Pollinators in Peril

Pollinators in Peril

Houston, we have a problem. And since we, as humans, are 100% of the problem and we, as gardeners, are fully complicit; it’s our duty and obligation to do something about it. And when I say “we,” I certainly include “me,” because believe me; I’ve done my damaging...
The Grass is Always Greener

The Grass is Always Greener

Recently, a lady contacted our office about to have a horticultural stroke over a short paragraph I wrote about lawns in my “Dealing with Freeze Damage on Plants” notes on my Greg Grant Gardens Facebook back in February and March.  Who would think that six sentences...
Native Texans

Native Texans

You wouldn’t think being from Texas would prepare you for cold; but it does—sort of.  If you’ve been here long enough you’ve probably witnessed everything from very dry to very wet to very hot to very cold.   I’m only 58, but I’m been through both droughts and floods...
Sneaux Show

Sneaux Show

As a working adult, living in an old family farmhouse, a member of a rural electric coop, and as an hour-and-a-half commuter each morning, snow is a royal pain in the aster. But as a photographer and an eternal child; snow is pure magic. As a kid, I always dreamed of...