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  • You’re invited to our spring symposium!

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    You're invited to our spring symposium!

    Join us on April 26 for a spring holiday at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center with lunch, lectures, book signings and of course those beautiful gardens.

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    Sustaining mother nature with native plants

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    Sustaining mother nature with native plants

    Growing native plants concerns a lot more than conserving water. Native plants in the garden also are helping sustain nature in a time when the wild is disappearing.

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    Commander Ben, outstanding citizen scientist

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    Commander Ben, outstanding citizen scientist

    Commander Ben, aka Benjamin Shrader, fights a never-ending battle against invasive plants.

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    Monarch project announces garden grants

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    Monarch project announces garden grants

    The Society is awarding $7500 in small grants to 36 community gardens around the state to fund planting of Monarch butterfly habitat this spring.

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    Texas weather and other gardening challenges

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    Texas weather and other gardening challenges

    When we “retired,” I just wanted to live in the country and spend all of my time in the garden. How relaxing and peaceful that sounded.

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    Wild garlic added to invasives list

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    Wild garlic added to invasives list

    Wild Garlic (Allium vineale), an introduced perennial from Europe, has been added to the Texas Invasives website.

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