Archive for the ‘succulents’ Category

Fireworks in August!

Tuesday, August 12th, 2014 Posted in drought, groundcovers, habitat, hummingbirds, lawn replace, native plants, succulents | 6 Comments »

First, big deal fireworks for Central Texas Gardener! We’d sure love your vote for our SXSW panel: The Future of Food: Tradition Meets Technology. It takes just a minute to register and vote.  Just click on ...

So Succulent!

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014 Posted in cactus, crafts, cut flowers, drought, garden clubs, succulents | 6 Comments »

This week, we repeat our show on fabulous succulent designs! Yes, you know that succulents are thrifty on water. But have you thought about using your cuttings in floral arrangements? Well, here you go! This week, Trisha shows how to make enchanting ...

Drought Busters!

Thursday, April 3rd, 2014 Posted in Nurseries, bees, citrus, companion plants, drought, early spring flowers, fall plants, freeze damage, garden art, garden bloggers on tour, garden projects, lawn replace, native plants, patio plants, plant propagation, succulents | 8 Comments »

Despite only rainfall spit for months, a few poppies won’t miss their yearly applause. This clever one selected artemisia and lamb’s ears to show off in the crowd. I’m a fan of drought tolerant bearded iris, even when not in bloom. ...

Gardening on a budget with recycled fun!

Thursday, November 14th, 2013 Posted in Nurseries, Texas A&M, bees, destinations, fall plants, garden art, garden bloggers, garden projects, garden structure, herbs, lawn replace, recycling, succulents | 3 Comments »

“Are you going to use that?”  Gardeners are masters at recycling—plants, curbside scavenges, leaves, whatever. Give us somebody’s leftovers and we’ll find a way to use them!  You can have a ton of fun without a ton of money. Plants are ...