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Many plants bursting forth to color your springtime

Wed Mar 25, 2015 7:54 pm

Many plants bursting forth to color your springtime By Keith Hansen, Keeping It Green
A riot of colors springing up as winter slips away is the sure sign springtime has arrived. Daffodils of all types begin…


Mistletoe usually just weakens trees

Wed Mar 18, 2015 9:40 pm

By Neil Sperry, Gardener's Mailbag
Dear Neil: Is it possible that all of this mistletoe (see photo attached) will kill my old red oak tree?

A. Mistletoe is a parasite, so it’s not a good thing to have on your trees, but it usually just…


Georgia Blue welcomes spring flowers

Wed Mar 18, 2015 9:39 pm

Georgia Blue welcomes spring flowers By Dee Bishop, In Our Garden
We are starved for sunshine and life in the garden this year for sure. It’s time to welcome blue skies and spring…


East Texas soils, climate well suited for growing azaleas

Wed Mar 18, 2015 9:29 pm

East Texas soils, climate well suited for growing azaleas By Keith Hansen, Keeping It Green
Despite the recent cold and cloudy weather slowing down the start of our azalea blooming season, the Tyler Azalea and Spring Flower…


'A carnival of orchids' coming to Tyler

Mon Mar 16, 2015 4:08 pm

By Melissa McTee, mmctee@tylerpaper.com
East Texans may be surprised to know orchids have substantial use other than just being pretty to look at. Although there is not much economic value to the orchid plant, other countries find orchids plenty useful when it comes to…


Cold weather a major concern for East Texas farmers

Fri Mar 6, 2015 10:01 pm

Cold weather a major concern for East Texas farmers By FIELD SUTTON, KYTX CBS19
The cold has been a hot topic for the last few weeks, at least for most people. For farmers, it’s been a…


Despite some concerns, fresh wood chips make good mulch

Wed Mar 4, 2015 11:39 pm

Despite some concerns, fresh wood chips make good mulch By BY KEITH HANSEN
Good gardeners know that a generous layer of mulch will help garden plants in many ways. Some of the benefits include reduced…


Winter doesn’t stifle golden acorus’ color

Wed Mar 4, 2015 11:22 pm

Winter doesn’t stifle golden acorus’ color By BY DEE BISHOP
Our gardens contain many different species of decorative grasses. Take this golden acorus (Acorus graminius ‘Ogon) for instance. You can’t find more…


Barrett Browning very easy-to-grow daffodil

Wed Feb 25, 2015 8:04 pm

Barrett Browning very easy-to-grow daffodil By Dee Bishop, In Our Garden
I know you are getting tired of me talking about daffodils, but let me tell you about one more.

The beautiful member…


Prepare garden soil for late winter, early spring planting

Wed Feb 25, 2015 7:59 pm

Prepare garden soil for late winter, early spring planting By Keith Hansen, Keeping It Green
Here’s hoping spring arrives quickly! The recent bout of wintry weather reminds us that we are not out of the winter woods…


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