Houston's best-kept secret blooming plant is Galphimia glauca, commonly known as Thryallis or Rain of Gold.
The Urban Prairie Method is more than just a trendy gardening fad — it's a revolutionary way of creating a sprawling, colorful garden for a fraction of the effort. This gardening bandwagon is definitely worth jumping on!
Pssst… we’re gonna let you in on a little secret. You don’t have to spend over two bucks per avocado at the store! Grow your own at home, and spend that extra money on something else—like more tortilla chips.
The world is a better place with potatoes in it. There are a million different ways to cook them, and there are quite a few ways to grow them too!
The damage from Hurricane Harvey was catastrophic, and even more long-term problems are lurking in your yard. Here’s what you should know, and what you can do about it.
Why is it that everyone seems to be going full American Psycho on their crape myrtles, hacking at them with an ax until there's barely anything left? Avoid going overboard with this guide to pruning crape myrtles.
If you want to take your cooking to the next level with some fresh herbs, but sunshine isn't in high supply on your property, try growing these seven shady ladies.
There's something so dreamy and romantic about a vertical wall garden covered in flowers and vines! Create one at home with these gorgeous climbing plants, and transform your yard into the perfect backdrop for your own real-life rom-com.
Who doesn't love roses? These iconic, romantic flowers are the most popular in the world for a reason. Here's how you can grow your own at home in Houston.
Voluminous and glossy, with unbelievably beautiful color. No, we’re not talking about Jennifer Aniston’s hair in 1996. We’re talkin’ camellias! Here’s how to plant them at home here in Houston.