Giving Thanks for Gardens

Giving Thanks for Gardens

I’ll be honest. Growing something to eat in Texas isn’t easy. It’s often too hot, too cold, too wet, or too dry. We alternate from arctic blasts to Mexican heat waves. In addition to regular severe droughts like this past summer, Texas holds the record for the wettest...
Rosemary Makes Scents

Rosemary Makes Scents

Rosemary grows well in Texas and goes well with lots of things that we eat, including most meats and potatoes. It’s also pretty, historic, and a long­time symbol of remembrance. All you need is full sun and excellent drainage to grow it. Rosemary is planted from...