- 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
New Organic Potting Soil for 2019!
We are now pleased to offer Nature’s Creation Organic Potting Soil with Mycorrhizal Fungi for our 2019 garden season! Some of our good friends in the green industry, Mr. ...
Debbie’s Backyard Bounty
It’s harvest time around my house and I have to admit the bounty is big this winter. This past fall, I planted later than usual (Oct 13th) due to rainy ...
What Does Xeriscape Mean to You?
What does Xeriscape mean to you? Cactus and rocks? Yes, it could be that, but it can be much more! Texas native plants? Yes, many Texas natives fit a xeriscape, ...
Looking Sharp for Spring!
Each year in January and February, I give my pre-spring "Get Ready for Spring" garden talk. I always start the talk with pre-spring pruning and the importance of sharp tools. ...
Trimming Ornamental Grasses
The last week of January to first week of February is the best time to prune ornamental grasses. New spring growth will not emerge properly and abundantly if plants are ...
Succulents – Our Winter Surprise!
Just when you think things are going monochromatic for the winter, a bright stalk appears in the landscape, then another and another… the aloe plants have gone into bloom. Torches of red, ...