Happy 2023! January is time to get started on garden resolutions. Planning a veggie garden? New landscape beds? More Texas native plants to support wildlife? So many possibilities, and we’re … Read More
10 Gift Ideas for the Gardeners on Your List
Come take a stroll through our garden and do a little stress-free shopping. We can help you pick out the perfect gifts that grow and other useful gifts that the … Read More
Top 6 Gardening Must-Do’s for September 2022
What a joy to see green everywhere! You can feel the big sigh of relief from plants and people too. All this rain is FANTASTIC news for fall gardens! Here … Read More
May Garden Guide
Apply Medina Growin’ Green or Milorganite to your lawn. Water in well approximately 30 minutes per area to begin working. These feed the soil and your lawn. Conventionally, use a … Read More
Top 5 Must Do’s for April!
April is here! We’re cruising right into a beautiful Spring – there’s lots to do to make the most of all this sunshine and new growth! Here’s our list to … Read More
Bring on the Butterflies!
One of my favorite pastimes, in between planting, fertilizing, trimming, and mulching, is sitting in my backyard and watching the butterflies dance around my garden. Here’s a few tips to … Read More
March Garden Guide
Read: Treat For Take-All Patch in Lawns Watch: How to Collect a Grass Sample Most annuals and perennials can now be purchased as transplants this month. Here is a list … Read More
Get Ready for Spring with James Gill
We are beyond excited to host you all in person for our first Garden Talk of 2022! James’ ‘Get Ready for Spring’ talk is a long-standing tradition. If you’ve got … Read More
Timing Is Everything!
Citrus Trees Fertilize your citrus NOW for more blooms, May/June for better fruit set, September/October for nutrients. For citrus trees, we recommend fertilizing with Espoma Citrus-Tone – all organic Knock-out Roses We … Read More
Top 6 Must-Do’s for January 2022!
Welcome to 2022! January is the planning month for South Texas gardeners. Time to think about what/where/when/how, and most importantly, why to plant! Here are our top January to-do’s to … Read More