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Randy Lemmon, host of GardenLine at The Arbor Gate
(281) 351-8851 15635 FM 2920, Tomball, Texas 77377
Sunday - Wednesday 9-5 Thursday - Saturday 9-6

Randy Lemmon at The Arbor Gate

randy lemmonRandy Lemmon is a long-time friend of The Arbor Gate. As the host of the GardenLine radio show, Houston-area gardeners look to him for advice and information on gardening and landscaping on the gulf coast. He’s Houston’s absolute expert on lawns and gardens, offering help to listeners both with and without “green thumbs.”

During the month of October, The Arbor Gate is proud to announce that Randy Lemmon will be on-site to answer customer questions and help point them in the right direction! Randy’s schedule is below, so drop by any time to chat with a local expert.

  • – Wednesday, October 3, 1:30pm-5pm
  • – Thursday, October 4, 11am-4pm
  • – Saturday, October 6, 10:30am-4pm
  • – Wednesday, October 10, 12pm-5pm
  • – Thursday, October 11, 11am-4pm
  • – Friday, October 12, 12pm-5pm
  • – Tuesday, October 16
  • – Wednesday, October 17
  • – Thursday, October 18
  • – Saturday, October 20
  • – Wednesday, October 24, 11am-4pm
  • – Thursday, October 25, 11am-6pm
  • – Saturday, October 27, 1-4pm

 

Randy Lemmon’s articles from The Arbor Gate Blog:

Make Yourself Water Wise to Fight Back Against Any Drought

Sure the drought was bad, and caught many of us on our heels, but that doesn’t mean you should stop ...
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Lots of Stuff to Do and Think About In October

You can read this month’s blog as somewhat self-serving to a nursery or garden center like the Arbor Gate, or ...
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Rain, Rain Come Today!

I love to write! While I may not be the best writer in the universe, I truly enjoy my travails ...
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Despite The Heat, Now’s The Time To Start Fall Veggies!

Although it’s the first of August, and despite the continued drought of 2011, don’t laugh when I tell you it’s ...
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