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Honey bee

By Michael Hoyal, Intern at SAWS Conservation. There are at least 1,100 (maybe as many as 1,500) distinct species of bees native to Texas. Native bees are one of the …

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Festival of Flowers

Saturday, June 8. Expert landscaping advice and free WaterSaver plants — don’t miss this daylong event, Gardening experts, speakers and landscape experts and vendors from across South Texas will converge …

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By David Abrego. How often you mow and how short you cut the grass can determine how much water you save — or waste. With the recent warm-up, summer turf …

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Perennials flat

By Brad Wier. If you’re swapping out winter bedding for summer color this month, consider this: Changing everything to new bedding plants can be daunting during an extended drought. In …

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By David Abrego. This sun-loving perennial beauty bears sweet black fruit in late summer for you and the wildlife to enjoy. Many times, nature is not balanced and gives many …

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By Caroline Hartmann, Intern at SAWS Conservation. From backyard oasis to petite patio garden, any combination of potted plants will guarantee a fiesta, not a siesta. Updating your potted plants …

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Grass

By Sarah Thissen.   You don’t need a green thumb to transform your water-guzzling landscape. Keeping your lawn resilient in times of drought doesn’t have to be difficult or costly. It’s …

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By Cleveland Powell. Aside from being naturally evergreen, disease resistant and shade-loving, sedge is deer resistant, and (most importantly) drought hardy. Are y’all tired of buying new sod to fill …

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By Cleveland Powell. For 12 months of sunny color, you can’t beat the aster family. Take a look around and you’ll spot one blooming near you. One of the most …

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By Dominique Silva. Staying in town for spring break? Check out these spots to spy wildflowers and enjoy the great outdoors. It’s the time of year many Texans get excited …

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