Recent CTG Episodes
Permaculture meets hospitality at Cosmic Coffee and Beer where Paul Oveisi created sustainable gardens and wildlife habitat set around ponds and gracious waterfall. Step into a meditative journey and Japanese pond design based on Zen philosophy at Rajat and Lisa Agarwal’s garden, members of the Austin Pond Society. In San Marcos, Dawn Houser cultivates food, flowers, and resourceful creativity around a mid-1940s bungalow.
For a 1930’s Tudor-style home, landscape designer Kim Beal goes for casual style with formal lines in shady gardens where seasonal flowering joins evergreen textural foliage to define outdoor living destinations. In Kyle, after 12 years in theater management, Leigh’Ann and Jordan Andrews turned the spotlight on a dream cultivated since grad school: growing healthy food for their community. When they bought their house in a suburban neighborhood, they scrapped Bermuda grass lawn to plant crops for farmers’ market harvests, naming it Billie and Jean’s Farm after their grandmothers. Since fall’s the best time to plant roses, William Glenn at Barton Springs Nursery shows us how