Producing Fall Green Beans

Producing Fall Green Beans

Yes, I know it sounds insane to be planting vegetables now, but we produce crops based on the calendar, not on how we feel when doing it. Remember, time and tide wait for no man, so I’m planting pole beans today. Irrigation will be required, of course. Green beans...
Summer Spiritiles: Part Two!

Summer Spiritiles: Part Two!

Summer Breeze Part Two! Great News! The other half of the Summer Spiritile Release is here! We apologize for the delay in releasing this second half, as we are doing our very best to bring you both your current orders and also allow for a fresh release in the...
Producing Pumpkins in East Texas

Producing Pumpkins in East Texas

Despite heat and drought, the “fall” vegetable season begins in July, with the planting of tomato transplants (if you can find them) and pumpkin seeds. Growing pumpkins here is not for the faint of heart, but what would Halloween be without them? There are several...
Sunscald on Newly Planted Trees

Sunscald on Newly Planted Trees

Scorching temperatures occur every summer in Texas and can cause ugly scars on young smooth tree trunks. Sunscald is a physiological disorder that occurs on the lower part of the trunk on the southwest side, typically on young trees. Thin-barked trees such as red...

New Spiritile For Summer!

Summer of 2023 Spiritiles are now available! Please know that we are working our hardest to get out your Spiritile orders as soon as possible. With that being said- we did not want to hold on to an amazing Summer Collection when we know you, as our partners and all of...
Making My Marsh Meadow

Making My Marsh Meadow

We gardeners have focused on primping, prodding, and perfection to the detriment of bird, bees, and butterflies for far too long.  As a whole, Americans are addicted to the impossible goal of creating a manicured, pristine lawn.  This continuous failed quest is the...