GARDENS Magazine - September/October 2014

Feature Articles

Wisps in the wind

Billowing, mounding, arching, these plants are beauty in motion.

Treasure trove of trees

Texas bed and breakfast nurtures guests amid native oaks.

Jazz up your fall

As temperatures cool, gardeners relish time for a show.

Onions and their cousins

From chives to garlic, they delight in cool weather.

From the Sperry Garden

On a Personal Note:

Rationing and gratitude.

Ask Neil:

Cotton root rot, freeze damage, evergreen wisteria, and more.

Lone Stars

Rising Star: Acalypha wilkesiana 'Tiki Tropical Tempest'

A bold, sun-loving alternative to the time-honored corton.

Parsley's Spicy Cousin -- Cilantro

The easy-to-grow Tex-Mex herb prefers cool weather.

Lovely Lacey Oak

A Texas Superstar TM that's perfect for residential landscapes.

Designing Texas

Passionate About Purple

Dark foliage and flowers for unfailing garden drama.

Finishing Touch

Garden Arches

The gold standard in outdoor focal points.

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