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April 22, 2021 Reveling in the flowery, herb-scented beauty of Lucinda Hutson‘s garden is always a delight, but especially this spring, after the ...

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Applicational Benefits of Growing Indoor with HydroponicsBeneficial Rooting System This factor is generally attributed to other benefits of hydroponics ...

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Because infestations are so difficult to get rid of and no one likes to have to throw out a heavily infested plant even if it is in the best interests of ...

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April 19, 2021 Freeze-damaged squid agave Today I’m taking a look at my woody lilies and bromeliads — plants like agave, yucca, nolina, sotol, ...

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Is cilantro and coriander the same? Firstly, it’s important to note the linguistic difference between the two. In European standard, the preferred word for ...

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April 16, 2021 I kept hearing that bluebonnets were a bit of a no-show in Central Texas this year due to a dry fall and winter, not because of the ...

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When Should You Use a Lawn Sweeper?A lawn sweeper is a great option if you are maintaining a large lawn of 1 acre or more, if you have to regularly deal ...

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April 15, 2021 Growing coreopsis foliage. I don’t know about the beetle but hope it’s not a pest. Today I’m taking a look at my perennials, the second ...

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Melancias are quite adaptable, but there are some conditions required for ideal growth. These include:TemperatureWhile melancias are not overly sensitive, ...

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April 14, 2021 ‘Winter Gem’ boxwoods shrugged off the freeze with no damage, as did ‘Micron’ yaupon hollies (center circle) Texas gardeners are ...

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Ripe butternut squash is creamy, sweet, and nutty – the perfect fall and winter vegetable for soups, casseroles, risotto, pasta, and even dessert. Pick it ...

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April 12, 2021 Getting closer to a state of acceptance It’s been two months since the Big Freeze of mid-February, and my garden, which thankfully has ...

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