Beets, carrot, garlic, lettuce, mustard, onion, parsley, radish, Swiss chard, spinach, turnips, herbs Read: Best Timing for Popular Fall Veggies Alyssum, bluebonnets, dianthus, delphinium, hollyhocks, larkspur, nasturtium, pansies, petunias, phlox, … Read More
(Click to Expand) Trees, shrubs, and perennials get a great bonus when planted in fall. South Texas enjoys relatively warm soil temperatures through fall and winter, and cooler air temperatures … Read More
There are a wide variety of pollutants released in your home by furniture, paint, carpet, household cleansers, even gas cooktops and hot water in the shower, that can trigger illnesses, … Read More
We all know how hard you’ve worked to have a beautiful landscape. Now how do you keep it thriving and surviving the summer heat? Check out our Top Tips for Summer Success. … Read More
Water in well (approximately 30 minutes per area). Read: Does Your Lawn Look as Bad as Mine? We recommend: Ortho Weed B Gon for Southern Lawns for broadleaf weeds, Image … Read More
Carnations, larkspur, nasturtium, petunias, poppy Garden Guide: Planting Fall & Winter Annuals Pansies, petunias, alyssum, dianthus, snapdragons, ornamental cabbage and kale, geraniums The roots of hardy plants grow during our … Read More
There are numerous selections of vegetables to be started in the garden or in containers. Come in and pick up our fall vegetable guide. Read: Why Botanical Interests is Our … Read More
1. Proper Watering – This is the most important of all. Water slow and deep to make sure at least one inch of water is applied to all established lawn and landscape plants for our long hot summers. Smaller bedding plants such as annual color and perennial beds will require a second supplemental watering since they have a smaller root system.