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March 2012

After a long break, we are happy to continue our individual Texas native plants profiles and today we will put the spotlight on Agarita (Mahonia trifoliolata).   From the entry:   What do you think about Agarita? Do you grow it yourself? What kind of experience and insights you have to share? We love featuring [...]

After a long break, we are happy to continue our individual Texas native plants profiles and today we will put the spotlight on Retama (Parkinsonia aculeata).   From the entry:   What do you think about Retama? Do you grow it yourself? What kind of experience and insights you have to share? We love featuring [...]

After a long break, we are happy to continue our individual Texas native plants profiles and today we will put the spotlight on Texas Mountain Laurel (Sophora secundiflora).   From the entry:   What do you think about Texas Mountain Laurel? Do you grow it yourself? What kind of experience and insights you have to share? [...]

Signs Of Drought Resistance!

Check out this neat looking Xeriscape landscape we recently designed and installed.   In the next week I hope to thoroughly elaborate the process of installing this beautiful desert looking, zen inspired, drought resistant Xeriscape landscape. For now, Check out some more beautiful pictures.  

Due to a high volume of design request we are starting to offer Xeriscape garden designs. You can read about the Xeriscape design process and what we feel is differentiates us from the rest. A common misconception is that Xeriscape design is a style. Sparse desert looking landscapes, full of cacti, agaves and rocks. It [...]

Free Plants For Kids!

It was while providing an estimate to a potential client in Circle C that they told us they found us on a flyer. Flyer, we asked? What flyer? The thought of tiny little hand, plantning Texas native plants, recommended by us, made us smile. Even our burly, sweaty, belly scratching workers thought it was adorable. [...]