Monday, May 16, 2022
Saturday, March 12, 2022
Tuesday, January 18, 2022
Late January through the end of February is THE time for pruning most shrubs, trees, perennials, and ornamental grasses in North Central Texas, Zone 8.
For how-to tips to tackle all your landscape pruning to get ready for spring growth, check out my late winter pruning newsletter...
click here 👉-- LATE WINTER PRUNING Newsletter
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Thursday, September 9, 2021
It felt a little fall-ish this morning, and the arrival of the oxblood lilies (Rhodophiala bifida) tells me that it's not just wishful thinking playing tricks on my mind.
Fall is a great time to get back in our gardens and tackle the projects we've been avoiding because of the summer heat.
Here's my latest Fall Newsletter to help you get started.
Tuesday, June 15, 2021
|'Red Volunteer' Daylilies|
In February North Texas experienced an historic Arctic blast, which made it feel more like a frigid Midwest winter.
In May we got a taste of the Pacific Northwest with days and days of rain (which I must say my daylilies didn't seem to mind a bit.)
And now in June, the real North Texas has finally returned, bringing with her a big ol' batch of heat and humidity.
No doubt the winter's freeze damage added some extra gardening chores to your plate, and all the spring rain has made any plants that did survive the freeze grow like crazy! But summer has its own list of to-do's.
For my latest gardening newsletter, Click here ...
...for tips on keeping your garden growing well and keeping it tidy this summer.
Friday, January 22, 2021
LATE WINTER PRUNING 2021
Late January through the end of February is THE time for pruning most shrubs, trees, perennials, and ornamental grasses in North Texas, Zone 8.
Here's my latest -- click here 👉-- LATE WINTER PRUNING Newsletter with how-to tips to tackle all your garden pruning to get ready for spring growth.
Follow me on Facebook and Instrgram @tonisignaturegardens
Sunday, August 30, 2020
Whenever I see the blooms of garlic chives in my garden, I know that summer is on its way out and I'm thankful that fall and cooler temps are right around the corner. That means it's time to get busy in our gardens again.