Archive for the ‘Texas Native Plant Week’ Category

What’s the BUZZ About Native Plants?

Thursday, October 9th, 2014 Posted in Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, Texas Native Plant Week, Vines, bees, birds, butterflies, crafts, drought, garden bloggers on tour, garden rooms, lawn replace, native plants, perennials | 2 Comments »

Adaptable, rambunctious native Conoclinium coelestinum—one of a few called blue mistflower—is on target for the usual flock of butterflies (let’s hope). Boy, it’s been a rough year. Since winter’s 12° and drought, it’s the first time that my Salvia greggiis have ...

My garden’s celebrating Texas Native Plant Week!

Sunday, October 20th, 2013 Posted in Texas Native Plant Week, early spring flowers, fall plants | 2 Comments »

My Salvia coccinea invites you to celebrate Texas Native Plant Week Oct. 20 – 26! Officially designated as the third week in October, we can celebrate all year with trouble-free plants that attract wildlife and conserve water, like my perennial summer ...