Archive for August, 2010

Something a little different

Posted on August 22nd, 2010 by Bill Ward

We have many different kinds of native plants in our yard, not only to conserve water, but also because we think they make landscaping our yard more interesting and enjoyable. read more »

Mountain cedar – water guzzler or not?

Posted on August 15th, 2010 by Bill Ward

For years I’ve heard many people say, “David Bamberger cleared the cedar off his land, and his springs started flowing.”

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A society of garden clubs? – Not!

Posted on August 10th, 2010 by Bill Ward

Many people unfamiliar with the Native Plant Society of Texas envision the organization as a collection of garden clubs for native-plant geeks. The Society may have some obsessive enthusiasts (i.e., geeks), but no chapter  is a garden club. read more »