Poppies are popping our eyes out around town! What creative little hybridizers they are. I love it when plants are craftier than we are. My native Salvia lyrata seeds plopped down in narrow chinks of my rough stone back patio. Thank you! In a drive by garden, I bet the gardeners “sort of” planned this | read more →
Can you believe the bearded iris this year? Even when not in bloom, I like them for drought defiant garden structure all year. A shot on my way to work. Dutch irises don’t keep their foliage, but what an inexpensive return investment in spring! Here’s mine with Salvia greggii. Our Viewer Picture goes to collegiate | read more →
encore air date: April 16, 2015
original air date: April 18, 2015
Spring into creative concepts with fun recycled containers and delicious plants with Amanda Moon from It’s About Thyme. On tour, meet creative young Makers at the Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders. Daphne explains how to cut back that unruly primrose jasmine. Annual hyacinth bean vine is her Plant of the Week for sweet pink and white summer flowers and glossy burgundy seed pods in fall. John Dromgoole tackles staking tomatoes and vines with T-posts and bamboo.