Growing late-season tomatoes in Houston is easy, but not every variety is suited for fall planting! Read on to discover the best kinds of tomatoes you can plant now.
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.