Thursday, April 12, 2012

Guide to Growing Herbs in Texas

I've just posted a Guide to Growing Herbs in Texas on the website. It's a primer on some of the best practices for successfully growing herbs in Texas and in other areas along the Gulf Coast.

It's been a busy, busy Spring since my return from a wonderful, family-filled trip to California. Lots of people are replanting gardens that wilted and burned up in last year's drought. I'm so happy to be able to supply healthy, hardy herbs and native and adapted perennials for their gardens.

You might also have seen me at one of the many programs I've done this month and last. I've been at the Antique Rose Emporium in San Antonio, The Enchanted Nurseries in Richmond, Bloomers in Elgin and today I'm going to the San Antonio Herb Society meeting to present a program on container herb growing. 

This Saturday, the 14th, I'll be presenting How to Choose Herbs for Your Garden at the Enchanted Nurseries in Richmond. Go to their website for the schedule.

And, I'll be at the Antique Rose Emporium in San Antonio for a program to Pep Up Your Garden With Peppers! on the 21st.

I'll be back at La Centerra with the Katy Farmers' Market on April 28. 

Whew!! That's all for now... I have to go water some plants!

Until later... have fun in your gardens...

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