Calloway’s Garden Center & Nursery


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2100 N. Plano Rd.
Richardson, TX 75082


Store Hours:
Open Daily 9am-6pm
Closed Easter Sunday.

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Calloway’s Garden Center & Nursery

Calloway’s Nursery Richardson, on N. Plano north of E. Campbell, is the gardeners’ choice for premium quality plants for the garden and home. Come find your inspiration with our curated plant selection, chosen for superior performance in Texas gardens. We can’t list every plant we carry, but you can use our online catalog of plants to get detailed information on many plants we offer. You’ll also find decorative items like fountains and imported pottery, as well as seasonal decorating ‘must haves’ like gourds and pumpkins for fall, and poinsettias and fresh Christmas trees for the holidays.

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Paul, Manager

Paul is a Texas Master Certified Nursery Professional, the highest level of recognition awarded by the Texas Nursery and Landscape Association (TNLA).

Richardson Jackson Assistant Manager

Jackson, Assistant Manager

Jackson is the Assistant Manager for Calloway's Nursery in Richardson.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Mornings, so that the grass and vegetation is dry by night.

Sansevieria (all varieties), ZZ plant, certain palms, Aglaonema (Chinese Evergreen), Pothos (Devil’s Ivy, Money plant)

No, a sprinkler system, either overhead or drip is not sufficient for newly planted landscapes- supplemental hand watering is required (daily, depending on the type of plant and how much sun the plant gets), especially during the first summer as roots establish themselves into our native soil.

Japanese Maples will grow in dappled sun or early morning sun only here in North Texas. By mid-day, the sun is too hot and will burn the leaves.

Not always. There are a lot of cultural variations to be considered. Consulting one of our Texas Certified Nursery Professionals can take the guesswork out of selecting the appropriate plant for your particular site. TNLA certification means that an individual is familiar with specific growing requirements here in North Texas.

Yes! All leashed pets are always welcome.