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Natural Awakenings Dallas -Fort Worth Metroplex Edition


Farmers' Market Guide


Buying produce and goods locally supports family farmers, protects the genetic diversity of crops and reduces environmental impact. Less travel time often equates to richer, more nutrient-dense and tastier fruits and veggies. Buying locally inspires creativity, community sharing and gratitude toward food that is often lost in big box stores and major grocery chains. Those in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex have an abundance of opportunities to unite with farmers, connect with the soil and savor the flavors and colors of the season. Whether looking for a juicy organic tomato, a beautiful Texas native flower or a handcrafted piece of jewelry, these farms, farm to table restaurants, farmers, markets and garden centers will accommodate a wide variety of needs.





Farmers Markets

Collin County


Celina’s Friday Night Market

The mission of Friday Night Market on the Square is to provide locally grown, fresh, and high quality produced products while giving local farmers, producers, and artisans an economic outlet within Celina. Market runs from 6-9pm on select Fridays. Check website for calendar of events.

          142 N Ohio Street, Celina



Fairview Farms Marketplace

Local and pesticide-free fruits and vegetables. Also unique pottery, restaurant and relaxing patio onsite. Open Tuesday-Sunday, 9am-6pm.

          3312 North Central Expressway, Plano



Farmersville Farmers and Fleas Market

In its 13th year, this Main Street project is a combination Farmers Market and Flea Market, featuring fresh produce, plants, food, crafts, collectibles, jewelry and more. Every first Saturday of the month 9am-3pm.

          151 S Main St, Farmersville



Frisco Fresh Market

A brand new farmers market experience, Frisco Fresh Market brings more than 150 local farmers, producers, artisans, chefs and craftsmen together in a spacious indoor and outdoor marketplaces. The outdoor market is open Thursday through Friday 11am-6pm and Saturday and Sunday 8am-6pm. The indoor market is coming 2019.

            9215 John W. Elliot, Frisco




Frisco Rotary Farmers Market

Browse an abundance of farm fresh produce, meats, eggs, baked goods, preserves, handcrafted items and more. Also check the calendar for special events and kids’ activities. Open every Saturday through October 27, 8am-12pm.

          8821 4th St, Frisco



Georgia’s Farmers Market

A local family-owned produce market located in downtown Plano specializing in homegrown produce, locally made jams, salsa, candles and more. Open Tuesday through Saturday 9am-6pm, and Sunday-Monday 9am-3pm.

          916 E 15th St, Plano



Lola’s Local Market

From fruits and veggies to jarred goods and firewood, this market carries a little of everything. Hours Are Tuesday and Wednesday 10am-2pm and 4pm-7pm; Thursday 10am-2pm; Friday 11am-7pm; Saturday 10am-6pm; and Sunday 10am-5pm.

          1771 Kever Main, Melissa



Luscombe Farm’s Farmers Market

This market supports more than 20 local farmers and artisans. Enjoy fresh vegetables and fruit, Texas-made products, delicious BBQ, and kid friendly activities, all while supporting local farmers and enjoying the Texas country atmosphere. Every 2nd and 4th Sunday from 11am-3pm.

          8649 Luscombe Farm Drive, Anna



McKinney’s Farmers Market

Previously ranked the number one farmers market in Texas, they have local fed beef and free range chicken, pasta, baked goods, sauce, wine, flowers, old fashioned candy, ice cream, art, live music and face painting every Saturday at Chestnut Square from 8am-12pm through November 17th.

          Tennessee and Hunt Streets, McKinney



Dallas County


Coppell Farmers Market

This weekly market runs rain or shine every Saturday from 8am-12pm. Products include candles, bakery items, dog biscuits, dairy, eggs, salmon, berries, honey, plants, flowers and more. All produce is grown within a 150 mile radius of Coppell.

          768 W Main St, Coppell



Cox Farms Market

This fourth-generation family-owned and operated grocery store provides all natural goods and seasonal produce from local farmers at a reasonable price. The market is open Monday through Saturday 8am-7pm and Sunday 9am-6pm.


