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Category: Gardening

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Nighttime temperatures into the lower thirties requiring heating units to operate? Check! Daytime temperatures into the seventies requiring AC units to occasionally operate. Check! Heavy rainfall. Check! Wind gusts to near 45 MPH (in the Discovery Garden located in Carbide Park). Check! Beautiful sunny days on occasion. Double check! Overall, the winter season has been […]

Many gardeners are considering making minor to major improvements to their landscapes as part of their gardening activities for the New Year. The good news is that January is an ideal month to start p

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On Jan 15, 2019

The Texas City Garden Club would like to thank all of those who came out to the Holiday Gift Shop. Our event was a huge success (one of the best ever) thanks to all that participated. From our fabulou

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Our winters tend to be relatively mild and that’s considered a blessing by most folks. Nevertheless, temperatures can occasionally dip low enough to be able to inflict a significant toll on many landscape plants in the Galveston County area. We had a significant cold snap last year during January that caused many gardeners (including me) […]
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