What Hot Weather Does to Cilantro

Cilantro With Bee

Last weekend when I was out watering my front garden, I noticed some big changes to my cilantro. What was a green luscious plant barely a foot tall six weeks ago was now reaching two feet tall and sporting delicate clusters of white flowers. It was healthy and pretty and going to seed. But it

Snapshots From My Herb’n Homestead

Tree-Circle

April is now a happy memory and May is just beginning to show her colors. Spring this year has been an on-again-off-again adventure. Here in Fort Worth (and many other parts of the country) we have been dealing with temperature changes as much as 40-50 degrees from one day to another. It’s no wonder that

July Do’s and Don’ts For Gardeners

Summer Flowers

July in the garden is a difficult month. You’re halfway through the growing year but the weather makes demands on you and your plants that cannot be ignored. Here’s how you and your garden can survive the month.

The Latest on Roses

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Roses are one of the most popular and commonly grown flowers. Since 2004, when the Knockout® rose was introduced they have become so common in the United States that I’d bet you’d be hard pressed to go a day without seeing a rose bush somewhere. Even my local McDonald’s (hardly a mecca for fine gardening) has

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