          1026 S Main St, Duncanville



          778 Fort Worth Ave, Dallas



Dallas Farmers Market

In the heart of downtown Dallas, the Dallas Farmers Market is cultivating a healthy lifestyle through The Market, a food hall with eateries and shops, and The Shed, the farmers market in an open air shed. The Market is open daily 10am-7pm, with some shops opening earlier and staying open later.  The Shed offers local produce and natural meat, honey and eggs directly from farms and ranchers, along with food artisans. The Shed is open Fridays 10am-3pm; Saturdays 9am-5pm; and Sunday 10am-5pm.  

          The Market:

          920 S Harwood, Dallas

          The Shed:

          1010 S Pearl Expy, Dallas




Eden’s Organic Garden Center

This market is the first and only all organically and locally raised farmer direct market. A range of fresh organic produce is available. The market is open April through December 6th from 9am-noon on 1st, 3rd, and 5th Saturdays.

          4710 Pioneer Rd, Balch Springs



Farmers Branch Farmer Market

This market features locally grown produce, honey, soaps, lotions, candles, beef jerky, beef, chicken eggs, essential oils, artisan crafts and more. Also enjoy live music and food trucks on select weekends. Hours of operation are Saturdays 5-8pm, weekly Through September 29.

          12700 Denton Dr, Farmers Branch



Four Seasons Markets

Established to develop a European style, the market provides a place for ranchers, farmers, specialty food produces and craftsmen to interact with consumers in a family-friendly atmosphere. The outdoor Markets average 35 vendors and are held weekly on Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday throughout North Texas. Check website for rotating location and time.


Grand Prairie Farmers Market

Located in Market Square, the market offers locally grown produce, tamales, salsas, pasta, sweets, eggs, honey, soap, candles and more. Open late March through mid-December every Saturday from 8am-1pm.

          120 W Main St, Grand Prairie



The Market Place DFW

The Mesquite location is opened every 2nd and 4th Saturday from April through October and the Garland location is opened every 1st and 3rd Saturday from April through October. The market supports local growers, artists, craftsmen and merchants. Hours of operation are 9am-2pm.


          150 W Main St, Mesquite


          108 N 6th S, Garland



Paul Quinn Market

Shop local produce, honey, eggs, meats, baked goods and breads, plant starts, homemade soaps and beauty products, tamales, pickles and more. All products sourced within a 150 mile radius of Dallas. Thursdays 3-7pm.

          3837 Simpson Stuart Rd, Dallas



Red Tent Farmers Market

Red Tent Markets goal is to provide a market place for small business owners and farmers to promote their homegrown or handmade products. Check website for rotating hours and locations.



Rosemeade Market & Greenhouse

This market and greenhouse is stocked with variety of plants, seasonal fruits, local meals, dairy, vegetable and natural and organic foods. Their plant farm now consists of nearly 130 greenhouses and covers nearly thirty acres, growing high-quality bedding plants, right inside the Dallas city limit. The market is open 7 days a week, Monday through Saturday 8am-4:30pm and Sunday 9am-5pm.

          3646 E Rosemeade Pkwy, Dallas  



Saint Michael’s Farmers Market

The market is from 8am-noon, every Saturday, rain or shine, through September 15. Farmers and growers practice natural, sustainable and organic techniques, and all products come from a 150 mile radius of Dallas County. Special items include baked goods, cheeses, tamales, meats and pastas.

          All Angel’s Episcopal Church, 8011 Douglas Ave, Dallas

          [email protected]


White Rock Market

Shop local produce, honey, eggs, meats, baked goods and breads, plant starts, homemade soaps and beauty products, tamales, pickles and more. All products sourced within a 150 mile radius of Dallas. Saturdays 8am-12pm.

          9150 Garland Rd, Dallas



Denton County


Denton County Farmers Market

From June to September on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays this market is open from 7am-sellout. Here you can find tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, okra, onion, watermelon, peaches, cantaloupe, honey dew melon and more.

          420 W Sycamore, Denton



Denton Community Market

This producer-only farmers market market features live music, kids activities, local farms, local artists, food trucks, food vendors and more. 8am-12pm through Labor Day.

