Posts Tagged ‘landscaping’

In praise of weeds


Is there a more scornful word in the botanical universe than “weed?” We’re trained from early childhood to dislike anything associated with the term. Because of that, we native plant lovers and promoters have work cut out for us when striving to educate.

Monarch rest areas coming to Texas highways


The Society is making plans to design and install Monarch Waystations featuring native pollinator plants at  highway rest stops in Hill County and Bell County.

Using biomimicry to make our landscape sustainable


From the knowledge we collect from observing natural systems, we can produce ecologically sound landscape designs that can enhance the quality and quantity of soil, air, water and wildlife habitats, as well as reduce the effects of erosion and flooding.