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Hot Weather, Cool Vibes

Hey, who turned up the heat? Just in time to cool down these icky-sticky days, Caroline Riley from Mutable Earth Botanicals serves up aromatic herb infused honey and sun tea from garden harvests. “Really just working with honey brings a smile to your face. It’s kind of impossible not to smile,” she tells us. From | read more →

Planting Pretty Ponds and Gardens, Seed Saving Libraries

I never had luck with native coneflowers until they showed me where they wanted to be. As too much shade starts to impact their desired spot, they edge closer and closer to sunnier borders, but they still get sun breaks during the day. I love these multi-taskers since pollinators of all kinds sip nectar, birds | read more →

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Hot Weather, Cool Vibes

air date: May 25, 2024

With imagination, creative reuse, and fun, Jeffrey Harris and Kevin George turned an empty San Antonio backyard into a sensory voyage. Liz Pfluger from Green ‘n Growing  nursery in Pflugerville spotlights native plants geared for Central Texas weather, from the Blackland Prairie to the Hill Country. Caroline Riley from Mutable Earth Botanicals and Whole Life Learning Center cools us off with herb-infused honey and sun tea. 

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Supported by the Travis County Master Gardener Association.

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