          317 W Mulberry St, Denton



Ellis County


Ennis Farmers Market

The Ennis Farmers Market welcomes 500+ patrons on any given Saturday, who browse 25 vendors providing a wide selection of fruits, vegetables, honey, meat, nuts, cottage, and prepared food and crafts. Special events and cooking demos scheduled throughout the season. Open every Saturday through October, 8am-1pm.

            104 N McKinney St, Ennis




Waxahachie Farmers Market

From April to October, the market has locally grown produce, plants, spices, eggs, jams and jellies, jewelry, pottery, clothing and other foods and décor items. The market is open Saturdays 8am-1pm.

          410 S Rogers St, Waxahachie



Grayson County


Colwell’s Farmers Market

This market seeks to give local farmers a location to sell their agricultural products directly to the consumers and to give consumers an opportunity to purchase fresh, nutritious and high-quality seasonal fruit and vegetables from local producers. Hours are Monday-Saturday 9am-5:30pm and Sunday 10am-4pm.

          9079 Hwy 377, Collinsville



Downtown Denison Farmers Market

This market is open to locally-produced, handcrafted items, plants and flowers, and traditional produce. ​Products available include fruits, vegetables, trees, flowers, nuts, breads, cakes, pickles, jams, jellies, spices and much more. Hours are Wednesdays 3-6pm and Saturdays 9am-12pm.

          701 W Main St, Denison



Johnson County


Burleson Farmers Market

The market’s goal is to provide visitors with the freshest, highest quality local fruits, vegetables, breads, meats and other products. Offerings include fresh produce, natural chicken and beef, fresh salsa, essential oils and more. Open every Saturday through October 6th from 8am-12pm.

          217 W Renfro St, Burleson


Kaufman County


Ham Orchards

This market has been operating since 1979 and consists of 100 acres containing five orchards with approximately 10,000 peach trees and a variety of additional fruit trees. Picked peaches, cider made with fresh fruits, or homemade pies are available to take home. Visitors can also try the markets award winning soft serve ice cream made with their own peaches and strawberries. Mid-May through mid-August, hours of operation are Monday through Saturday 9am-5pm.

          11939 County Rd 309, Terrell



Navarro County


Corsicana Brick Street Farmers Market

This market is seasonal, open air and producer-only with all products made and grown within a 150 mile radius. Products include meats, fruits, vegetables, honey, eggs and more. Hours of operation are Saturdays 8am-12pm, April-November.

          Corner of N 12th St and W 5th Ave, Corsicana



Rockwall County


Rockwall Farmers Market

Since 2008, this market has provided fresh produce and specialty foods such as grass-fed meats, fresh baked artisans breads, farm eggs, seafood, honey, jams, pasta, tamales and more to the community. Local talent plays live music every week. Our seasonal market is open Saturday mornings from the beginning of May until the end of September, 8am-12pm.

          101 Rusk St, Rockwall



Tarrant County


Bedford Farmers Market

This family-owned business carries fresh produce, tamales, local honey, grass fed beef, fresh salsa, hormone-free chicken and more. The market is open Monday through Saturday 8am-7pm and Sunday at 9am-6pm.

          2824 Brown Trail, Bedford



Clear Fork Farmers Market

The Clearfork Farmers Market features more than 25 local farmer, rancher and artisan vendors every Saturday, year-round. The market is committed to providing fresh, high-quality and locally grown products to the Fort Worth community. Hours are 8am-12pm.

          4801 Edwards Ranch Rd, Fort Worth

          [email protected]


Cowtown Farmers Market

Open year-round on Saturdays 8am-12pm. This market has been around for more than 30 years and is a member of Go Texan and North Texas Farmers Market Association. Fruits, vegetables, micro-greens, grass-fed meats, cheese, flowers, herbs, artisan baked goods, tamales, and bath and body products are available for purchase.

          3821 SW Blvd, Fort Worth

          [email protected]


Farm to Fork, LLC

This year-round market sells local grass-fed beef and lamb, wild salmon, organic produce, pastured eggs, local raw honey, juices, gluten-free goods, organic potato chips, supplements and more. Delivery available. Hours of operation are Monday-Friday, 10am-6pm and Saturday, 9am-6pm.

