Archive for the ‘garden art’ Category

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 ...

Glorious grasses & updated garden style

Thursday, November 13th, 2014 Posted in chickens, compost, fall plants, garden art, garden rooms, grasses, habitat, lawn replace, native plants, patios, perennials, raised beds | 2 Comments »

This guy's the star for me this week, picked just in time to beat being freeze-dried. It's all I got from my tiny first-year plant, but under that succulent peel lie big hopes for next year if I fertilize starting ...

Tempting Trees and Fall Fun

Thursday, November 6th, 2014 Posted in fall plants, frost protection, garden art, lawn replace, trees, water features | 5 Comments »

On the way to the recycling bin, I stopped in my tracks.  Wow, a Monarch butterfly chowing down on ‘Butterpat’ chrysanthemums! I dropped the stuff and slowly backed up to get the camera. Good luck to me that it wasn’t ...