Anderson Farms Nursery is a small, locally owned plant farm located just northeast of Dallas on the eastern shore of Lake Lavon. Our plants are grown in a serene, peaceful, rural area out in the open and unprotected from Nature. We have many display plants planted in our landscape so our customers can see how these plants might perform in their yards. We offer good quality and “weather toughened” plants at a reasonable price.
Many types of plant material are available including Annuals, Berry plants, Fruit trees, Herbs plants, Nut trees, Perennials, Shrubs, Trees, and Vegetable starts. A variety of sizes are available (4 inch up to 15 gallon) with thousands of 1 gallon plants priced as low as $4.97.
The farm is easily accessible by US Hwy 380 (between McKinney and Greenville) and State Hwy 78 (north of Garland). Because we are a working farm, we are only open to the public Friday thru Monday, March thru May and October & November.
We are happily available by appointment at other times by calling Donna @ 972-658-1736 or by email at Donna@AndersonFarmsNursery.com. Plant availabilities and a map to the farm can be seen online at our website http://www.AndersonFarmsNursery.com
So get in the car, get off the concrete, come visit our peaceful country setting and see Mother Nature at her best!
Anderson Farms Nursery
1088 County Rd 557
Farmersville, TX 75442
Ruth’s Garden, Deep In The Heart Of Texas $4.97 Plant Sale!
Hundreds of Plants Need New Homes!
Hundreds of plants starting at $4.97, and also available are larger plants at fair prices.
Ruth’s Garden is a small husband and wife nursery located in the beautiful Hill Country of Central Texas. We started propagating plants three years ago, and we are searching for customers who love plants like we do.
We can help you with your garden, flower beds, and landscaping needs, whether you are looking for one focal plant or a yard full.
For Japanese Maple Lovers We have an assortment of Japanese Maples for growers looking for landscape focal points. For your enjoyment, we have Tamukeyama, Toy Nishiki, Waterfall, Golden Full Moon, Peaches n Cream, Lion Heart, Purple Ghost, Crimson Queen, Red Dragon, Orangeola, Katsura, Grandmas Ghost and more.
For Bearded Iris Collectors We have award winners and rebloomers. We offer Batman, Graphique, Darkling, Buckwheat, September Replay, Moby Grape, Blue Rhythm, Golden Immortal, Edith Wheeler, Immortality, Bewilderbeast, Best Bet, Edith Wofford, Stairway to Heaven, Hemstitched, Gala Madrid, Beverly Sills and more.
For Daylily Collectors We have award winners and All-American Winners especially for you. If you call now, I can pot these for you and grow them out for you to pick up in the Spring. We offer Persian Market, Red Volunteer, Leeba Orange Crush, Dream Souffle, Emperor’s Dragon, Dallas Star, Red Ribbons, Strawberry Candy and more.
For Fruit Lovers Golden Delicious Apple Trees, Red Delicious Apple Trees, Loring Peach Trees, Red Haven Peach Trees, Methley Plum Trees, Figs, Strawberry plants, and more.
For Crape Myrtle Lovers We have regular size crape myrtles, and miniature and dwarf sizes in beautiful colors for those smaller spaces.
We have so much more to offer you in our Heart of Texas Super Plants. These plants thrived in last summers extreme conditions. They are the Yellow Esperanza, the Pride of Barbados, Cape Plumbago, Lord Baltimore Hibiscus, Gold & Confetti Lantana, Purple Trailing Lantana, Firecracker Bush, Duranta, Gold Columbine, Salvia Mystic Spires, and Mexican Petunias.
We have a variety of shrubs, perennials, heirloom vegetable plants, hostas, Fragrant Tea Olive trees, dwarf quince, hibiscus, Rose of Sharon, weigelas, spireas, hydrangea, and miniature roses, mmuch more.
Come visit a “Little bit of Heaven” right here in Texas at Ruth’s Garden located 32 miles NW of Austin, or off HWY 183 turning onto FM 243 turning right on CR 214, or south of Bertram turn at light, cross the RR tracks following FM 243 for 8½ miles turning left on County Road 214.
605 County Road 214
Bertram, TX 78605
$4.97 Crape Myrtles Trees
Natchez, Tuscarora, Muskogee, and other varieties