          2001 W Mayfield Rd, Arlington



Grapevine Farmers Market

This market in the heart of downtown Grapevine sells pickles, gluten free pastries, goat milk, bath and body products, organic cotton, honey, olive oils and vinegars, tamales, beef jerky, nuts, cheeses, free-range chicken and other natural meats. The outdoor market is open April through October, Fridays and Saturdays 8am-4pm. Also visit the new indoor market Monday through Saturday 8am-8pm and Sunday 9am-6pm.

          Outdoor Market:

          325 S Main St, Grapevine

          Indoor Market:

          520 S Main St, 203, Grapevine



Keller Farmers Market

Every Saturday from May to late October, the market has fresh produce, meats, salsas, live music, chef demonstrations, health presentations, pet products, crafts and more. All vendors sell Texas made products and original art pieces. From May-November hours of operation are Saturdays 9am-1pm.

          400 Bear Creek Pkwy, Keller



North Richland Hills Farmers Market

For more than ten years, this market has been carrying local products that support Texas farmers. Items for sale include produce, canned goods, candy, nuts, pottery and plants. Hours of operation are Monday-Saturday, 8am-7pm and Sunday, 9am-7pm.

          7700 David Blvd, N Richland Hills



Ridgmar Farmers Market

This is a year-round indoor market that carries fruit, vegetables, jams, peanuts, flowers and plants. Hours of operation are Friday-Saturday 8am-8pm and Sundays-Thursdays 8am-7pm year-round.

          900 State Highway 183 N, across from Ridgmar Mall, Fort Worth



Rufe Snow Farmers Market

This small independent market hand picks their produce based on color, taste and nutritional value. The fruits and veggies comes in daily, and several of the market’s gluten-free partners are non-GMO verified. You will also find unique Texas handmade items. Hours of operation are Monday through Saturday 8am-8pm and Sunday 9am-8pm.

          6871 Rufe Snow Dr, Fort Worth



Farms and Community Supported

Agriculture programs (CSA)

Asteri Acres

This is a certified naturally-grown suburban micro-farm that grows flowers, herbs, speciality vegetables, fruits and free-range chicken eggs. Earthworms and seeds are also available for purchase. The farm is committed to nurturing their soil and practicing permaculture principles. Asteri Acres can sometimes be found at Dallas Farmers Market, or customers can contact them for CSA or pickup details.


          [email protected]


Barking Cat Farm

This small acreage speciality farm, founded in 2014, focuses on growing high quality crops in an organic and sustainable manner. They are committed to improving soil biology by applying compost and compost teas, and the main farm is being converted to a whole-farm permaculture system. Volunteer and CSA opportunities available.

          201 E Rabbit Cove Rd, West Tawakoni

          [email protected]


Bonton Farms

This urban farm was created to supply local and organic produce to restore health, provide employment and ignite hope in South Dallas. The garden carries a range of produce including tomatoes and collards. Raw and natural honey, free range chicken eggs and more can also be found on the farm. Products are offered at farmers markets and at the farm itself. The website has details on selling locations.

          6905 Bexar St, Dallas



Buck Creek

This third-generation family farm uses an artisan approach while using sustainable farming and ranching practices. While raising their free range and grass fed beef they use no grain, hormones, antibiotics or pesticides. They offer their meat via internet, phone and email, as well at farmers markets and drop-off locations across Dallas.

          CR 233, Paducah



Chiggahopper Farms

This small five acre family farm (with access to an additional 320 family acres if required) is nestled in North Texas.  Products include eggs, whole chickens, turkeys, pork halves and more. They ensure all animals are raised naturally and humanely. Check website for current offerings.

          8350 County Road 88, Celina


Cold Springs Farm and CSA

This farm provides quality heirloom, rare, and commercially extinct fruits, and veggies using organic and sustainable production practices. Products only available with CSA membership, no visitors allowed on the grounds. Don’t miss Cold Springs Farm Veggie Van, North Texas’ first mobile farmer’s market.

          [email protected]


Comeback Creek Farm

Family-owned and operated, Comeback Creek Farm is located 100 miles east of Dallas. They raise from seed all the plants they grow, many of which are specialty heirloom or hybrid varieties. They supply a handful of select restaurants in the Dallas area with their high-quality, organically-grown vegetables, and sell to the public through their CSA. Learn more via email or their website.

