- Caring for New Landscape
- Good Water Practice for Established Trees, Shrubs, and Lawns
- Tree Watering Guide – Anaqua, Desert Willow, Italian Cypress, Magnolia, Mesquite, Norfolk Pine, Palms, Pecan, Possum Haw, Red Bud, TX Mountain Laurel, Vitex, Wax Myrtle, Wild Olive
- Tree Watering Guide – Live Oak, Cedar Elm, Crape Myrtle, Fan Tex Ash, Bamboo, Yaupon Holly
- Water Wise Landscaping
Pro Planting Tip: Not Too Deep!
Whether you are potting up new flowers for Spring or planting a new veggie garden, proper planting depth is critical to the success of your plant. All plants have surface ...
Get Your Tools Sharpened!
Thanks to your appreciation for good sharp tools, tool sharpening is now an everyday service here! Bring ‘em now for Spring projects. Pruners, loppers, & axes: $10 eaHedge shears: $15 ...
Get Ready for Spring – James’ Tips for Lawns, Pruning, and Citrus
James Gill had his annual Get Ready for Spring garden talk here at Gill’s last weekend. As always, it was a big hit – standing room only! In case you ...
Timing Is Everything!
Citrus Trees Fertilize your citrus NOW for more blooms, May/June for better fruit set, September/October for nutrients. This past year I fertilized our citrus only once in June - our ...
Tips For Beautiful Flowers
As the Fall season comes around, so does a breath of new flowers to plant. Annuals like Impatiens, Violas, Begonia, Petunias, Snapdragons, & Lobelia are some local favorites. Warm days ...
Organic Gardening Tips: Feed Your Soil First
Working organic material into your soil helps plants thrive “Organic gardening” is a broad term that in its simplest form means caring for your garden or landscape without the use ...