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It’s normal for plants to droop in the afternoon, especially in the brutal heat of summer. Before you water, check the soil moisture at least two inches deep. The Texas …

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What heights should you set your lawnmower? How often you mow and how short you cut the grass can determine how much water you save — or waste. With recent …

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Lady in Spring Garden Planting

After you bring home your plants from the nursery, follow these steps to ensure they live long and prosper. All babies need a sheltered environment to grow up in, one …

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Compost is the stuff of life, brimming with magic-making microbes that nourish the soil. You may already know that compost is decaying plant and animal matter, from grass clippings and …

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There’s no magic potion to increase survival of frost-intolerant, heat-loving plants. Instead, be patient and know how to recognize signs of survival. Several weeks ago I recommended patience and leaving …

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Aside from beautifying your yard, many of the approved WaterSaver Landscape Coupon plants also double as hosts for butterfly and moth caterpillars. Many of us are familiar with the monarch …

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New to gardening? Follow these easy steps to a garden full of perfectly planted perennials that will continue to delight year after year. Measure the fit. Check the plant tag …

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San Antonio’s growing season doesn’t click with the application schedule for these products. Read on to learn more reasons not to weed and feed. It’s spring and big box stores …

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Got new plants but don’t know how to get started? Follow our easy planting guide to get your flora flourishing. With spring underway, many of us are coming home from …

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When it comes to spiffing up your yard, less is more. Overwintering wildlife appreciate old blooms and fallen leaves to use as habitat. Following winter freezes and an ice storm …

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