“Free Plants” guarantees a crowd every time. So, it’s a kick when we’re gifted at home, like my mystery peach tree, most likely planted by a raccoon. Even though the location’s not ideal under a tree canopy, it flaunted flowers a few days after the freeze, and with luck, some sweet fruit to come. We | read more →
We sure can pack all four seasons into one week! In Burnet, native live oak trees are all aglow–their golden spring version of leaf-peeping–as they drop some of last year’s leaves for new growth. (So, if your live oaks are looking yellowed, but not “striped” orange in the middle, it’s okay.) From brisk to baking | read more →
encore date: March 16, 2019
original air date: February 9, 2019
Yikes! I killed my succulent (and/or) air plant. To spare you that grief, Monique Capanelli from Articulture Designs clues us into success with mixed succulent designs for architectural beauty indoors. On tour, Colleen Jamison and Bruce Baldwin unite charm, romance, and hardcore practicality in their home and garden makeover. Daphne analyzes mysterious twigs/branches that appear to be sawed off trees. Find out why the culprits, twig girdlers, are so active and why it’s probably not a concern. Rebel Roots blogger Molly Pikarsky, Flora and Fauna Manager at Lake Austin Spa Resort, explores how microbes improve your soil and how to increase their activity.
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.