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Trash the Turf and Go Native Instead

For green grass yards to thrive (or even survive) in our region, we’re forced to over-fertilize and over-water. But there is a better way.

There’s a common misconception that…

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our phone lines are temporarily down

Due to a nearby lighting strike
our phone lines are temporarily down
and we don’t have an estimated time that they will be repaired.

The nursery is open, fully staffed and in full operation.

You can…

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Preventing Pollution from Rainfall Runoff

Fertilizers and pesticides can be washed away by rainwater to nearby creeks and rivers. A few simple solutions can prevent this pollution — and save water! From heat to cold, rain to…

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Mosquitos: Masters of Misery

Stop swatting and start enjoying your great outdoors. Use these methods to help prevent these biting bloodsuckers from hanging around. All the weeks of drought-busting rain showers this spring have been great…

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Lawn with St Augustine grass

Lawn Care 101

Maintaining a large lawn doesn’t have to be complicated. Just follow these four simple steps to keep it healthy and green — and save a lot of green on your water bill….

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Design a Rain Garden

With all the rain we’ve been getting — and the possibility of more on the way — it may be a good idea to invest in a rain garden. Rain gardens have…

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Groundcover Mondo Monkey Grass

The Groundcover Alternative

The clear benefit of using ground covers instead of grass is less of everything — less water, less fertilizer, less pesticides and less mowing.


Tired of mowing, weeding, feeding…

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Purslane

Blooming Annuals for Summer

Here is information on several annual plants to consider using for color this summer.

The newest Texas Superstar is a plant that has been around awhile, but the Superstar…

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Frozen plants

Big Freeze Aftermath

Our area hasn’t seen single-digit temps since the 1980s. So what garden tasks should take priority? First, check for leaks. Then assess your plants — or what’s left of them.