Archive for the ‘recycling’ Category

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 ...

Plants & Design to Fall For

Thursday, October 23rd, 2014 Posted in fall plants, garden art, garden rooms, garden structure, habitat, lawn replace, mulch, native plants, perennials, prairie, recycling | 6 Comments »

I love autumn, my favorite season, really. So do the bees that are abuzz about my fall asters. This frostweed planted itself on a greenbelt fence in a garden we taped last week. The family’s left this section to its ...

Creative plants and gardeners |Master Gardener Tour 2014

Thursday, April 17th, 2014 Posted in Tours, drought, garden art, garden bloggers on tour, garden structure, lawn replace, master gardeners, recycling, water features | 3 Comments »

There’s certainly been a buzz about the maroon bluebonnets at the UT Tower! I don’t understand the uproar at all. Most certainly this is a fluke, not a prank. And, the color won’t last as long as the historic A&M/UT rivalry, ...

Gardening on a budget with recycled fun!

Thursday, November 14th, 2013 Posted in Nurseries, Texas A&M, bees, destinations, fall plants, garden art, garden bloggers, garden projects, garden structure, herbs, lawn replace, recycling, succulents | 3 Comments »

“Are you going to use that?”  Gardeners are masters at recycling—plants, curbside scavenges, leaves, whatever. Give us somebody’s leftovers and we’ll find a way to use them!  You can have a ton of fun without a ton of money. Plants are ...