Beneficial Insects now in!

Just received Lady Bugs, Red Worms, and Praying Mantis! Ladybugs - $7.99 - prey on aphids, whiteflies, colorado potato beetles. Praying Mantis - $9.99 - wide range including caterpillars, moths, beetles, and crickets Red Worms - $19.99 - Red wiggler worms offer great benefits to the organic gardener, producing both a natural fertilizer and an effective pesticide. And they eat your kitchen scraps...

Available for Spring Landscaping

We will continue to offer full landscaping services. Call to schedule a Spring cleanup or planting. Consultation Call us at: (409) 763-4713 or FAX: (409) 765-9253 and we can help you plan your landscape needs. There is a $50.00 fee Landscape Designs Our landscape department offers over 40+ years of coastal landscaping experience. Design a unique landscape plan to fit your environment. Landscape...

10 Reasons to Choose Seaside Casual Furniture

What is Seaside Casual Furniture? Seaside Furniture got its start in a Rhode Island lumberyard in 1996. Starting as a hobby with just one Adirondack chair, it quickly grew into a collection of over 50 products. With the encouragement of local community, Seaside created a line called the "Casual" line. The "Casual" Line This outdoor collection is a balance of traditional design recreated in...

Fox Farm Products

We are proud to carry FoxFarm products at Tom's Thumb Nursery! Their mission aligns with ours and that's to give back to our roots. We carry some of the best organic garden care here in Galveston, Texas. Ask us how you can make the swap to all-natural care for your garden. Here are some of the Fox Farm products we carry. Click the product to learn more. About Fox Farm FoxFarm was born and raised...

2/29/20 – Get to Know Your Soil with Andy Chidester from FoxFarm

As many of you already know, Andy is an enthusiastic and knowledgeable garden speaker as well as the representative for our wonderful FoxFarm Soil & Fertilizer Co. line of premium organic soils and fertilizers. She will help you find easy ways to incorporate organic gardening techniques into your routine as well as learn more about how to effectively use our FoxFarm products. Date &...

From Our Landscape Department

Dormancy: We love our tropical plants and our evergreen shrubs, but dormancy and a lack of growth in the winter still occurs here.  Most obviously, our lawn grasses go dormant in the "cold" weather and we don't have to worry about cutting them.  However, all plants will be less active in cooler weather.  Don't worry about plants not putting out new shoots or not growing any...

How to Cover Your Plants

Quick easy tips and how to care for your tropical plants during cold winter days. An oldie, but a goodie, here's our quick video on how to cover your plants during a cold freeze in Galveston, Texas. One of the easiest and most effective ways to protect sensitive plants is by mulching. Wrap tender tree trunks with burlap or white wash them to prevent winter sunscald. Protect outdoor plants in...

Fall is for Planting

6 REASONS WHY FALL IS FOR PLANTING Here are 6 reasons why you should fit some time in between watching football games and pulling out the Halloween decorations to plant your trees, shrubs, bulbs and perennials. Warm soil+cool air = happy plantsLess insect pest and disease pressureLess water stressPlanting is more pleasantPlants have a head start for next springBetter drought tolerance Or you can...