February Gardening Checklist

It is already the middle of February and already the end of the cold dormant season. Hopefully, it will end soon, as I’m tired of floods, snow, wind and storms.. But who isn’t? However, some gardening chores can’t be postponed Read More …

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Texas Yellow Bells

As a Texas Super Star, Yellow Elder has recently become a popular ornamental plant in Texas gardens. In the wild it will be found growing on rocky slopes near San Antonio and in the Trans-Pecos, north into New Mexico and Read More …

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Add Natural Music to Your Garden with wind chimes

Wind chimes are loved by nearly everyone on earth and when they are garden wind chimes you can only imagine the delight they bring. Garden wind chimes can be placed in any garden and add a natural music to your Read More …

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The War on Fire Ants

Although it is commonly said that all is fair in love and war, we want to promote environmentally friendly actions. Only Attack the Fire Ants! You want to be very careful to kill only the fire ants and not all Read More …

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Tips And Tools For Your Spring Cleanup

There’s good news for homeowners preparing for their first yard work of the season. Investing a little time and effort in selecting the right tools and techniques when it comes to your spring yard

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