Archive for the ‘habitat’ Category

Mash-up: artful edibles for all

Thursday, October 16th, 2014 Posted in garden art, garden projects, garden rooms, garden structure, habitat, herbs, lawn replace, master gardeners, native plants, patios, recipes, water features | 2 Comments »

First, we've got lots of drowning going on, since rain isn’t always reasonable.  When it drops a bomb, xeric herbs like sage dive out. Daphne explains what happened to Tracie Storie’s healthy, long-term thyme and others. Tracie keeps them on the dry ...

Wildlife Secrets|Tools for Pesky Saplings|Drowning

Thursday, September 18th, 2014 Posted in Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, Tools, bees, birds, butterflies, drought, garden bloggers, garden rooms, habitat, hummingbirds, lawn replace, perennials | 4 Comments »

I could eat my chile tepins, but I’ll let the birds go first. They always know where to deposit seeds in those shady, psycho light spots where we’re wringing our hands about what to plant.They freeze back in winter but ...

Fireworks in August!

Tuesday, August 12th, 2014 Posted in drought, groundcovers, habitat, hummingbirds, lawn replace, native plants, succulents | 6 Comments »

First, big deal fireworks for Central Texas Gardener! We’d sure love your vote for our SXSW panel: The Future of Food: Tradition Meets Technology. It takes just a minute to register and vote.  Just click on ...

Cheers! Amy Stewart & Lucinda Hutson

Thursday, June 12th, 2014 Posted in books, garden designers, garden rooms, garden structure, groundcovers, habitat, lawn replace, plant uses, shade plants, succulent flowers | 1 Comment »

What a show we’ve had with skyrocketing succulents! Yucca rostratas at Habanero Mexican Café synchronized their traffic-stopper explosion. We know that some agaves die after blooming, like Randy Case’s Agave victoriae-reginae. But what about yuccas and sotols (Dasylirion wheeleri) like this one ...