Monthly Archives: August 2010

Moro Blood Orange Juice–Yum!

One reason we garden in Houston is to have a cheap and easy chance to drink this Moro blood orange juice.

Where You Can Buy Year Round Vegetables, Fruits and Flowers for Metro Houston

Houston Area Dealers

2012 Availability Year Round Vegetables Fruits and Flowers for Metro-Houston

As of September 2012, the below commonly stock Year Round Vegetables Fruits and Flowers. The book sells fast so being out of stock is fairly common. Call ahead to find out if it is in stock.  Price retail is about $45 with discounts sometimes available. Write for wholesale quotes.

By Mail

Brazos Bookstore

North: Spring, Conroe, Woodlands, Kingwood

Arbor Gate (Spring)

Nature’s Way Resources (Conroe/Woodlands)

Kingwood Garden Center   (Kingwood)

RCW Nursery (Tomball)

Inside 610 Loop

Brazos Bookstore (Rice Village)

Buchanan’s (Heights)

Lucia’s Garden (Upper Kirby)

Urban Harvest Office Canal (Minute Maid Park)

Urban Harvest Classes University of Houston

Urban Harvest Farmers’ Market on Eastside, Saturday 8 am – noon. This is just north of the intersection of Richmond and Eastside. Eastside is west of Kirby in the Upper Kirby District. It is also sold at the Urban Harvest Farmers’ Market at City Hall, Wednesday 11 am – 1:30 pm, downtown. See

Near North

Wabash Antiques & Feed (North Shepherd/Garden Oaks)

Near Southwest

Southwest Fertilizer (Gulfton/Bellaire)

West/Fort Bend County

Enchanted Forest (Richmond, TX)
Enchanted Gardens (Richmond, TX)


Sweet Organic Solutions (Pearland)
Grace Outdoors (Nassau Bay Farmers’ Market)

One Day Sales

Urban Harvest Annual Fruit Tree Sale Saturday in January yearly

Year Round Vegetables, Fruits and Flowers for Metro Houston’s New Edition Coming

I am beginning to work on the 13th edition of Year Round Vegetables, Fruits and Flowers for Metro Houston.  Do you have any suggestions about how to improve it?

The present edition (with the yellow cover) was written mostly in 2004-5 and many parts need updating.  In addition, the chapter on ornamentals needs major changes, so for the first time I am expecting a co-author.

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