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Words That Make a Gardener

Monday, November 19th, 2012 Posted in Techniques, bees, compost, drought, lawn replace, perennials, roses, round table, vegetables, wildlife | 10 Comments »

What makes up a gardener’s vocabulary?  We’ll just skip over the ones unfit for a family blog! I’ll start with Endurance, since that defines most of us after a Texas summer. Change. If that one’s missing, I suspect it’s a painting, ...

Thankful garden revelations|CTG round table, what next?

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011 Posted in bees, butterflies, drought, fall plants, native plants, round table | 18 Comments »

As we approach Thanksgiving, I’m thankful for this year’s revelations. It would be just lovely if we had naturally luscious soil, rain on cue (but not too much at one time), a scattering of days over 100° instead of an ordeal, ...