Rainbow Gardens Seasonal and Monthly Featured Plants & Products:
Cold weather in San Antonio means Rainbow Gardens is bringing in our seasonal plants and products for winter color and holiday spirit. We’ve still got lots of goodies at the gardens centers, and we can help you dress up your homes for the holiday season and keep those garden beds full of gorgeous color and winter hardy plants.
Ornamental Cabbages and Kales for bold seasonal color
These are one of our most cold-hardy annuals and they make a huge statement whether potted up in a large whiskey barrel or nestled in with other cold-tolerant annuals. Planted in the landscape they bring visual texture and color and really get you through the winter months with their garden interest.
Poinsettias have been coming in and are ready to add instant holiday cheer!
Poinsettias for all your holiday festivities and decorating. Poinsettias always make a great gift when going to a holiday party. They add an instant festive atmosphere to any home or office. Choose from the best and get them from Rainbow Gardens.
Stock up on firewood to keep you warm during the winter season.
It actually does get cold in San Antonio during winter and there is just nothing like a cozy fire crackling in the fireplace to help you relax and enjoy the holidays. Come load up at Rainbow Gardens and we’ll keep you warm all winter.
Christmas Cactus and Christmas decor/gifts make it easy to spread holiday cheer.
These Christmas Cactus are always a huge hit this time of year, but they tend to go fast. Once they are gone, they are usually gone for the season from the nurseries. But remember these plants aren’t just for Christmas. They can be tended to and live for years. Come get your starter plant if you’ve never had one. Many families take cuttings of favorites they’ve had and pass them along to other family members. What a great tradition to start.
Unique specimens brought in just for the holidays.Each location varies with their selections of special seasonal items.
Check out the “Wintergreen” below. It’s berries are edible and actually taste like the flavoring in wintergreen candy. Tiny trees can be decorated for the holidays or given as gifts, and then cared for as houseplants during the hotter months.