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As I look out over my landscaping plants and observe their growth patterns and textures, I am reminded that many are at the end of their growing cycles.
(Family Features) For most people who work full-time jobs, it often feels that more time is spent at work than at home. Spare your co-workers and yourself a drab, flair-free desk and bring elements of your personal style to your work space.
If you plan to renovate or rework parts of your yard this fall, your plan should include your hardest-working partners in the garden, the insect pollinators.
HILO, Hawaii — It appears at the end of a palm tree-lined drive, not far from piles of hardened black lava: the newest addition to the Northwest’s famed oyster industry.
Grasshoppers are among the most widespread and damaging pests in Texas. There are about 150 species of grasshoppers in the state, but 90 percent of the damage to crops, gardens, trees and shrubs is caused by just five species:
The Harker Heights Parks and Recreation Department sponsored a presentation on fire ant control July 8 taught by Bell County Master Gardener Gary Slanga at the Harker Heights Activities Center.
Take a look at new shoots growing on a favorite shrub or vine and you'll see that the bases of these shoots may be beginning to toughen up, their once soft, green outer layer turning brown and woody.
Did you know the governor signed a proclamation a few years ago to recognize National Pollinator Week annually in Texas? This year, it is June 17-24.
There is a type of plant that has always intrigued me although I have never really dealt with the plants. I’ve really just admired them from afar. I am speaking of the bulb, which includes true bulbs, corms, tubers, tuberous roots and rhizomes.
Even though a summer of record temperatures and water shortages has passed, the effects of Texas' severe drought are still being felt by area residents, specifically hunters.
By Staff Sgt. Joe Armas
By Randall Rakowitz
By Mary Lew Quesinberry
By Beverly Wickersham
The Citizens for Soldiers club will have its monthly meeting and workday from noon to 3:30 p.m. Monday at the Belton Senior Activity Center, 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.