GARDENS Magazine - July/August 2011
Legends in pink and gold
A noted Texas plantsman tells the story of two terrific finds.
Solving the baffling mystery of the shade garden.
Beach resort in minature
A tiny Galveston patio with sea-sized charm.
Okra and other hot-weather veggies
Explore the parade of great edibles for the summer garden.
From the Sperry Garden
On a Personal Note:
Landscaping shortcut, big-time effect.
Dallisgrass, fire blight, cypress-knees, acorns and more.
Rising Star: Zea perennis "Winning Streak'
Grow this easy-care ornamental corn for exciting foliage.
Hot-weather garden color in a matter of choosing the right plants.
Tropical summer color for areas both large and small.
Growing Glorious Gingers
Showy flowers and dramtic foliage for shady locations.
Plant for Texas Heat
Try these Texas Superstars® and other summer-tough favorites.
Kids' garden wonderlands can be simple or elaborate.