This Week's Episode
What’s to eat? That is, for the pollinators we so welcome? Andrea DeLong-Amaya from the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center explains who goes for nectar or pollen and how to keep those busy bees and butterflies around all year. On tour, designer Annie Gillespie and associate Rachael Beavers designed a multi-level wildlife and drought resistant garden that started with water control and retention. Daphne answers: how should I prune my crape myrtle? If you’re looking for a native, drought tough, deer resistant groundcover, go for silvery wooly stemodia, Daphne’s Plant of the Week. Bring on the hummingbirds with John Dromgoole’s tips for feeders and plants.