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Black Chinned Hummingbird

By Brad Wier. If your garden’s still bursting with hardy perennials, be on the lookout for some of the feistiest hummingbirds of the year. Perfectly attired in red-and-green Christmas elf …

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By Dominique Silva. Beautiful days, spectacular sunsets and pleasant weather have been plentiful this mild December. But this year’s first freeze early this week is a signal that it’s time …

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By Sarah Galvan. Texas may not be known for its seasonal color, but the prairie flame-leaf sumac (Rhus lanceolata) remains an exception. In November and December, this aptly named native …

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By Brad Wier. Living in South Central Texas you might scratch your head when you hear that this is the best time for landscape planting. And with potentially freezing temperatures …

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By Seth Patterson, SAWS Conservation Consultant.  You have several options to get rid of autumn leaves. But it might be simpler — and more beneficial for your landscape — to …

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By Sarah Galvan. This may be fallen leaves and pumpkin season, but there is still time to plant wildflowers! If summer 2023 left your landscape with sunny bare patches, sowing …

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Milberger's "How To" Series

Fall has finally arrived in Texas! Fall (before the frost), is the best time to divide and plant your perennial flowers so that they have time to develop good, strong …

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By Cleveland Powell, SAWS Conservation Planner Patience, trust and no fuss — these are just a few of our recommendations to help your milkweed flourish. Many of us have heard …

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Don’t let drought be a plot twist. Discover the secrets to a yard that thrills despite drought — and provides a wild escape for pollinators. Thrilling, spine-chilling and full of …

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If you were in San Antonio through summer this year, congratulations: you survived our hottest summer on record — and the fifth-driest. Between the heat and absence of rain, gardeners …

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