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October

Pansies Are Tough!

“Pansies Are Tough” (Viola x witrockiana) They may not look like it with their delicate foliage and petite colorful blooms but pansies are tough. Pansies, once established, are one of the toughest annual flowers available able to survive temperatures as low as the single digits. Pansies planted in

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Planting Fruit Trees in North Texas

Container Grown Fruit Trees   Variety selection is one of the most important steps when growing fruit Trees in North Texas.  Depending on the size of the planting site, you will need to decide how many trees you want to plant and what kind. It’s always a

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The Pumpkin Carving Tradition

Each October, ghoulishly decorated pumpkins illuminated by candlelight watch over front porches and peer through windows of many American homes. A sure sign that Halloween is near. The tradition of carving Jack O’ Lanterns originated in Ireland, where turnips, beets and potatoes were used as lanterns, made

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October

Make your spring bulb selection, such as tulips, daffodils, etc. Tulip bulbs need to be chilled for 6 weeks and then planted after thanksgiving. Fall is also one of the best times to plant. Think about planting trees, shrubs, fall color, or pansies as well as wild

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