Posts Tagged ‘landscaping’

Texas mock orange

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Texas Mock Orange and its almost identical relative, Canyon Mock Orange, are ornamental delights for shady locations in home landscapes.

Summer landscape classes added in DFW

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We’ve added additional classes to our Native Landscape Certification Program in Denton on June 7 and in Cedar Hill on June 28.

Goldenball leadtree

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During the late-spring bloom period, Goldenball Leadtree puts out numerous, bright golden-yellow “puffballs” about an inch across which brighten the landscape.

Meg Inglis to coordinate landscape classes

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The Native Plant Society has chosen Meg Inglis to be the coordinator for its Native Landscape Certification Project.

One of a kind for South Texas

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“There’s no place like it,” insists Dr. Fred Bryant, of the A.E. Leonard Native Plant Garden. “We have some fairly rare plants in our garden, some that might not persist outside of cultivation 20 years from now.”