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Ready Your Garden for the First Frost

Ready Your Garden for the First Frost

October 27, 2017 | By Carrie Dubberley | Reply More

With a cold front and the first fall frost just around the corner, ready your landscape with a few basic tips and find out what plants to cover, which to bring indoors, and which are done for the season.

Moisture Meter- The Simple and Smart Watering Gadget You Need

Moisture Meter- The Simple and Smart Watering Gadget You Need

August 3, 2017 | By Carrie Dubberley | Reply More

Learn to water wisely with this simple, handy gardening tool that checks the moisture levels in your garden soil and pots.

Spring Cleaning for Your Landscape

Spring Cleaning for Your Landscape

March 25, 2017 | By Carrie Dubberley | Reply More

Spring is officially here, and the warmer weather may have you itching to go out into the garden to get your hands dirty! But before you visit the nurseries and buy all the pretty flowers in sight, take a little time for some spring cleaning in your landscape.

Winter Tree Care & Planting

Winter Tree Care & Planting

March 4, 2017 | By Carrie Dubberley | Reply More

Before the rush of spring gardening, with all the excitement of visiting nurseries to find new shrubs, perennials and seasonal color, think about one of the most valuable parts of your landscape: trees. Winter may be a dormant time for trees, but it is the perfect time for planting trees and for taking care of the trees growing already in your landscape.

Love Your Garden In February

Love Your Garden In February

February 11, 2017 | By Carrie Dubberley | Reply More

For this Valentine’s day, show some love for your garden. Mid-February is an ideal time for a number of garden tasks, from pruning summer-blooming perennials, planting trees, shrubs, and a handful of edibles, to planning ahead for a bountiful spring.

Tasks for Your North Texas Winter Garden

Tasks for Your North Texas Winter Garden

February 10, 2017 | By Carrie Dubberley | Reply More

The weather outside may be blistering cold, but our winter gardens still afford us opportunities to put our green thumbs to work, and for more than just raking leaves! With roughly 6-8 weeks until the last average frost in North Texas, it is not too late to tend to these winter tasks, many of which will make your spring garden all the more enjoyable.

From DIY Landscape to Waterwise Winners

From DIY Landscape to Waterwise Winners

June 28, 2013 | By Carrie Dubberley | Reply More

With a custom plan, a Plano couple turned an uninspired backyard into an award-winning earth-friendly edible landscape.