Plants that have Neil Sperry’s favorite fragrance. Plants include elaeagnus, loquat, sweet olive, pansies, violas, pinks, mexican plum, carolina jessamine, wisteria, texas mountain laurel and star jasmine.
Neil Sperry’s garden tips is on designing your landscape and garden. There are fundamentals of garden design such as scale/proportion, textures, groupings, lines of sight, focal points and color scheme.
Neil Sperry’s garden tips for early October includes planting bermuda and St. Augustine, ryegrass as a temporary cover, pre-emergent weedkiller, brown patch, twig girdler, planting annuals and perennials.
Neil Sperry’s garden tips is on perennials. They require a lot more handwork because they’re always there (hence no rototiller and other power equipment), and they certainly require more diligent attention.
Neil Sperry garden and lawn tips includes chinch bugs, winter fertilizer, planting new grass, pecans falling early, exposed tree roots, trees dropping leaves early, webs in trees, and planting new shrubs.
Neil Sperry garden and lawn tips are on beautyberries. American beautyberry grows best in the shade. Like other plants with large leaves, it uses a great deal of water, and so when hot it can’t handle much sun.
Neil Sperry garden and lawn tips include applying pre-emergent weedkillers and fertilizers, starting new turfgrass such as St. Augustine, treating iron-deficient plants and planting leafy and root vegetables.
Neil Sperry garden and lawn tips include applying pre-emergent weedkillers on St. Augustine invading bermuda, broadleaf weeds, bamboo, clover, dandelions, poison ivy, nutsedge, smilax briars and trumpetvine.
Neil Sperry garden and lawn tips include nutsedge control, a new lawn, pre-emergent weedkillers, lawn fertilizing, cinch bugs and st. augustine gray leaf. Mid-August lawn care that needs to be done now.
Plants, like people, change with the years. Here some things that might need changing in your garden: old shrubs bare bottom or yellow and weak, plants with brown leaf tips and edges and grasses wearing thin.
It’s a pivotal time in the life of your landscape and garden. The second half of the summer is about to unfold, and here's a list of the critical responsibilities gardeners will face over that period. including vegetable plantings and pruning.
We’re halfway through Gardening Year 2018, with the tough half ahead. Things are rough right now, and they’re only going to get rougher. Here are tips and words of encouragement so you can make it to the finish line in November.
Blue-blooming plants are so prized. It’s also because they’re cooling in face of 100-degree temperatures, and they blend well with just about any other color. So let’s feature some of the best of the blue plants that we have in Texas.
This year is looking like it’s going to be a beautiful year for crape myrtles. Early types are already stunning and the later varieties are filling with buds. These are things you may not have known about this wonderful plant.