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It’s Fall Y’all

by Erin Spencer / October 2, 2017

Our friends at The Native Plant Society of Texas created a helpful list of all the native fall plant sales coming up on their website. Just click the image above to check it out!

And that means: plant, plant, plant!

Contrary to popular belief, in Texas, fall might be an even better time to plant perennials, trees, and shrubs than spring is. That’s because our mild winter allows roots to grow and become established, so that when spring does come the plants can take full advantage.

Be sure to do your research beforehand, of course, as every plant has its own requirements and some may even like to be planted when winter starts. You can always talk to the people at your local nursery, check out this great website below, or contact us instead!

http://www.txsmartscape.com

During this season, you can also plant cool-season grasses, spring-blooming bulbs, and cool-season vegetables with success.

 

Oh Fall..

by Rodney Stoutenger / November 30, 2016

Oh Fall..

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Happy 1st day of Fall!

by Rodney Stoutenger / September 23, 2015

Happy 1st day of Fall! #fall #firstdayoffall #1stdayoffall #fallcolor #atx #nativeedge #nativeedgelandscape
Happy 1st day of Fall! #fall #firstdayoffall #1stdayoffall #fallcolor #atx #nativeedge #nativeedgelandscape