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Cheryl Hazeltine, author of Central Texas Gardener, notes the significant changes in garden philosophy since her first edition of the book in 1980. On tour, visit Michael McNichol, who followed sustainable re-use/recycle practices when he built his home and garden. Daphne Richards explains the proper way to mulch. Plant of the Week features the heat-loving Texas Superstar annual, Angelonia. Steve Kainer from Hill Country Water Gardens & Nursery tackles algae in ponds and fountains.
William Welch, co-author of Heirloom Gardening in the South: Yesterday's Plants for Today's Gardens, illustrates our cultural garden design melting pot and some of its pioneer plants. Steve Kainer from Hill Country Water Gardens & Nursery shows how to fertilize and prune pond plants. Daphne Richards explains how to help plants through heat, plus tips for growing drought-tough lamb's ears. On tour, visit an heirloom plant garden in Smithville.
Discover what murder, mayhem, and mystery lurks in your garden with Amy Stewart's tales of Wicked Plants. John Dromgoole solves the mystery of late summer to fall color.