‘Don’t be watering a dead lawn’: Horticulture expert explains dead vs. dormant grass and what to do with your yard.
After two years of brutal heat and below-average rainfall, the grass in your yard might be looking more brown and crunchy than lush and green. KSAT reached out to David Rodriguez, a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agent who specializes in horticulture, to ask what people’s options are when it comes to their grass.
Thinking of gardening? Here’s some advice from the director of horticulture at San Antonio Botanical Garden
In honor of National Gardening Day, we spoke with horticulturist expert, Andrew Labay, who is the Director of Horticulture at the San Antonio Botanical Garden. He spoke about gardening and the benefits that come with it.
8 popular Irish herbs that grow in SA
SAN ANTONIO – Springtime is the season for planting herbs. Did you know several herbs that are popular in Ireland actually grow in San Antonio? For those of us getting into the Irish spirit this week, Ireland native and storyteller Jane McDaniel, president of the Irish Cultural Society of San Antonio, shares eight popular Irish herbs that grow in the Alamo City. Another popular Irish herb is caraway. For more information about the Irish Cultural Society of San Antonio, click here.
50 shades of “green” at the Plant Shoppe
Plant Shoppe owner Sonam Aditya, a self-proclaimed “techie at heart,” has switched gears for her plant passion. “They thrive in humidity and they’re definitely prized for their really, really gorgeous leaves,” Aditya said. Along with several vibrant species of house plants, you’ll find accessories and handmade planters inside this mini jungle. AdIf you’ve ever wanted to learn how to propagate plants, Sonam is ready to teach her customers her green thumb tricks. Click here to follow Plant Shoppe on Instagram and click here to shop online.