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Low Maintenance Garden

Planning a xeriscape garden in Texas is a good idea for many homes. These gardens do not require much maintenance. Having a low maintenance garden is a lot easier than…

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Bees and Other Pollinators in Your Garden

We all know that the bee population is diminishing and that this is bad not only for the environment, but also for the pollination of our fruits and veggies. There…

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Why Choose a Local Nursery

Why Choose a Local Nursery There are many advantages to choosing a local nursery for your gardening needs. A local staff has all of the knowledge that you need to…

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Gardening During Quarantine

Now that most of us are on lockdown, we need a way to entertain ourselves. Sometimes starting a small garden could provide for that void that may happen. Occupying ourselves…

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Spring Garden

Now that we are over with the times of the brown gardens and other damaged plants, we can start anew. Getting your garden going now will lead to having want…

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Planting Your Vegetable Garden

Planting Your Vegetable Garden Spring is coming up soon. It’s time to start planning your garden. Planting your vegetable garden in North Texas is not a difficult task and we…

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Square Foot Gardening at Shades of Green

Welcome to Our Garden Shades of Green has our own vegetable garden where we grow fresh fruits and vegetables year-round. The design is based on the principles of Square Foot…

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Gardening New Year’s Resolutions

It’s that time of year again. Gardening should be a part of your New Year’s resolutions. We can help you out with some ideas to get you started. Native Plants…

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Attracting Monarch Butterflies

Gardens serve many purposes in our everyday lives. Some gardens are just for aesthetics or to fill in empty space, while others are used to attract wildlife and insects. Attracting…

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Why Choose Texas Native Plants

Texas can have some very harsh weather. Northern Texas can have some very arid summers with little rain (with an average of 37” a year). Of course native plants are…

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