          [email protected]


Deep Roots CSA

This CSA provides customers with produce from Chandler Family Farm, Gopher Knoll Farm,  and Highway 19 Produce and Berries, all of which use organic methods free from pesticides and genetically modified seeds. Choose from one of the many pickup locations on their website.


          [email protected]    


Eden’s Garden CSA Farm

This farm has provided non-GMO and non-certified/traditional organic produce that is grown without synthetic pesticides/herbicides or fertilizers to the community for more than ten years. The farm is currently accepting applications for their CSA. 100 percent of yearly membership fees go directly to support the farm. Members have an opportunity to visit and pick produce. Work share opportunities are available. Visits are by appointment only.



Elizabeth Anna Farm & Garden Market

This city farm provides flowers, Texas native plants, herbs, fruit and veggie plants, organic and heirloom seeds, organic fertilizers, green cleaning products, speciality food items and more. Consumers also have the opportunity to join their CSA or choose from a range of classes related to farming. They offer shares of their (and their partners’) harvests to the public. Hours of operation are Thursday, Friday and Saturday 9am-5pm. CSA pickup is on Fridays after 12 and Saturdays 9am to 5pm.

          2825 8th Ave, Fort Worth



Family Farm Collective

The Family Farm Collective is a one-stop source for local, organic, fresh-harvested, biodynamic, nutrient-dense and seasonal food. Specialties at the farm include organic produce; grass-fed beef jerky made on-site; grass-fed beef; pasture-raised, non-gmo, soy-free eggs and chicken; and other locally-produced products. CSA opportunities available year-round. Eight convenient pickup locations.

          5301 Farm Road 115, Mount Vernon



Fisher Family Farm

Fisher Family Farm and Ranch is a family owned farm in East Texas. They grow a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, pasture raised beef and offer a CSA.

1101 Vz County Road 1129, Fruitvale



Found Penny Farm

Found Penny Farm specializes in 100 percent organic homemade bread. They bake their whole wheat and sprouted grain loaves with fresh, home ground wheat for the freshest, most wholesome ingredients. Available at a variety of Farmers Markets around town or at their location. To learn more, visit the website.

          5915 County Road 4710, Commerce



Full Expression Farm

Full Expression Farm currently raises 100 percent grass-fed beef, 100 percent grass-fed lamb, free-range pastured laying hens, and native pecans on 250 rolling acres. They practice local, sustainable and organic principles to create a happy healthy environment on their farm.

          3733 County Road 4640, Leonard

          [email protected]


Good Earth Organic Farm

Since 1984, this family farm has served consumers throughout Dallas and North Texas. The farm provides organic produce, grass-fed pasture-raised lamb, grass-fed beef, organic pecans and more. All plants, pastures and livestock are not treated with pesticides, herbicides or other toxic chemicals. Self-guided farm tours are available Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday 10am-4pm.

          8571 FM 272, Celeste



Green Acres Family Farm

This small farm grows and raises their food for personal consumption, but they often have an overflow of products. They raise their animals on pasture with non-medicated, non-GMO and non-soy feed. They do not use any chemical herbicides or pesticides. Items available include eggs, chickens, lamb, beef, herbs, compost, vanilla extract, soap, flowers, and bread and cakes from partner Found Penny Farm.Visit website or email to learn more.

          [email protected]


Grow it Forward Farm

This small family farm located in Edom brings the community fresh, locally grown produce. Produce includes purple hull, cream and blackeye peas, pinto and green beans, tomatoes, squash, kale, lettuce, peppers, watermelon, cantaloupe and more. Everything is grown using organic practicers.

8281 Hwy 279, Edom



Latte Da Dairy

Latte Da Dairy is a 5+ acre family farm that raises purebred Nubian and Lamancha dairy goats to make GRADE A milk, which is then used to make cheese. All operations are sustianable and nearly-organic, and all milk is pure and unadulterated. The artisanal goat cheese is sold at markets throughout Dallas. Call or browse the website to learn more.



Luscombe Farm

Luscombe Farm was established in 1913. The farm’s Texas award winning Jalapeno Jelly recipe has been passed down for generations and was once only made for friends and family. Order handcrafted jellies, jams, specialty and seasonal products online or visit the farm.

