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Texas Gardening

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Texas Gardening. Get inspired and try out new things.
A Year of Gardening In Central Texas - Wellness Gardens

This is a year of gardening in central Texas. What to do in each month of the year in your garden form seed starting to harvesting.

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11 Best Fruit Trees To Grow In Texas - Garden Tabs

Texas has a unique climate which makes things interesting when figuring out what to grow. Depending on what part of Texas's great state, certain plants will

Texas Plant Life

Texas has a rich and diverse array of plant species due to the amount and frequency of rainfall, diversity of soils, and the number of frost-free days.

What Fruit Trees Can I Grow in Texas?

There are four main geographic regions that divide Texas. Learn more on what fruit trees to grow in Texas.

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Now's the time, but don’t wait a day longer! Follow these steps to grow beautiful poinsettias just in time for the holidays: Keep poinsettia plants in total darkness 14 hours per day, indirect sunlight or under a plant light for 10 hours each day, and repeat daily for 8 weeks. Darkness triggers their leaves to turn red!🌿
Texas sage, or popularly also called Texas ranger and barometer bush, is a shrub with showy, silver-green leaves and flute- or bell-shaped flowers in summer, great for landscaping gardens and yards in arid climates. 🌿
Are you planning on traveling around Texas & wanting to see the most beautiful places in this state on your Texas adventures? Then this post is for you! Whether you're a native Texan or in Texas on vacation, my post has plenty of places to see & things to do! From national & state parks to waterfalls, swimming holes, gardens, and caves, Texas has a lot to offer any traveling here including many beautiful places! Check out my post for a thorough list of these gorgeous places in Texas!
It's moving day for these tomato plants! We transferred our tomato plants from our regular seedling tray to our jumbo seedling tray. Tomato plants need a larger area to grow once they reach about 3-4 inches tall. The stems can grow more roots if they are buried slightly in the soil, which makes the plug more stable when planted in your garden. What is your favorite type of tomato plant?