Calloway's Nursery to open 19th location this spring

Calloway's Nursery to open 19th location this spring

The Top 100 IGC's newest store will resemble a classic Texas farmhouse with a wraparound porch.

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Image: Calloway's Little Elm storefront, courtesy of Calloway's Nursery. The Hebron store is still under construction, but will be modeled after a classic Texas farmhouse. 

Calloway's Nursery will open its 19th store in the Dallas-Fort Worth area this spring in Hebron, Texas.

The new store will feature approximately 2,200 square feet of indoor retail space with a 12,000-square-foot outdoor area in a new open concept floor plan that will improve customers' shopping experience. An 8,400-square-foot greenhouse will provide additional space to display plants, flowers, lawn decor and other gardening products for sale.

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Designed by local firm Schwarz-Hanson Architects, the Hebron store will resemble a classic, Texas farmhouse with a rustic stone-covered exterior and wraparound porch. "We've been using this concept for some time now. It re-enforces that we are a local brand," Calloway's Nursery CEO Marce Ward said in an email. 

The surrounding flowerbeds will be landscaped to provide seasonal gardening inspiration for shoppers. 

Calloway's Nursery, which is No. 5 on Garden Center magazine's 2018 Top 100 List, decided to open a store in Hebron to serve residents of the fast-growing town and nearby west Plano and north Carrollton.

"Hebron and its neighboring communities are a flourishing area to live in North Texas," Ward says. "Calloway's looks forward to welcoming locals into the new store and helping them create beautiful outdoor spaces to enjoy at home."

The store opening in Hebron will add 20 jobs to the local economy, and interested candidates can apply at

The Hebron store is still under construction but will celebrate its grand opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony in mid-spring. Calloway's also operates a Cornelius Nursery in Houston.