          8649 Luscombe Farm Drive, Anna



Microgreens, LLC

Microgreens is a local, family-owned vertical farm in Highland Village. All microgreens are grown without fertilizers, pesticides, soil or animal byproducts . The growing system utilizes state of the art LEDs, 100 percent certified food safe plastic growing trays, organic coco fiber substrata, pure H2O filtered three times, and fully sourced, fully traceable non-GMO seeds. Contact via website to order.


Nash Farm

Purchased by Thomas Jefferson Nash in 1859, this historic landmark brings history to life through exhibits,interpretive programs and touchable displays. The farm grounds are open for self-guided tours during regular business hours. Admission free. Hours Memorial Day to Labor Day at Monday-Friday 10am-8pm and Saturday-Sunday 9am-5pm. The rest of the year is 9am-5pm daily.

          626 Ball Street, Grapevine




Paca D’Lites Alpaca Ranch

This ranch is home to alpacas, chickens, ducks, a horse and livestock guardian dog. Chickens and ducks are fed non-GMO and non-soy feed, and all animals have four acres of pasture to graze on.  There have been no pesticides used on the property since 2001, and only organic material has been used to fertilize and for weed management. Chicken and duck eggs available.



Pure Land Farm

Pure Land Farm occupies 28 acres in McKinney. The farm uses no chemicals pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers or other additives on produce. Offerings include carrots, beets, kale, onion, garlic, blackberries, peppers, tomatoes, cantaloupes and a range of herbs. Pop-up food shares are offered when available, and include 6-8 freshly picked crops.

          7505 County Road 201, McKinney



Quarry Flower Farm

This farm grows specialty cut flowers for farmers markets, florists, events and they even offer farm visits for pick-your-own bouquets. Flowers include celosia, iris, dahlia, sunflowers, garden roses, amaranthus, poppies, vitex and much more.

6474 County Road 127, Celina



Red Moon Farm

Red Moon Farm’s 38 acres in Van, Texas runs on a passion for sustainable agriculture. With a combined 15 years of organic farming experience, their mission is to provide Dallas and surrounding areas with safe, clean, chemical-free food through their CSA and via local farmers’ markets. CSA members receive a box of fresh, seasonal vegetables, with optional add-ons of farm eggs, grass-fed beef, coffee, soap and more.

1484 VZ County Road 1505, Van



Saint Emma Farms

St Emma Farms is located in Kemp, Texas and owned and operated by a family that grows a variety of high quality produce and values sustainability.  Since 2012 they have farmed biologically, paying careful attention to the soil and its health. Year round CSA program available, CSA could include peas, squash, beans, kale, peppers, tomatoes, spinach, watermelon, cabbage and more.



Squeezepenny Sustainable Farm

Small family farm in rural Collin County that has been serving the local community with organic produce for more than 30 years. Call or check their Facebook for more information about joining their CSA.

          3723 County Road 412, McKinney



Storm Farms

A visit to the family-owned Storm Farm consists of walking through strawberry fields and choosing produce. Visitors are provided with a container to take home and strawberries can be picked fresh off the vine. No pesticides are used.

          3010 S Bowen Rd, Arlington




Texas Worm Ranch

This ranch sells worm castings, worm wine and red wigglers. Vermicomposting is easy and the benefits include reduced local waste stream, healthy soil for nutritious and organic produce, beautiful landscapes and gardens, and encouragement of sustainable/organic agriculture. Two-day clinics are available for those new to vermicomposting.

2636 National Cir, Garland

[email protected]


Village Farms

Village Farms features greenhouse grown produce, yielding the best variety of fruits and vegetables. The produce is Texas-grown and GMO-free; and the cutting-edge, environmentally friendly and highly sustainable greenhouse farming enables them to grow more food naturally, 365 days a year. Call or visit the website to learn more.



Walnut Creek Farm

This farm features all-natural produce, beef and chicken from the Dallas/Fort Worth area, for the Dallas/Fort worth area. To eat local, ultra-fresh and foods that are high in nutritional value, call or visit the website today. You can also visit Walnut Creek Farm Monday-Friday 8am-4pm and Saturday 9am-5pm.

