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Rio Grande Nursery was established in Brownsville about 1945.This area of the country is known as The Rio Grande Valley which is in USDA Zone 10.This fertile farm land produces excellent cotton, sorghum, sugarcane, onions, watermelons and is known worldwide for its Citrus. Traditionally water has been provided by hundreds of miles of irrigation canals flowing from the Rio Grande River which Separates Texas from Mexico. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Home | New | Plants | Directions | About | Contact | Sitemap For Bamboo or general nursery questions E-Mail CayDee Caldwell HERE Phone 281-342-4016 Fax 281-341-7367 * Local call from Houston or Rosenberg * 2436 Band Road, Rosenberg, Texas 77471 Twenty minutes from Houston out Hwy 59 south, Exit Hwy 36 south to first full traffic light at Band Road, turn right on Band Rd, we are on the right, one mile. No dogs allowed at the nursery!
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Greenhouse Program Plant propagation requires an understanding of how dormant seeds germinate in the soil of their natural environment. Our native seeds have evolved to withstand the harsh winter conditions of the Northeast, so prior to propagation in the artificial conditions of the greenhouse, these and other environmental triggers must first be replicated to break seed dormancy. This involves using physical and biological processes specific to each species. For example, some plants set seed in late summer and eventually make their way into the soil where they are exposed to months of cold, wet conditions before they germinate. Other seeds are eaten by birds and are exposed to stomach acids before they are deposited into the soil.
Here is a decision guideline to help you plan your greenhouse. If you have questions about any aspect of the greenhouse, please call, fax or e-mail us. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff is waiting to help.
The Texas Greenhouse Company knows that it takes more than just a greenhouse building to make a successful growing season. That is why we have a wide variety of accessories available for purchase to enhance your greenhouse. We have everything from cold frames and propagation mats to misting fans and thermostats that take all the guesswork out of growing.
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