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Front Yard Native Plant Wildlife Habitat

One of the hardest things for gardeners to learn is the art of layering for year-round flowers. AND, the whole gang must be compatible with the soil, amount of light, and moisture conditions, too. Michelle and Louis Lay absolutely nailed it in a very new garden. As first-time gardeners in 2019, they started whittling away | read more →

Grateful for Wildlife Gardeners Like You!

Across this adventurous year, gardeners spanning Central Texas welcomed us into their gardens and heartfelt journeys. Goals, styles, and personalities vary, but all share one thing: a commitment to restore wildlife habitat. Over and over, we heard, “Thanks to what we’re doing, we’re seeing so many more butterflies, bees, lizards, and birds. We’re so grateful.” | read more →

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Gardens for Well-Being All Year

air date: November 18, 2023

Embrace winter’s dormancy to support treasured wildlife, renew summer-depleted soil, and appreciate our garden’s architectural gifts. Kristin and Ryan Harvey created their dream garden from lifeless soil and Shaman Jesus Garcia of The Herbal Action Project cultivates spiritual and physical healing outdoors. Learn how snow and ice insulate our plants. Indoors, go for bold, beautiful foliage.

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Tom Spencer update:

Tom suffered a massive stroke in September. Please send cards (no food) to:

Tom Spencer #209
Auberge Assisted Living
14058A Bee Cave Parkway
Bee Cave, TX 78738

Get updates on Tom here.

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December To Do List

This month's tips for how to care for your plants, pruning, fertilizing, lawn care, and preping for your garden. Read the entire to do list.

Plant of the Week

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