(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
Webbing on tree bark, white stuff on plants, & what’s cutting circles in my leaves? Bark Lice: Good We get lots of calls about webbing on tree trunks this time … Read More
Watch: A Great Trick to Green Up Your Lawn & Garden! Read: Fall’s Around the Corner – it’s Garden Time! Plant tomato, eggplant, and pepper transplants after August 10th. Be … Read More
Apply a fast release (Gill Lawn & Garden 13-1-3) or slow release fertilizer (Green Diamond 21-7-14) to your lawn and water in well, approximately 30 minutes per area. Organic: Milorganite, Medina … 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.
Mealybugs are here! Look on the tips, stems, and undersides of the leaves for these white insects clustered together. If they go unnoticed for a short period of time , … Read More
It seems everywhere I turn I see bugs. Chinch bugs in the grass, worms eating bougainvilleas, scale on irises and lilies, mealy bugs on tropicals. To spray, or not to … Read More