Tips of the Week
Plant perennial mums for fall color. If given some protection from afternoon sun, they are pretty drought-tolerant.
Start planting wildflower seeds, including the maroon bluebonnet developed by Texas A&M University!
Plant spring and fall perennials.
Plant winter vegetable seeds and transplants.
If we get a blast of hot weather (as we will), you may want to protect with shade cloth.
In a few weeks, get your rowcover ready in case we get a surprise dip to the 40s.
Plant herbs, including lemon balm, cilantro, rosemary, dill, chervil, fennel, parsley and sage.
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