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Answers to Your Houston Autumn(ish) Gardening Questions

Posted on · It’s kind of cooler in Greater Houston — meaning it’s just warm no longer scorching. So, while other parts of the country are getting their scarves and jackets out, we are finally able to go outside and perhaps do some work on the garden without risking heat stroke. To get some answers to your autumn-ish […]

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Gardening Advice: Preparing Your Plants for Warm Weather

Posted on · Houston’s climate is so moderate that there are a number of growing seasons — although what you plant at this time of year will be different from what you plant in the fall. So what should we and what shouldn’t we plant right now? And how can we best take care of our plants to […]

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The State of Houston’s Health: Tuesday’s Show (April 14, 2015)

Posted on · On this edition of Houston Matters, we continue our week-long series exploring “The State of Houston” with a conversation about Greater Houston’s health and healthcare. We talk with News 88.7 Health and Science Reporter Carrie Feibel. Then: Houston’s climate is so moderate that there are a number of growing seasons. So what should we — and what shouldn’t […]

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Senior Center Teaches Everything from Organic Gardening to Smartphones

Posted on · Houston seniors are learning to grow their own organic food courtesy of the community gardening program at the Thomas A. Glazier Senior Education Center. It’s just one of nearly 200 educational and civic programs being offered at the center. The senior garden features raised beds so seniors of all levels of physical ability can participate.

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Maintaining Hermann Park’s Japanese Garden Requires an Annual Visit from Japanese Master Gardeners

Posted on · This spring, you might’ve enjoyed the occasional stroll through Hermann Park and its Japanese Garden. However, the garden’s many crepe myrtles, azaleas and cherry trees don’t stay beautiful on their own. Every year a team of master gardeners from Japan comes to Houston to tend to the garden. Houston Public Media’s Ernie Manouse paid a […]

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Senior Center Teaches Everything from Organic Gardening to Smartphones

Posted on · Houston seniors are learning to grow their own organic food courtesy of the community gardening program at the Thomas A. Glazier Senior Education Center. It’s just one of nearly 200 educational and civic programs being offered at the center. The senior garden features raised beds so seniors of all levels of physical ability can participate.