Special thank you to all of our membership partners!

     

    Membership Reciprocal Partners

    BRIT Members may show your membership card in these shops to receive special discounts. Show your appreciation by dropping by one these shops during your home improvement projects!

     

    BRIT is a member of American Public Gardens Association (APGA). With your membership you will receive twelve (12) free issues, digital or by mail, of the Better Homes and Gardens magazine.

      

    BRIT's Newest Reciprocal Partner 

    Mingos Nursery & Garden Center 

    Plants, trees, flowers, herbs, vegetables, tools, soils, mulch, pots, gifts, and so much more. 

    Mingos currently supports BRIT by providing a 10% discount for BRIT members on all regular priced items excluding their trees.

    http://mingos.biz/

    The Tree Place

    In our nursery, we offer a wide assortment of trees, organic soil amendments and fertilizers as well as fun garden decor, i.e., metal art, Talavera, Sport Stone. Staff has a wealth of knowledge in native Texas plant selection, organic fertilization and pest control, and helpful suggestions to beautify your yard.

    The Tree Place currently supports BRIT by providing a 10% discount for BRIT members.

    http://www.thetreeplace.com

    American Horticultural Society

    BRIT is a member of the American Horticultural Society (AHS). As a BRIT member you’ll automatically be part of their Reciprocal Admissions Program (RAP), which offers free admission and/or additional benefits at 300 gardens
    throughout North America and the Cayman Islands. Learn more at ahs.org.
     
     

     

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    Calloway's Nursery

    Calloway’s Nursery, Inc. is an independent Texas-based garden center founded by local nurserymen, Jim Estill, John Cosby and John Peters. Calloway’s operates 16 stores in the Dallas/Fort Worth market and two stores in the Houston market. Nearly 100 of the company’s employees are Texas Certified Nursery Professionals.  

    Calloway's currently supports BRIT by providing a 10% discount for BRIT members.

    http://www.calloways.com/

    Marshall Grain Co.

    The Marshall Grain Company is a Fort Worth institution. We've been around since at least 1914 when O. L. Marshall was supplying feed and eggs to the city of Fort Worth from his downtown store. In March 2009 we opened a second store in Grapevine. The new store has a lot more store space and a big area for plants.  

    Marshall Grain currently supports BRIT by providing a 10% discount for BRIT members on their purchases of organic gardening supplies, plants, and other products.

    Redenta's Garden Shops

    Redenta's Garden was started in 1992 as a garden shop providing a quality shopping experience. Founder Ruth Kinler named it after her aunt who is a nun in a convent in Siena, Italy, because she wanted the shops to reflect a European influence. Ruth set out to staff the shops with fellow gardeners - people who felt passionate about plants and gardening and were equally passionate about sharing that knowledge with others. 

    Redenta's currently supports BRIT by providing a 10% discount for BRIT members.