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Growing Grapes & More + Tait Moring’s Artistic Hillside Habitat

Thursday, February 5th, 2015 Posted in books, fruit trees, garden art, garden designers, garden rooms, garden structure, grapes, patios, trees, vegetables | 9 Comments »

Ever wanted to be your own micro-vintner? First, let’s leave those Concord grape vines to wither on the box store shelves! Instead, go for the grapes that appreciate Central Texas, like Victoria Red. This week, see which ones to grow ...

Landscape “architecture” for everybody!

Thursday, January 22nd, 2015 Posted in Texas A&M, flood control, garden art, garden design, garden designers, garden projects, garden rooms, garden structure, lawn replace, patios, pruning, trees | 8 Comments »

Often people ask me: what IS landscape architecture? So, this week, we’re thrilled to present Ixchel Granada and Aaron Kotwal, Texas A&M University landscape architecture students. Enthusiastic, introspective and tremendously farsighted, they’ve got their hands on the future as they ...

Taming Runoff, Gluten Free Caesar Salad, Habitat Meets Art

Thursday, January 15th, 2015 Posted in Vines, flood control, garden art, garden designers, garden rooms, garden structure, groundcovers, habitat, lawn replace, native plants, rain catchment, recipes, recycling, succulents | 4 Comments »

We love the rain but not when it threatens our homes and erodes our gardens! This week, Roc + Solid Land Designer Elizabeth McGreevy joins Tom to wrangle rushing rainfall and keep it on site. Elizabeth explains a few simple ...

Triple P: Popsicles, Pesticides, Pond Care

Thursday, July 17th, 2014 Posted in Insects, Nurseries, garden designers, groundcovers, native plants, ponds, recipes | 2 Comments »

Forecast: hot & icky, with more to come. Along with jumping into the nearest pool, cool down with home-made popsicles! Hey, much cheaper than moving to Alaska. Trisha Shirey shows how to make yummy, healthy versions. And they’re so ...