GARDENS Magazine - March/April 2008
Making old gardens look new
Fresh ideas to energize tired, overgrown landscapes.
Gourmet green beans
Planting beans, growing them and cooking them to perfection.
Walkways with verve
A well-planned path frames the garden and sets its mood.
Planting the fragrance garden
From the Sperry Garden
On a Personal Note
Non-blooming wisteria, gangly vitex, "gray" water, and more.
An explosion of color for the shade garden.
The treasures of artemisia.
Rising Star: Clemone 'Senorita Rosalita'
Meet a cleome that withstands hot Texas summers.
This member of the agave family thrives in most corners of Texas.
A Child's Garden of Herbs
Plants to make the kingdom of childhood pleasures complete.
Bringing enthusiasm and joy to your outdoor spaces.
Take-all Root Rot
Combating the fungus that afflicts St. Augustine lawns.
Today's wicker boasts toughness and charm.