          6521 Asher Rd, Alvarado




Garden Centers


Anderson Farms Nursery

This small, Texas-certified, family-owned nursery has been serving the community since 1869. Browse a wide selection of organic flowers, berry plants, perennials, roses, shrubs, trees, herbs, vegetable seeds, vegetable plants, potting soil and amendments and more. Open Monday-Sunday 9am-6pm.

1088 County Rd 557, Farmersville



Brumley Gardens

For nearly 30 years Brumley Gardens has provided clients in the Lake Highlands area with a range of plants including annuals, perennials, trees shrubs, vegetables, herbs, bulbs, house plants and more. The garden also has an extensive variety of organic products. Spring and summer hours are Monday through Saturday 9am-6pm and Sunday 9am-5pm.

          10540 Church Rd, Dallas



Bruce Miller Nurseries

This nursery has provided a wide variety of gardening products to the Dallas Metroplex and East Texas community since 1969. Items for purchase include flowers, trees, shrubs and vegetables directly from growers. Organic soil building products and insecticides are also available. Spring and summer hours are Monday through Saturday 8am-6pm and Sunday 10am-5pm. Two locations for convenience.


          1000 E Beltline Rd, Richardson


          Highway 19, 4350 VZCR 1903, Edgewood



Calloway’s Nursery

This garden center is a recipient of Best Garden Center by D Magazine. The managers are Master Certified Nursery Professionals by the Texas Nursery and Landscape Association. Products include roses, shrubs, vines, trees, ground cover, fertilizers, soil amendments and a variety of colorful garden plants and flowers. 20 locations across the metroplex. Open daily 9am-7pm.

          Multiple locations, see website for address


Earth Kind Services

This lawn top dressing company provides organic and pet-friendly seeding, mulch and compost products. Delivery service is available. Lawn leveling and sodding is also available. The company is a member of Keep Denton Beautiful. Clients may call to schedule a free estimate.



The Greenery

This company has been serving the community since 1987. The garden has more than eight acres of pottery, iron yard art, Native Texas plants, trees and rock pallets. The staff have more than 100 years of combined experience, and include certified nursery professionals, three plant science graduates and a licensed irrigator. A range of organic plants and compost products are available. Summer hours are Monday through Saturday 8am-6pm.

          3671 N Highway 77, Waxahachie



Green’s Produce and Plants

Since 1969, this nursery has been providing fresh crops from the country. The garden center houses a range of annuals, perennials, fruit trees, ornamental grasses, succulents, cacti, mulch, organic potting soil and organic fertilizers. Hours of operation are Monday through Saturday 8am-7pm and Sunday 8am-6pm.

          3001 W Arkansas Ln, Arlington



Happy Gardens Organic Landscaping

This full-service Fort Worth company provides organic landscaping, designing, building, and maintenance. Memberships include Texas Nursery and Landscape Association and Association of Professional Landscape Designers. The landscape professionals can be contacted via phone or email.

          [email protected]



Living Earth

This company provides organic mulch, sand, gravel, rock, stone, soil, and more. For more than 20 years, the business has also reused and recycled tree limbs, brush, leaves and grass clippings.




This company has been providing organic fertilizers and natural products since 1987. The products are found in more than 75 lawn and garden/nursery retailers throughout the area. All ingredients are safe, natural and non-toxic. The company can be contacted via phone.

          613 Colorado St, Justin



Mama Ida’s Teaching Garden

The American Heart Association (AHA), in collaboration with numerous Dallas community partners, presents the first AHA Teaching Garden to be located at a farmers market. Mama Ida’s Teaching Garden at the Dallas Farmers Market offers custom-designed educational programs for people of all ages.

          1010 S Pearl Expy, Dallas




Marshall Grain Co.

This nursery provides organic gardening supplies, plants, landscaping, pet supplies and more. The company has been a part of the Fort Worth gardening community since 1914. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 9am-6pm, Saturday 8am-6pm and Sunday 10am-5pm.

          3525 William D. Tate Ave, Grapevine



Nicholson-Hardie Nursery & Garden Center

This nursery has been offering locals the best plants, products and garden gifts since 1899, with their signature expert service. Gardening materials include perennials, annuals, shrubs/trees, water features, vegetable/herbs and environmentally-safe gardening remedies. Hours are Monday-Saturday 9am-6pm and Sunday 12-5pm.


