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Pruning prep + Fruit trees + Rooftop gardens

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013 Posted in Late spring flowers, Techniques, Texas A&M, fruit trees, garden design, garden designers, native plants, perennials, plant propagation, pruning, recipes, rooftop gardens | 2 Comments »

Christmas lights are down, but my shrimp plants glow like holiday lights all day! That brings up the top question right now: when do we clean up and cut back? Well, I’m not cutting back that beauty just yet. I’ll take ...

Winter drought care trees & wildflowers|Edibles meet perennials

Thursday, January 3rd, 2013 Posted in Insects, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, bees, container gardens, disease, drought, early spring flowers, fruit trees, garden design, garden designers, master gardeners, native plants, poppies, recipes, trees, vegetables, wildflowers | 12 Comments »

Happy New Year! Good wishes to you all that 2013 sprinkles us with abundant joy. Unless we get a few serious sprinkles from above, we need to water our wildflower rosettes, like bluebonnets. Thanks to Jean Warner for Daphne’s question this ...

Fall in love with autumn bulbs and grasses

Thursday, September 27th, 2012 Posted in annuals, books, bulbs, companion plants, fall plants, fruit trees, garden design, herbs, lawn replace, native plants, recipes, wildflowers, wildlife | 6 Comments »

Big day in my garden! The autumn daffodils (Sternbergia lutea) popped up reliably a year after planting. These small crocus-like plants, native to the Mediterranean, are cute companions for red oxblood lilies and spider lilies (Lycoris radiata). Last fall on CTG, Chris ...

Garden Psychology: What Does Your Garden Say About You?

Thursday, July 19th, 2012 Posted in Insects, annuals, bees, butterflies, garden design, lawn replace, philosophy, recipes, vegetables | 14 Comments »

“Show me your garden and I shall tell you what you are.” Alfred Austin Like our home’s interior, our gardens reflect our essential selves at truly ground level. What do our gardens say about us? Risk or safety (the gambler in ...