Benito and Toni Trevino invite you to visit!

What does Rancho Lomitas offer?

  • Learn about the native plants and animals of South Texas on one of our tours
  • Rent one of our casitas for a long weekend or a month
  • Shop for native plants for your own native landscape
  • Custom order native plants to attract more wildlife to your property
  • Find a quiet place to park your RV
  • Relax, watch birds and butterflies, and enjoy the outdoors
Rancho Lomitas Native Plant Nursery

March’s public tour
is scheduled for
March 23, 2019.

Tour season is in full swing! February's public tour is scheduled for February 16, 2019. Call (956) 486-2576 or
(956) 500-1392 or email info@rancholomitas.com for reservations on this tour or to book your private tour. The tour will focus on the many uses of the native plants of South Texas.

Rancho Lomitas Native Plant Nursery

Want to spend more
time here at
Rancho Lomitas?

Want to spend more time here at Rancho Lomitas? Come stay in one of our RV sites. They all have 50 and 20 amp connections, water, and sewer. Five of our sites also have 30 amp connections. The site above is one of our most requested.

Rancho Lomitas Native Plant Nursery

Now is the perfect time to add native plants to your
landscape.

Now is the perfect time to add native plants to your landscape.  We still have plenty of butterfly plants, both nectar and host plants.  Call or email to find out if we have what you are looking for in the nursery.  Ranchers interested in adding quality deer browse should call for planting in October and November.

Rancho Lomitas Native Plant Nursery
Rancho Lomitas Native Plant Nursery

If you are looking for quiet comfort with nature all around you, our casitas are just what you are looking for. Each casita is fully furnished including a fully stocked kitchen. All you need to bring is your favorite food and drink!

Rancho Lomitas Native Plant Nursery

Jim, our resident naturalist, has published dozens of articles on the "wild things" one can find in South Texas.  Read one of his articles on Jim's Wild Things page.