Since 2004, Killeen area gardeners searching for native landscaping plants and related organic products have returned to a nursery on the southwest side of town. Oma's Garten Pflanzen takes a somewhat different approach to horticulture in the Lone Star state. "We work with, instead of against the Central Texas environment," said Irmy Mace, who's worked at the garden center since 2006.

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