Panic is setting in for many North Texans who got ahead of themselves with their gardening. But the winter weather even has professionals scrambling.
With millions of roses expected to be sold this week for Valentine’s Day, we wanted to know if more expensive roses last long than less expenses ones.
A rufous hummingbird has finally made its way south for the winter after accidentally ending up in Minnesota.
A maroon version of the state flower that’s sprouted in the shadow of the University of Texas Tower in Austin has some wondering if it’s the work of Aggie pranksters.
If you need another sign that spring is on the horizon, check out the Dallas Arboretum. The garden is celebrating 30 years with another wonderful Dallas Blooms display.
A Dallas funeral home sent a nearby seniors’ home some flowers on Friday. But it wasn’t any kind of marketing ploy, it was a Valentine’s Day celebration for its new neighbor.
On Monday afternoon, Slater was doing the show as normal whenever flowers were delivered to her LIVE on the air!
Container gardens are a great way to add a little bit of spring to your home, especially if you live in an apartment or loft. Check out expert tips for planting with container gardens.
For many North Texans, the term ‘seasonal’ allergies can be at best, misleading– because sufferers know the misery is often year round… and the typical sniffling and sneezing can be just the beginning.
Springtime in the city does not have to be gray and dull. DFW’s push to be green, sustainable and even beautiful area to visit and to live is well on its way to success.
For those who wish to break the chain of standard gardens, start from scratch by picking the brains of gardeners and staff at some signature local nurseries.
It may not feel like spring outside quite yet, but blossoms are already popping up at the Dallas Arboretum. The garden’s Dallas Blooms event kicks off on Saturday and runs through April 7.