New Arrivals:

It is Spring and with that we are getting all kinds of new plants! We have recieved 3 houseplant shipments as well as supplies such as coco coir and leca! We are getting weekly shipments of perennials and shrubs. We also just put out a huge shipment of decortive pottery

We just recieved sweet potato slips!

New Arrivals

Sweet Potato Slips

Sweet Potato Slips are finally here! If you’ve already got your space ready come on by and pick some up! If not, that’s okay, we are here to help. Did you know sweet potatoes can be grown in all 50 states? In fact, there are many farmers in central Texas that grow them as a largescale crop.

How to plant:

Sweet Potatoes prefer sandy loam soil that drains well. However, they are widely adaptable and will grow well if the soil is loose and drains well. Upon purchasing the slips, it is important to plant them in the late afternoon after the hot sun has gone. Rows should be spaced 3 feet apart and 12 inches high and the plants themselves should be spaced 10 – 18 inches apart. Place the roots well in the hole but be sure to leave the “bud” uncovered. Don’t forget to water them well once planted. Sweet potatoes are very hardy and if planted correctly they are a very easy to grow crop. If a large space is not available, they can also be done in raised beds or large planters just be sure to get a “bunching” variety which are great for small spaces.


Beauregard: An outstanding release that has been accepted by farmers everywhere. Red-skinned, large, elongated tubers that are deep orange inside. They mature in just 90-100 days.

Georgia Jet: Extremely fast growth with high yields this variety will not disappoint. Red skinned with orange flesh. Matures in 90 – 100 days.

“Bunch” Porto Rico: Favorite for gardeners with limited space. Excellent yields of baby bakers! Matures in 100 – 110 days.

Murasaki: Purple skin and white inside flesh. Murasaki is a Japanese variety with a unique flavor profile. Matures in 120 – 140 days.

If you have any questions feel free to contact us!

What to do in May:


As we are hitting mid spring about now, it is time to get ready for summer! The more prepared you are the better success you will have. Here we have listed some of the most crucial tips for success.

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What we offer:

Here at Bloomers Garden Center it is our goal to carry a wide variety of plants from natives to tropicals, from flowers to trees and everything in between.

Texas Natives

We have a fantastic selection of natives that will thrive with very little care. Texas natives are often used in xeroscapes and areas where little water will be available. There are also a lot of natives that are great for bees, birds, and other wildlife.


From annual to perennials we have the color to make your flower beds BOOM! As color is seasonal it is best to plant either in Spring for late spring - early Fall color OR Fall for late Fall - early Spring color.


We carry fruit trees, shade trees, and ornamentals in manageable sizes typically 5 gallon to 15 gallon and sometimes 30 gallon however certain sizes and varieties can be limited to availibility.


Plenty of different types available. Shrubs are great for natural screenings, forming hedges, and they also make for great accents in the flowerbed. Mostly they are hardy evergreans that provide year-round greenery.


Our houseplant selection is constantly growing, we grow a lot of our own as well as bring in truckloads of foliage whenever we have the space. We also stock several rare and uncommon varieties.

Soils, Composts, and Mulch

Great selection of bagged goods from our favorite premium quality brands such as Foxfarms, Back to Nature, Landscapers Pride, and Whittlesey.

Fertilizers and Nutrients

What's the secret to having the most beautiful healthy looking plants? Good natural fertilizer! Plants need a continuous supply of food in order to thrive and build immune systems.

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