Celebrating Our
75th Anniversary
1939 - 2014

Welcome to Fanick's Garden Center

With knowledgeable staff to Assist you

1025 Holmgreen Road

San Antonio, TX. 78220

Tel: 210-648-1303

Open 7 days a week - 8:30am to 5:00pm

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How to Make an Aquaponic Garden

October 11, 2014

Starting at 10:30am to noon

Steve Sumrow will teach the class how to build an Aquaponic system. In this class you to be involved in assembling and constructing a Aquaponic system using various tools and products. You will learn the principals and rules for Aquaponics and will be able to apply them to the system you build. This course will take approximately 2 hours to complete and will require some dexterity. We request you wear proper clothing for outdoor work and weather. Steve is the owner of Aquaponics System USA and is considered a leading authority in Aquaponics. Steve is also licensed by the State of Texas to sell registered fish for use in Aquaponics.

This class is limited to 30 people. Please Register in advance by calling 210-648-1303 or by email: Fanicks@aol.com

Cost: Free


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Fall Vegetables Are Now In Stock

     Fall is approaching and its now time to start the fall vegetable plants. We have tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kale, collards and more. Download your free Fanick's Gardening calendar that will show you the best days to plant above ground and below ground vegetables along with the best days for cultivating. Fanick's carries organic fertilizers and plenty of organic soil amendments to super charge your garden. Come see us for all your gardening needs.

Crape Myrtles are Summertime's Best Colorful Trees

Fanicks has the best selection of Crape myrtles in Texas. We carry over 70 different kinds of crape myrtles as each one has their own unique qualities. With crape myrtles growing from 1ft to 40ft you can be sure to have a variety that matches your preferences. Come see our one acre of crape myrtles and enjoy the wonderful colors these summer blooming trees give. Download our free Crape myrtle guide here.

Tropical color for Summer

Plumeria, bougainvillea, oxora, hibiscus, mandevilla, bananas, canna lily, elephant ears and lots more. These plants give you the tropical like color and foliage to make the summers feel like paradise. Come see our great assortment of tropical type plants and make that backyard your own paradise.

Fruit Trees

Fresh citrus trees are in stock. Chose one of the newest cold hardy Satsuma oranges like orange Frost or Artic Frost. Super sweet, seedless, and extra tough for Texas weather. There's plenty of other fruit trees in stock like peaches, plums, pears, nectarines, apples, pomegranate, figs and olives. Fanick's also carries the popular 4-in-1 fruit trees made for small yards or limited spaces. Download our free 2014 Fruit tree guide here. to preview what we carry during the year. Fanick's has the largest selection of fruit trees in Texas and only carries varieties that produce in our area. With knowledgeable staff you can be sure you will get a tree that produces fruit for your area.

Roses for Summer Landscape Use

Fanick's carries hardy landscape roses like the popular Knockout® roses, the dwarf Drift® roses that are perfect for borders or containers,  and the hardy antique roses from the Antique rose Emporium. With Fanick's expert knowledge you can be sure to get the very best advice on how to grow these beautiful plants for great summertime color. Download our 2014 Rose guide to preview our vast rose selections.

 

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Bedding Plants

Fanicks has the best selection of annual plants in town. Choose from a regular 6 pack or move up to the jumbo super 6 pack if you want even larger plants. Need a lot? Fanicks can special order what you need and we do offer quantity discounts too. Call us at 210-648-1303 for up to date inventory.


Strawberries

Fanick's has bareroot strawberries again, and they are still only 50 cents each!

There's nothing like fresh strawberries to snack on.

Plant them on raised beds and 12" apart for best production.


 

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