Family Strong
Since 1939

Welcome to Fanick's Garden Center

With knowledgeable staff to Assist you

1025 Holmgreen Road

San Antonio, TX. 78220

Family Strong
Since 1939

Tel: 210-648-1303

Open 7 days a week

8:30am to 5:00pm


210-648-1303

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



Plant Database

 
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Ornamental Trees

Choose from a variety of small to medium size ornamental trees which either flower or have beautiful fall foliage.

Perennials

These plants have the ability to come back year to year with only minimal maintenance

Shade Trees

Choose from a variety of large shade trees which are perfect for shading the lawn, house, or driveway. Evergreen varieties are also great for use as large screens or windbreaks

Fruit Trees

Pick from our vast selection of fruit trees for our area

Evergreen Shrubs

Choose from a variety of evergreen shrubs which come in many different growing sizes and leaf structure. Some varieties can bloom or produce colorful leaves.

Tropical Plants

We carry a large amount of tropical plants for beautiful color in summer

Deciduous Shrubs

Choose from a variety of deciduous shrubs which come in different growing heights. A lot of these shrubs can produce a flow show during the spring and summer.

Acid-loving Plants

These easy to grow plants can grow in our area with proper planting and maintenance

Vines

We carry evergreen, deciduous and tropical vines for our area

Houseplants

Perfect for indoor use with natural sunlight through windows

Cactus, Yucca, Agave & Succulents

Very low water use plants for sunny areas

Bamboo

Clumping and running bamboo for ornamental use in the landscape. Great for screens, windbreaks or hobby use

Ornamental Grasses

Palms

Palms are a great way to give the you a tropical feeling in a landscape.

Please call for pricing and availability

 
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