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Freeze Report|Cold & Deer Proof Succulents|Citrus|Chickens!

Thursday, March 27th, 2014 Posted in Late spring flowers, agaves, citrus, deer, freeze damage, garden bloggers, master gardeners, tomatoes | 8 Comments »

First, please join us in thanking the Austin Area Garden Council at Zilker Botanical Garden, our new production underwriter! Their support helps continue our mission to serve you.  This weekend—March 29 & 30—head out to the 57th annual Zilker Garden ...

Ready to go wild with a bigger picture?

Thursday, September 26th, 2013 Posted in Late spring flowers, Seeds, annuals, early spring flowers, fall plants, garden design, habitat, lawn replace, master gardeners, native plants, perennials, wildflowers | 6 Comments »

As we head into primetime seeding and transplanting, consider the holistic picture of wildlife food and habitat along with your on-going delight. Coneflowers shine in spring and again in fall. Their seeds feed little birds for months if you don’t ...

Love + Joy = Sharon Lovejoy & Dirty Birdie Fun!

Wednesday, June 26th, 2013 Posted in Insects, birds, books, garden bloggers, garden projects, habitat, master gardeners, trees, vegetables | No Comments »

When it’s this hot & icky, what fun to get a rain lily surprise, even when it hasn’t rained! Boo, will it ever again? My little garden team will make it through this misery, despite the 6 p.m. weariness. ...

Minus Lawn Equals Plus

Thursday, April 4th, 2013 Posted in Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, Late spring flowers, annuals, bees, birds, books, bulbs, compost, early spring flowers, fertilizing, garden bloggers, garden designers, garden structure, keyhole gardens, lawn replace, master gardeners, native plants, organic fertilizers, perennials, poppies, roses, vegetables, wildlife | 10 Comments »

My knee can tell you how much grass I’ve dug up over time! My shovel moans, too, if we count the holes we’ve dug to fill the blanks. Actually, one shovel committed suicide. The pain is worth the gain, like ...