plantsRussell Feed & Supply carries a variety of plants for your garden.  We carry flowers, shrubs, and vegetable plants.

Beautify your landscape with our wide selection of flowering plants, including annuals and perennials.  We offer a variety of flowers and flowering shrubs that you can use to add color and texture to your borders and beds.

Starting your vegetable garden?  We have lots of vegetable plants, including onions, tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, beans and more.

Get growing today with Russell Feed & Supply!

 

                                                    

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Vegetable Planting Guide

November Gardening Tips

November Gardening Tips: Still time to add color! Transform your landscape with the addition of fresh, colorful blooms! Pansies are by ...

Onion Plant FAQ’s

Here are some onion plant FAQ's that we often get asked. This information is brought to you by the Texas AgriL ...

How to Create a Butterfly & Hummingbird Garden

Looking to add some color and attract Butterflies and Hummingbirds to your garden this year?  Check out the design below ...

Nature’s Guide Cotton Burr Compost

Nature's Guide 100% Organic Cotton Burr Compost works well with sandy and clay soils and is versatile as a soil conditioner ...

Best Bets for February Gardening: Planting Potatoes

Potatoes are a great cold weather vegetable to plant this month

Mike’s Gardening Tips: Planting Onions

The start of the new year is also the best time for planting onions. Onions always start off the gardening season ...

Make Your Own Winter Greenhouse Starter Kit

Russell Feed & Supply offers seeds and tips to get your spring plants a head start.

Green Up Your Winter Lawn with Cool Season Grass Seed

We all enjoy the drop in temperatures this time of year and hopefully we'll see some rain soon too. Now ...

September Gardening Tips

September is a pivotal month for your landscape, with the official arrival of Autumn later this month, and hopefully, a return ...

Fall Vegetable Gardening

Find out what dates are best for planting your fall vegetable garden in North Texas.

 

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