          5060 W Lovers Lane, Dallas

          Garden Center:

          5726 W Lovers Lane, Dallas



North Haven Gardens

Since 1951, this garden center has provided Texas Natives, edibles, pottery, succulents, gifts, perennials,  roses, and more. A range of garden education classes and workshops are available for beginners and advanced gardeners alike. The center recently opened a cafe with farm fresh food as well. Hours of operation are Monday through Saturday 9am-6pm and Sunday 10am-5pm.

          7700 Northaven Rd, Dallas



Puckett’s Nursery and Landscape

Puckett's Nursery is a locally owned, full service independent nursery that has been serving the Collin County area for over 20 years.  They specialize in a wide range of quality trees, shrubs and bedding plants. Hours are Monday-Saturday 8am-5pm and Sunday 9am-5pm.

811 E Main St., Allen




This company has been providing organic gardening and landscape design since 1992. Items for sale include plants, perennials, herbs, roses, annuals, shrubs, trees, native plants, 100 percent organic soil amendments, and more.

          2001 Skillman St, Dallas



Rohde’s Organic Plant Nursery

This nursery specializes in all-organic native plants, fertilizers, pest control, bird feed, pet foods, and lawn and tree care. Organic maintenance, landscaping design, and installation services are also available. A range of Texas Native plants are also available. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8am-5:30pm, closed Saturday and Sunday.

          1651 Wall St, Garland



Ron’s Organic Dynamics

All plants, trees and shrubs at this garden center are organically-grown and tended to. Wind chimes, gifts and candles are also available. The company owner is a Texas Certified Landscape Professional, Certified Arborist, Master Certified Nursery Professional, licensed irrigator, licensed Pesticide Applicator, and member of Texas Nursery and Landscape Association. Hours of operation are Monday-Saturday 8am-6pm, closed Sundays

          1820 S Beltline Rd, Mesquite



Ruibals Plants of Texas

Ruibals plant farm consists of nearly 130 greenhouses and covers nearly thirty acres, growing the highest quality bedding plants inside the Dallas city limit. Products and services include locally grown bedding plants, perennials, pottery, statuary, planting services, deliveries and even produce. Visit one of their four Dallas locations.

          Farmers Market:

          601 S Pearl Expwy, Dallas

          Lemmon Ave:

          6670 Lemmon Ave, Dallas


          7219 E Grand, Dallas

          Rosemeade Market:

          3646 Rosemeade Pkwy, Dallas


Schmitz Garden Center

This is a family owned, award winning retail nursery dedicated to providing the highest quality plant materials and garden décor. They offer a complete spectrum of services including landscape design and installation, full irrigation, tree care, organic program and maintenance. A range of products are also available for purchase – including fertilizers, plant food, fungicides, birdhouses, foundations, trellises and pottery.

          1616 Arrowhead Dr, Flower Mound



Shades of Green

The experienced designers, degreed horticulturalists, and technicians have been serving the community since 1979. Visit the seven-acre nursery for a stroll along the creek, where visitors can find all their gardening needs, from annuals, perennials, trees, mulches, fertilizer and tools to garden art, fountains and pottery. Hours are Monday-Saturday 8am-5:30pm, and Sunday 10am-5pm.

          7401 Coit Rd, Frisco



Walton’s Garden Center

This garden center has been serving the community since 1986. Products include organic fertilizers, organic plant food, organic soils, organic mulch, and organic insect, disease and animal control. Popular services include arbor construction, outdoor living, outdoor kitchens, planting, and irrigation. Hours of operation include Monday through Saturday 8:30am-6pm and Sunday 11am-5pm.

          Dallas Arboretum, 8652 Garland Rd, Dallas



Weston Gardens

For nearly 30 years, this garden center has provided a range of plants and design services. Products include Texas Natives, antique roses, perennials, shrubs, trees, wines, ornamental grasses and more. Spring to Fall hours are Monday through Friday 10am-6pm, Saturday 9am-6pm and Sunday 12pm-5pm.

          8101 Anglin Dr, Fort Worth



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