Winter Flowers for Texas

You can have beautiful flower beds during the winter in Texas. Watch this video to learn about the types of winter flowers you can plant to create stunning winter flower beds that bloom from September to late April or early May. Ranunculus, Dianthus, Pansies and Snapdragons are discussed.
Ranunculus: Flower Power for Texas Winters

Growing Parsnips in Texas

Growing Salad Greens in Texas during the Fall and Winter

Fall is the Time to Divide and Transplant Perennials

Controlling Grasshoppers Organically in the Urban Garden

Growing Zucchini and Yellow Squash

Saving Your Tomatoes from the Birds

Growing Cherokee Blue Mustard for Food and Seeds

The First Tomatoes and Peppers

Growing and Using Thyme

Bird Nesting Season and Your Garden

Growing and Using Basil

How to Propagate or Grow Herbs from Cuttings

A general tour of my kitchen herb garden


  1. LoneStarGal100 on October 5, 2019 at 4:03 am

    Hard to hear because your head is turned away

  2. Peachy Peralta on October 5, 2019 at 4:19 am

    Do u dig up your ranunculus during the heat of summer and plant them again in the fall? Or can we just leave them in the ground all year round?

  3. H. K. Lee on October 5, 2019 at 4:53 am

    I’m a beginner gardener in Austin TX. So good to find a TX gardener, specially much experienced gardener like you. Loved to watch several postings and learned a lot! And adored your herb and flower garden. How did you prepare your soil for gardening? Mine was real heavy clay soil. I made compost for two years and used them in my raised beds. Do you have any other recommendation? Thanks. Happy gardening!

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