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Monarch Butterflies: Lifecycle Lived on Milkweed

There’s nothing quite as exciting for me as spotting a monarch butterfly in the garden. After moving to Lake Livingston in late 2012, it...

How to Revive a Dying Plant

Indoor house plants can help make your house feel more like a home. They add beauty, character, style, and comfort. And many find being...

Essential Gardening Clothes to Beat the Heat This Summer

When it comes to gardening in the summer things can get hot! Without the proper equipment, you can expose yourself to harmful UV rays,...

The 9 Best Gardening Tools for Seniors to Make Your Hobby Easier!

Gardening weather is back, and we’re happy about it. Whether you’re elderly or a caregiver of a loved one who enjoys gardening, it’s time...

How to Recognize Freeze Damage in your Yard

We survived the COVID-19 and then came SNOVID-21, the chillpocalypse. We hope everyone made it through our historic winter weather OK but we know...

Growing Your Own Food

Growing Your Own Food There is nothing tastier than homegrown fruits and veggies. Most people think that they are unable to grow their own food...

The 2 Biggest Fall Gardening Problems

The two biggest problems homeowners encounter in the fall are Brown Patch and the emergence of cool season weeds. Brown Patch Rhizoctonia solani, or Brown patch...

More is Not Always Better

August usually brings us some very miserable weather. It can be extremely hot and dry or just plain hot and sultry. Either way it...

Chinch Bugs in your Lawn

Chinch bug damage has been seen in our area as early as the first part of July in years where we have had extreme...

Caring for Your Lawn

Considering the recent events in our country, we hope this finds all our readers happy and healthy. We are glad that many of you...

Monarch Butterflies: Lifecycle Lived on Milkweed

There’s nothing quite as exciting for me as spotting a monarch butterfly in the garden. After moving to Lake Livingston in late 2012, it...

How to Revive a Dying Plant

Indoor house plants can help make your house feel more like a home. They add beauty, character, style, and comfort. And many find being...

Essential Gardening Clothes to Beat the Heat This Summer

When it comes to gardening in the summer things can get hot! Without the proper equipment, you can expose yourself to harmful UV rays,...

The 9 Best Gardening Tools for Seniors to Make Your Hobby Easier!

Gardening weather is back, and we’re happy about it. Whether you’re elderly or a caregiver of a loved one who enjoys gardening, it’s time...

How to Recognize Freeze Damage in your Yard

We survived the COVID-19 and then came SNOVID-21, the chillpocalypse. We hope everyone made it through our historic winter weather OK but we know...

Growing Your Own Food

Growing Your Own Food There is nothing tastier than homegrown fruits and veggies. Most people think that they are unable to grow their own food...

The 2 Biggest Fall Gardening Problems

The two biggest problems homeowners encounter in the fall are Brown Patch and the emergence of cool season weeds. Brown Patch Rhizoctonia solani, or Brown patch...

More is Not Always Better

August usually brings us some very miserable weather. It can be extremely hot and dry or just plain hot and sultry. Either way it...

Chinch Bugs in your Lawn

Chinch bug damage has been seen in our area as early as the first part of July in years where we have had extreme...

Caring for Your Lawn

Considering the recent events in our country, we hope this finds all our readers happy and healthy. We are glad that many of you...

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