Hey y’all. I wanted to give you a look at how the micro swale made it through the summer. It wasn’t until the end of summer that we got the water well up and running. The plants and trees did really good considering how little rain we received. The video’s a little longer than most so feel free to use the fast forward feature to get through it a little quicker.
Growing Avocado in Texas Without the avocado, would there be Tex-Mex? It’s hard to say. I for one find it hard to imagine eating such food without the rich, creamy addition that avocado brings to the table. With that said, it’s rare to find an avocado tree in Texas. In fact, I don’t know if […]
Grow Lapins Cherry Trees in Texas! A few months back, my sisterÂ said she wanted to give me a tree for my birthday. She asked if I wanted to pick it out or be surprised. I told her to surprise me. She went over to Bob Wells Nursery and selected a Lapins Cherry tree for me!Â I […]
Early this year I started building an experimental mini hand dug swale. Any East Texas gardener will tell you that you can’t make it through the summer without irrigation so I set out to put that statement to the test.
Here’s a video series on my experimental mini hand dug swale.