Category : Lifestyle

by Site Admin - 5 months ago

Farewell, fall flowers; hello, first freeze

December 01, 2020 So long, ‘Grapes’ gomphrena. It’s been a grand fall. But with a first freeze of 29F predicted early this morning, I expect your button-like flowers will soon look pale and freeze-dried. Well, it was tim...

by Site Admin - 5 months ago

Grow a hedge using native Texas plants

November 30, 2020 I want to share a little more Wildflower Center inspiration, this time from the maze in the Family Garden. Traditionally mazes are defined by clipped boxwood or yew hedges that grow at least to head-height — about 6 feet t...

by Site Admin - 5 months ago

Home-garden design inspiration using native plants

November 29, 2020 On my recent visit to the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, I was struck by the design of this small garden, which uses native Texas plants in a traditional but lively way to create a space that would look right at home in a...

by Site Admin - 5 months ago

Winter pots – really useful tips!

Did you know that planting winter pots is a little different from planting summer pots? And that’s not just because the plants need to be winter-hardy. So I went to... The post Winter pots – really useful tips! appeared first on The Middl...

by Site Admin - 5 months ago

gifts for gardeners: my tried-and-true gear

EVERY YEAR I do a guide of “gifts for gardeners,” and every year it’s the same stuff, basically (how unoriginal and embarrassing). But how can.. The post gifts for gardeners: my tried-and-true gear appeared first on A Way To Garden....