Archive for the ‘disease’ Category

Garlic galore, peach tree disease, success with seeds, on tour in Jarrell

Thursday, September 8th, 2011 Posted in Pet of the Week, Seeds, bulbs, daylilies, disease, fall plants, fruit trees, garden bloggers, garden design, garden projects, wildlife | 16 Comments »

Well, what do you know? My oxblood lilies didn’t let me down in the toughest weather year of my life. Sure, it won’t be a blockbuster performance this round. But they’ve seen worse since Scott Ogden notes their Texas foothold in ...

Feeding wildlife; Pond Society tour; periwinkle rot

Thursday, June 2nd, 2011 Posted in Summer plants, Tours, bees, butterflies, disease, garden design, native plants, wildlife | 6 Comments »

I love free plants. These sunflowers sprouted from bird seed. I have no luck at all with the gorgeous hybrids, but without doing a thing, I get a wall of sunflowers all summer for bees and birds. We’re loving watching the lesser ...