GARDENS Magazine - November/December 2010
Fruit of the Gods
The colorful, tempting, and varied persimmon.
No. 1 and Texas-Grown
Ellison's Greenhouses in Brenham roots 500,000 poinsettias annually.
Rusty Blackhaw Viburnum
This small native tree provides a lovely year-round show.
Grafting Tomato Plants
For avid vegetable growers, the way to amazing tomatoes.
From the Sperry Garden
On a Personal Note:
Neil's paver idea, 25 years later.
Choosing trees and shrubs, propagating roses, fighting whiteflies, and more.
Rising Star: Pansy 'PlentiFall' Series
Finally, a fall- and winter-blooming annual that cascades!
Lady's Mantle in the Garden
Gardeners plant ornamental as well as herbal varieties.
Ginkgo biloba, the colorful, beloved "fossill."
Flowers and Pods and Grasses, Oh My!
Splendid arrangements form the fall garden.
Tucking in tender plants for winter.
Changing the Landscape?
Let's talk turf removal.
Decorative, fanciful totems for the garden.