GARDENS Magazine - May/June 2012
Hill Country herb farm blends fragrant gardens with lodging and dining.
Cut Flowers for Fun and Profit
Texas flower producers carve out a special niche.
The Buzz Around Town
Backyard beekeeping yields pollination, satisfaction and great honey.
Long Live the Lilies
Crinums and all Southern beauty and all Texas toughness.
Big or small, a pond offers bountiful garden gifts.
From the Sperry Garden
On a Personal Note:
Neil's trek to a favorite garden center.
Bare lawns, exposed roots, dallisgrass, bagworms and more.
Rising Star: Gaillardia 'Gayla'
Meet the blanket flower that earned "FlameProof" honors.
Abundance of Abelias
An old favorite now comes in colorful compact forms.
Top It Off!
Mulches conserve water, block weeds, and dress up the landscape.
Conserving Lawn Water
Smarter ways to make the most of that precious water supply.
New looks for a graceful old favorite.