BURNS LANDSCAPE AND NURSERY

13893 US HWY 87 S
Adkins, TX 78101
(210) 649-4377
burnsnursery.com
Contact: burns, travis heath
Business Description: Burns Nursery, Landscape and Garden Center was founded in 2003 by Travis Burns. It has evolved into one of the most unique nurseries in south central Texas. Burns nursery was founded with the idea of revolutionizing the retail nursery business. The concept for burns nursery was to allow the customer to experience several design scenarios in a relaxing setting. We have meandering granite pathways that lead into shade gardens, paver patios and our southwest native plant display. We also carry a huge selection of annual flowers, perennials, shrubs and trees, specializing in native Texas plants. take all major credit cards, 25 plus employees, use very little subs do most in house.
In Business Since: 2003
Service Area: hill country, San Antonio, south texas
On Angie's List Since: 5/12/2006
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Office Hours: Mon 08.00 AM - 06.00 PM, Tue 08.00 AM - 06.00 PM, Wed 08.00 AM - 06.00 PM, Thu 08.00 AM - 06.00 PM, Fri 08.00 AM - 06.00 PM, Sat Closed, Sun Closed
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
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Senior Discount: 10%
Cities Served: Adams Hill | Adkins | Alamo Heights | Alamodome | Atascosa | Atascosa County | Balcones Heights | Bandera | Bandera County | Boerne | Brackenridge Park | Brooks City-base | Bulverde | Camp Bullis | Canyon Lake | Caracol Creek | Castle Hills | Castroville | China Grove | Cibolo | Comfort | Converse | Culebra Creek | De Zavala | Dellcrest | Devine | Elmendorf | Encino Park | Fair Oaks | Falls City | Floresville | Frio County | Ft. Sam Houston | Garden Ridge | Gillett | Gonzales County | Guadalupe | Guadalupe County | Guilbeau-tezel | Harlandale | Healy Murphy | Helotes | Highland Park | Hollywood Park | Hondo | Inwood | Karnes City | Karnes County | Kelly Usa | Kendall County | Kirby | La Cantera | La Vernia | Lackland | Lakehills | Las Palmas | Leon Springs | Leon Valley | Live Oak | Lytle | Macdona | Medina County | Mitchell Lake | New Braunfels | Nixon | Northern Hills | Oak Hills | Oak Island | Olmos Park | Palm Heights | Palo Alto Heights | Park Village | Pearsall | Pearsall Park | Pecan Valley | Pipe Creek | Pleasanton | Poteet | San Antonio - Downtown | San Pedro Creek | Schertz | Seguin | Shavano Park | Smithson Valley | Somerset | Spring Branch | St. Hedwig | Stone Oak | Terrell Hills | The Dominion | Universal City | University Park | Von Ormy | Westwood | Wetmore | Wilson County | Windcrest | Woodlake | Woodlawn
 
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