GARDENS Magazine - May/June 2007
Feelin' hot, hot, hot
Zinnas burst into color when temperatures soar.
Following nature's lead
This one-acre woodland garden's network of terraces, pathways and stonework make the most of its sloping terrain.
Catalpa, rose of Sharon.
All in the family
King's Nursery has been passed through three generations of Texas plantsmen.
From the Sperry Garden
On a Personal Note
Ensuring tomato crops, choosing small shade trees, and more.
Rising Star: Salvia 'Mystic Spires Blue'
The perfect blue hue for summer landscapes.
A southern favorites for centuries, this veggie is sure to thrive in your Texas garden.
Something old, something new...
Hardy Clumping Bamboo
The mild-mannered cousin of wildly invasive running bamboo, clumping bamboo is an alternative worth considering.
Nepeta 'Walker's Low'
The 2007 Perennial of the Year.
Dwarf Crape Myrtles in the Garden
Smaller-statured varieties serve a useful purpose in any landscape.
Loud-yet-luscious lime-hued plants are showstoppers.
Gardening With Poor Drainage
Through trial and error, this gardener has learned what thrives in her boggy landscape.
The Scoop on Mulch
Need-to-know tops on this essential garden element.
Keys to success in battling this fungus in your lawn.
Goldfish add beauty and drama to water gardens and ponds.