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  • Texas tuff plants
  • Edible and beautiful

If you are looking for hard-to-find plants that will thrive in Texas, you aren't alone. People come from all over Texas to the SFA Gardens Fabulous Fall Plant Sale in Nacogdoches.

Hobby and professional gardeners alike will descend on the oldest town in Texas on October 7th and 8th 2023 from 9 am to 2 pm. Most wait in line well before 9am with wheelbarrows and trucks ready to fill with the offerings from the Native Plant Center on the Stephen F. Austin campus in historic Nacogdoches.

It's a mad dash to stake a claim for the best of the best of all types of native plants that will make a real difference in your garden. The Japanese maples, magnolias, and bald cypress trees you have been looking for will all be there.

Buy These Plants To Help Continue SFA Gardens Contributions

The full list of the 150+ plants that will be for sale is now up. CLICK HERE for the Excel spreadsheet full of knowledge about every one of the offerings.

Buying one or more of these plants helps further the mission of the SFA Gardens and helps fund the Mast Arboretum, Pineywoods Native Plant Center, Ruby M. Mize Azalea Garden, Gayla Mize Garden, and Kingham Children's Garden.

Donate To SFA Gardens Environmental Education Program For Children

After you pick your plants consider donating to the SFA Gardens environmental education program to help bring children's events back to the gardens.

They were discontinued in 2020 for obvious reasons, and your donation could help get them started again.

Plant Some Of These In Your Garden to Keep Mosquitoes Away

As we previously told you, mosquitoes are the most dangerous creatures on earth. If you want to keep them away from you're yard, these plants can help!

Gallery Credit: Michelle Heart

SFA's Xavier Gipson Scores Game-Winning Touchdown for the New York Jets

Xavier Gipson who played college football for the Lumberjacks of SFA, returns a punt 65 yards in overtime for the game-winning touchdown.

Gallery Credit: Danny Merrell