Air plants are the free spirits of the plant world, free from the confines of a soil-filled planter. They'll thrive practically anywhere you place them, so long as they get a little sunshine and water.
What's our favorite part of fall, you ask? These gorgeous garden plants that love the cooler weather!
This easy fall craft combines two of our favorite things; succulents and pumpkins!
The benefits of creating an organic vegetable gardening are staggering. Learn how to join in on the growing trend!
Pssst, wanna know the secret to a gorgeous garden that requires barely any upkeep? Read on to find out how you can achieve your ultimate garden goals, with half the effort!
It's been lurking in remote Northern bogs for thousands of years, and it's nearly indestructible. Don't worry; it's not a creature from a cheesy 60's horror film—it's peat moss, and it's one of the best potting soil amendments in existence!
Did you know that if you start planting right away, you can enjoy a garden full of fresh veggies all winter long? Amazing, right? Here are the best vegetables to plant in the fall and winter, for a fully-stocked produce aisle in your own backyard.
With a name like doveweed, you’d think this plant was gentle and graceful like a cooing bird, but the truth is, this common Houston weed is a total terror. A more appropriate name would be honey badger weed—it just tears through your lawn and gobbles up all the nutrients in the soil, without a care in the world. That is, until you step in with the big guns. While weed control isn’t always the simplest task, there are a few products and techniques that can help you control doveweed without too much hassle. However, not every herbicide is effective against it, so you’ll need to choose wisely.
We’re kinda obsessed with tomatoes. Luckily our Houston climate allows us to plant for a second round of tomatoes in the fall, but there are a few key differences between fall and spring planting.
Many of us don‘t quite enjoy gardening as much in the sweltering Texas summer sun. Now that the weather is slightly more bearable, try planting some of these fall favorites that enjoy a little chill as much as you do!