MASTER GARDENERS: Fall gardening in West Texas

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By John Cappadonna Master Gardener Intern July is the time to start your plants for the fall garden. There are a number of good reasons for...

Celebrate Pollinator Month by inviting a variety of pollinators to your garden

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By Melinda Myers June is National Pollinator Month and it’s a great time to celebrate all the pollinators that play an important role in producing...

MASTER GARDENERS: Save the Date: Fall plant sale is September 14

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By Emmy Ulmschneider and Debbie Roland Master Gardeners The dog days of summer are upon us! If you bought native plants at the Permian Basin Master...

Grow fast, fun, and easy microgreens

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By Melinda Myers Have fun growing some delicious and nutritious microgreens on your kitchen counter, in a sunny window, or under lights any time of...

MASTER GARDENERS: Showy standout brings daytime beauty and nighttime drama

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By Debbie Roland and Emmy Ulmschneider Master Gardeners The name Pink Evening Primrose (Oenothera speciosa) seems to suggest a flower whose blooms open in the evening...

MASTER GARDENERS: Important tasks for the month of June

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By Debbie Roland and Emmy Ulmschneider Master Gardeners I always feel like June is the last month before the blazing temperatures hit West Texas, so...

MASTER GARDENERS: Save money at the grocery store

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By Debbie Roland Master Gardener With the price of food increasing, you may be glad to know that some common vegetables can regenerate themselves letting you...

MASTER GARDENERS: Growing plumbago

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By Debbie Roland and Emmy Ulmschneider Master Gardeners I love blue flowers in my yard and Cape Plumbago (Plumbago auriculata) is one of my favorites. It...

Boost the beauty and comfort of your outdoor spaces

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By Melinda Myers Add some comfort and beauty to your outdoor spaces this year. Look for options that fit your lifestyle, budget, and schedule. Even...

MASTER GARDENERS: Attractive pots for your patio

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By Debbie Roland and Emmy Ulmschneider Master Gardeners Have you looked at someone’s patio and wondered why their containers look so pretty? Or maybe how they...