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Texas Drought Monitor – May 2014

The last survey that was reported, showed up in September 2013. Check out the difference between May 27th, 2014 andView full post »

Texas Heat Tolerant, Warm Season Annuals

If your local garden centers haven’t hit the big spring boom, it is right around the corner. Try to fight the urgeView full post »

How to Properly Plant a Tree

Installing trees may seem straight forward. I mean hey, dig a hole, drop in the tree, cover it up and it’s readyView full post »

Preserve the Monarchs – FREE Milkweed Seeds

*UPDATE: WE ARE CURRENTLY OUT OF MILKWEED SEEDS* WE RECOMMEND CONTACTING http://www.livemonarch.com/free-milkweed-seeds.View full post »

Certified Sustainable Landscapes

We are so excited to get these signs in. A special thanks goes out to Apple Signs. They produced a fantastic productView full post »

Composting Numbers in the USA

Thanks to Jennifer Lorenz from Bayou Land Conservancy for showing me this: Straight from the National EnvironmentalView full post »

Houston’s Arbor Day with Bayou Land Conservancy

On Saturday January 25th, the Bayou Land Conservancy (BLC) held an event at the Cypress Wildlife Preserve to plant 150View full post »

2014 Water Management Seminar – OHBA

From the site: Learn How To Make Every Drop Count By attending you will receive beneficial information on how to: How toView full post »

Free Composting Classes!

Here-ye Here-ye! Everyone in the Greater Houston, Spring, Conroe area. The Woodlands Township gives FREE CompostingView full post »

Houston’s Christmas Tree Recycle Program

I am always thrilled to see programs like this for Houston residents. The City of Houston has 17 FREE drop-off locationsView full post »

Perennial Spotlight – Blue Chip Butterfly Bush

The fragrance that pours from the Buddelia genus resembles sweet honey and a colorful floral bloom. Butterflies loveView full post »

Water Saving Native Texas Grass

Isn’t it baffling that we waste over 50% of our water usage on our lawns? When I think of that number it trulyView full post »

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