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VISIT HILL COUNTRY NATIVES IN PERSON
You’re welcome to visit us at our Hill Country nursery and forest garden. There’s nothing like face-to-face communication with the actual people who grew your plants. We can answer your questions and offer suggestions. Some customers like to turn the trip into an educational family outing! NOTE: Visiting is BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. We are a small operation and cannot guarantee that someone will always be available to help you.
Our hours are Friday-Saturday and Monday, 10:00am to 6:00pm by appointment only.
Schedule a Tour:
We offer tours of the food forest, nursery and the surrounding property, tailored to your interests. We want to help others grow plants and live sustainably (or generatively, beyond sustainable.) and during the tour we will share whats worked for us and what hasn’t so you don’t have to re-invent the wheel. Weather your a professional, a garden club, a family or an individual we welcome you to take one of these fun, informative and educational tours. We are available most Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Please e-mail Mike Wolfert (email@example.com) to receive a survey to fill out so we know your main areas of interest and to schedule the day and time of your tour. The cost is $50 an hour and the maximum number of people per tour is 25.
We’re located at 308 Mesa Oaks, Leander, TX 78641.
Directions from US 183 – NOT 183A – at Leander, TX:
– Turn west on FM 2243 at the traffic light just north of town, where HEB Plus is located.
– Go about 3.5 miles to CR 290, at bottom of hill.
– Turn south (left) and go about 1 mile on a narrow, winding road. Paved road turns hard right and, after one block, ends in a T.
– Turn left and go one block.
– Turn right on Mesa Oaks. (We apologize in advance if you find the road a bit rough; the word “Country” definitely applies to our little piece of heaven!) We’re the fourth house on the right, 308 Mesa Oaks. That driveway is usually the most convenient, but there’s also a small parking area by the road, about 100 yards before you reach the driveway. From the parking area, take the path (at the edge of the woods) to the gate in the black chain-link fence.
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