Wrapping up the Cool Season…

Wrapping up the Cool Season…

The cool season garden didn’t get much of an effort this year but I did start some onion seeds, and I also bought a few transplants to set out in January since I started late with the seed. The best cool season effort by far was a small planting of Romanesco...
Somewhere over the Rainbow…

Somewhere over the Rainbow…

Among many other things, springtime means bluebirds in Texas and much of the U.S. Thankfully there’s not a day that goes by that I don’t hear the gentle warble of bluebirds either at home or at work. Thanks to their beauty, pleasant disposition, and sweet warbling,...
HRS Presents “Companion Plants for Roses”

HRS Presents “Companion Plants for Roses”

HRS monthly meeting on March 12, 2020 features retired Texas Master Gardner Angela Chandler as the speaker. Angela will lecture on how to choose annuals, perennials and ornamental grasses that are good companion for roses. Properly arranged companion plants can add...
HRS Presents “Companion Plants for Roses”

HRS Annual Rose Pruning Party

On February 13, 2020, Houston Rose Society will hold its annual rose pruning party. Master Rosarians will be on the spot to show the techniques on how to prune various roses including hybrid teas, floribundas, miniatures and climbers. They will demonstrate what to...