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Category Archives: Gardening
by Jerry Alcorns Victoria Blue salvia plants reach 18″-24″ tall, with a similar spread. The deep blue flowers run up and down 8″-10″ flower spikes. The foliage is also attractive, being a grayish-green. Blooms all summer long. Grow Victoria Blue … Continue reading
By Christy Baughman Stachys byzantina Perennial herb silver-white, s silky-soft leaves
Past EventApril 4, 7:00pmQ&A Session 6:45pmThe Point (at C. C. Young Campus)4847 W. Lawther Dr, Dallas, TX Randy Johnson, the Horticulture Director of the Texas Discovery Gardens and owner of Randy Johnson Organic Consulting will speak about bee-safe integrated pest management. Nature has … Continue reading
By Rex Smith AKA – Starflower Can Bloom in Purple/BlueOr White Edible –* Leaves / Flowers in a salad* Flowers in ice cubes Nectar and pollen source through summer.
Past EventMarch 7, 2012, 7:00pmThe Point (at C. C. Young Campus)4847 W. Lawther Dr, Dallas, TX Spring is just around the corner (if not here already) and it is time to start planning our Spring plantings. Join us for a … Continue reading