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- Building a Raised Bed Garden
Raised beds are fairly easy to construct and look great in the landscape.
- Butterfly Gardening in Texas
A fact sheet on butterfly gardening in Texas.
- Controlling Field Sandbur (Grassbur) in Turfgrass
Information for help controlling field sandburs or grassburs.
- Crape Myrtle Care
Proper fertilization and pruning of your crape myrtle usually result in al long display of flowers of three months or more.
- Crape Myrtle Varieties and Descriptions
This publication will help you choose which Crape Myrtle will in your landscape.
- Crape Myrtles
LET YOUR CRAPE MYRTLES KEEP THEIR HEADS!
- Deer in the Urban Landscape
- Managing Insects and Related Pests of Roses
Because roses are grown and appreciated primarily for their aesthetic value, the plants and particularly the blossoms should be relatively free from pest damage.
- Plant Answers
Information for different types of plant questions.
- Poisonous Plants
- Salt Tolerant Plants
Plants that tolerate salt-water spray or seaside conditions.
- Texas Bluebonnets
Two predominant species of bluebonnets are found growing naturally only in Texas and at no other location in the world.
- Wild Flowers In Bloom
GROWING WILDFLOWERS SUCCESSFULLY is not difficult, but it does require detailed knowledge of the conditions that favor their establishment and growth. The information presented below was accumulated by WILDSEED FARMS on the basis of years of experience in
- Xeriscape Landscape Water Conservation
To reduce the excessive use of water for maintaining landscapes, the Texas Agricultural Extension service encourages Texans to adopt Xeriscape landscaping.