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Last weekend was likely a pleasant and busy one for most gardeners as they cleaned up landscapes damaged by winter’s freezing temperatures. Many plants in home landscapes may appear to be dead at first glance including Blue Plumbagos. Blue Plumbagos rank as one of my favorite perennials. Yes, my Blue Plumbagos looked dead but I […]
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The winter season has provided something for everyone: days warm enough to turn on the air conditioner then nights cool enough to have to turn on the heating system. We’ve had ample rains at times, some impressive thunder and even some snow (though technical speaking the snow arrived during the fall season). Some things are […]

GARDENING

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On Jan 23, 2018

GROWING AND USING HERBS For growing purposes in our Texas Upper Gulf Coast growing area, herbs can be loosely grouped into cool season-annuals, warm-season annuals (which live for one season and then

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When did our landscapes move North? Are we not situated on the balmy Gulf Coast of Texas? Should our USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map rating be changed? Our area received an un-expected snowfall on December 8. Linda Barnett, a Galveston County Master Gardener, shared a photo (shown at right) that she had taken of one […]
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