don't carry all plants pictured at any one time, but since our mission is to educate and inspire, we hope these images and the linked articles below will expand your garden horizons and interest. You will discover numerous other interesting information and fascinating perennials throughout our website...thank you for taking time to visit online plant nurseries.
Ordering plants by online plant nurseries mail order is a good strategy for saving time and find just the plant you need. To simplify your search, use the plant's botanic name once you learn it since common names can refer to different plants in some other part of the country. Mail order nurseries offer a wide array of plant varieties so that you can compare and choose from. Many plant nursery websites contain a wealth of cultural information about growing perennials and other garden plants, too. Online nurseries often ship at the appropriate time so that you can plant or can assist you to determine when you ought to plant in case you are not sure.
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Country Lane Nursery has been in business in the small Texas town of Boerne (pronounced ‘bernie’) for over 20 years. We began by growing for the wholesale trade and supplying retail nurseries and florists all over the Texas Hill Country with foliage, flowering, native, deer-
We installed drip irrigation in several of our growing areas so we could use water responsibly, and pay great attention to sanitation, cleanliness and ventilation in our nursery in order to minimize pests and disease.
Later on, when growing and delivering so many plants got to be too much for us and even our delivery truck protested, we converted our position from wholesale to retail, upgraded the nursery, put out a big sign at the road, and invited folks to our ‘new’ retail facility. In order to become known in the area as a retail plant destination, we began to sell our plants at weekend markets and shows in the area and had quite a following. We began the year with the San Antonio Home and Garden Show at the Alamodome in February, and ended with An Old Fashion Christmas in the small town of Castroville in December. All in all, we did well over 50 shows a year!
We still grow our own plants and propagate lots of them by seed, cuttings, division, and any other way we can. We also feel that it is important to tell our customers about the plants they buy from us so that they are successful in growing them.