A hotter than average summer has allowed for plants like tomatoes and peppers to continue to produce. But is it too late to plant winter veggies?
Did you know you can plant garlic that you bought from the grocery store? A step by step guide to multiply your leftover garlic from Thanksgiving.
Poteet has a different growing season than California strawberries and SoTex Farms has different soil, which is why the owners say their strawberries taste sweeter.
The thrift shop is one of the many ways the Hondo Garden Club has been raising money for 75 years to give back to the community.
Research shows gardening can help reduce dementia and help dementia patients improve memory.
You can make your own stevia extract with ingredients right from your herb garden.
Eggplant, cucumbers, and peppers will do well now.
Garden trellis for your climbing plants can be expensive. KSAT's Sarah Acosta shows us how to make one for under $8 that doesn't require any tools or handyman skills.
Even though we are just barely getting done with these triple digit temps, it’s almost mid-September and we need to get our fall vegetables in the ground ASAP.
The owner of a nursery says native plants not only have a higher survival rate for South Texas climate, they save you money and time. And more importantly, planting native can help build a local ecosystem in your backyard.
Gardening with KSAT explains not all cacti and succulents are equal when it comes to withstanding scorching sun and triple digit temps.
Native pollinating wildflowers like sunflowers popped up everywhere because of recent rain. Here's why this is important for the local ecosystem and how to manage them.
Recent big rain events bring fire ants to San Antonio, so how do you safely get rid of them without hurting the environment?
Studies show gardening can have many mental health benefits.