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Full Show: Opioid Crisis, Gardening Advice, And A Houston Ghost Town (Oct. 26 2017)

Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: We learn what a new crisis declaration could mean for the fight against opioids in Houston. Horticulturist Linda Gay answers your gardening questions. And we learn about a ghost town of sorts in Greater Houston called Moonshine Hill.

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Full Show: Prison Heat Conditions, And Trees Ordinances (July 20, 2017)

Posted on · Houston Matters examines a ruling on heat conditions in a prison near Houston, Gov. Abbott’s desire to repeal tree ordinances in cities, and how Houston plant life has changed over the years. Plus Houston Millennials talk about the state of their generation.

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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: Helping Your Plants Survive Extreme Houston Heat

Posted on · From time to time, Houston Matters offers you the chance to ask questions of area experts on a wide range of topics, from health to personal finance to pet care and beyond. Today, amid what is expected to be a largely dry, hot, humid stretch this week and next, we welcome your questions about gardening […]

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As the Weather Starts to Warm Up, Is It Time to Plant?

Posted on · It’s really started to warm up in Houston in recent days – a reminder that, if you haven’t already done so, this might be a good time to plant. We welcome your questions for horticulture expert John Gardner about tending your garden. From what to plant to how to care for it, what grows in […]