May Gardening Tips: Flowers, Flowers and More Flowers

Thursday, April 18th, 2019

What is on your May Gardening to-do list? April’s showers are giving way to May flowers! Mother’s Day is a perfect time to gift mom with a gardening-related item. Instead of the usual vase of cut flowers, plan ahead and give that special person a naturally-inspired bouquet that changes with seasons, a beautiful container garden. […]

Best Bets for February Gardening: Planting Potatoes

Thursday, January 17th, 2019

 
 
Planting potatoes is top of the list this time of year especially with our unpredictable North Texas weather—our February weather can be a gamble—temps can be spring-like one day and fall below freezing the next. But, the weather extremes should not deter gardeners from planting this month.
Other good go-to cold weather vegetables are root produce such […]

Pruning Crape Myrtle Trees

Wednesday, January 16th, 2019

A touchy topic is pruning crape myrtle trees.  Do you prune them? When and how much?
Never cap your crape myrtle trees. Above – the wrong way. Below – leave them as trees.
The best time to prune is late winter, February – March.  The goal is to enhance the trees natural form, don’t force it to […]

Onion Plants FAQ

Wednesday, December 19th, 2018

Onion Plants
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q: What onion varieties should be planted to produce large, sweet bulbs?

A: Plant the varieties 1015Y, Granex, White Bermuda, or Burgundy. These onions are considered short-day onions. Planted at the right time for your area and given proper moisture, fertility, and weather, they should produce large, sweet bulbs.
 

Q: What are the […]

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