If your landscape took a big hit, you might be thinking about hiring a professional to do the work for you. We have talked to a lot of landscapers and they are already lining up jobs for this fall. Patty Banzhaf, our landscape designer, has told us that she is already booked up for … Read more about Get in line for landscaping
What a change in the weather! Maybe we won't break into a sweat walking from our front door to our car any more this year. It seems like everyone's mood is getting better too. With the change in weather, we should start thinking about doing things in the yard again (besides watering). If your yard … Read more about AAHHHHHH, that’s better! Now lets look ahead.
I do it, you do it, in one way or another. Some people are really bad about it, some of us try to hide it and some of us don't even realize we do it. It usually drives us crazy when other people do it, while we smugly think "I never do that". What is it? Procrastination. Here is my story. In … Read more about My weed from hell
The answer is a resounding YES!!! Here is the proof. I have a 5000 square foot lot, subtract 1600 for the house, 1000 for the driveway and walks, leaving me 2100 square feet of yard. About 5% to 10% of my yard is flower beds. So, lets just say 2000 square feet. It costs up to $1.00 a square … Read more about Watering the lawn, is it worth it?
It is that time again! Fall tomatoes are a wonderful way to get into the fall gardening mood. Start them early and you will have plenty of time to harvest, before the 1st frost. Although the number of varieties is limited, you can still find the type of tomato you prefer. Whether it's a cherry … Read more about 9 Tomatoes For Fall
A good home gardener recognizes the symptoms of plant diseases quickly and takes steps to prevent or control them. Diseased plants will not grow normally. They may have one or more of the following symptoms: stunted or wilted spots on leaves, stems, or fruits; decayed fruit, decayed areas on the … Read more about Is disease growing in your garden?
They're beautiful and literally produce fruit for your gardening efforts: citrus plants. While we stock a wide variety of citrus at RCW Nurseries, Department of Agriculture laws, dictates citrus grown out of state may not be brought into the State of Texas. We can only buy Texas grown citrus and the … Read more about 18 tips for growing fruitful citrus
This may be review for most, but you'd be surprised how many people make simple mistakes that doom a plan when re-potting. There are also a few tricks of the trade we use everyday here at RCW Nurseries that will help you keep potted plants growing strong. … Read more about QuickTip: proper repotting made easy