April 30th, 2013
April 20th, 2013
For all those looking for a solution for a simple trellis, look no further! We carry trellis netting to secure your vining cucumbers or pole beans. Johnny has been using the trellis netting in out demo garden for a year now. Check out how he did it. Cost effective and super cheap compared to the ready made counter parts.
November 14th, 2012
We have received the initial shipment of onions. This years varieties are Texas Super Sweet (1015Y), Yellow Granex (Vidalia), Southern Belle Red, and Red Creole onions. We will receive another shipment of onions Friday which will contain all the listed varieties above including Leeks. Any questions feel free to call or email us!
(Added Southern Belle Red and fixed oni0n Sets)
(Sorry for all the emails)
October 29th, 2012
This past September, we planted out raised beds for the second time. Today, the plants are still doing great. Check out some of our awesome vegetable plants.
If you like our garden, come by and take a look. Feel free to ask all the questions you need to and if you can’t make it and still have questions, shoot us an email or give us a call at 225-272-6412.
October 21st, 2012
Fall is in the air and here at Naylor’s that means only two things: Fall Planting and the Naylor’s Annual Garage Sale!
On October 27th and 28th Naylor’s will have its annual garage sale. That means if it’s slightly damaged, heavily damaged, too big, too little, too weird, wrong color, wrong price or just been here too long, it’s on sale! Many bargains also available in nursery. Need to make room for Christmas trees.
Strawberries will arrive Tuesday the 23rd. This time we will have the variety Camino Real. This shipment is usually smaller than the first so that means there will be much less supply for those not on the strawberry list. This time we will close the strawberry list on Monday If you would like to sign up for the strawberry list GO HERE. We have potted about 1000 plants for sale latter but this is the last opportunity for bare root plants.
*All reserved strawberry plants will be held for 72 hours after the day of arrival. We will call or email those on the list the day of arrival.
April 28th, 2012
When we planted the beans in our raised beds, we decided to do a little experiment. If you look at the picture below, you will see that the row on the left is a lot more healthy in appearance, than the row on the right. Inoculant is applied to the seed at the time of planting. What it does is pretty cool. Inoculant is really a fancy word for bacteria. The bacteria has the ability to pull nitrogen from the air and turn it into a kind of nitrogen the beans can use. Therefore, making a self contained nitrogen generator. So take a look and remember to use inoculant for healthy plants
April 15th, 2012