Posts filed under: Garden

SAN ANGELO, TX — The City of San Angelo hired a contractor to grind up the tree limbs and branches citizens deposited at the three emergency trash drop-off locations. This morning, workers were hard at work at San Angelo Stadium’s...
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Spring mulching, done now, can suppress weeds, add nutrients, help conserve soil moisture through the summer – and it certainly makes the garden look better. Fall mulch does the same and can also reduce the freeze/thaw cycles that can heave...
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A lot of gardeners are quick with the mulch, wanting to get a fresh coat of shredded hardwood or wood chips over the garden beds ASAP to choke off weeds and make the yard “look nice.” Now is fine to...
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In October, plant festivals sprout like orange cosmos after a good rain. And just like that cheery, self- seeding landscape staple, they’re an excellent source of inexpensive, easy-to-grow delights. Whether you’re new to Florida gardening, a veteran in search of...
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