In many parts of the country, water resources are becoming scarcer. That's why it's a good idea to landscape your home using waterwise techniques. Called xeriscaping, this process will help you have a less thirsty backyard.
This English garden with a Texas twist, in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area, replaced a Bermuda grass lawn and cut down on water usage. Read how-to advice on replacing your lawn with native and water-thrifty plants.
Welcome to SmartScape Texas Texas SmartScape® is an interactive how-to-guide that teaches concepts of landscaping with native and adapted plants. This program will show you how to conserve water, protect the environment, and beautify your home.
Amsonia A tough, but sadly underused perennial, amsonia produces clusters of sky-blue flowers in late spring. Its not just a one-season wonder, though. In autumn, its foliage turns brilliant shades of gold — enough to rival many of the trees when they put
Agastache: 'Desert Sunrise' Zones Rely on agastache to cover itself in blooms throughout the summer and autumn. This variety, 'Desert Sunrise', offers orange blooms that feature pink and lavender tints, attracts tons of hummingbirds, great cut flower