Panic is setting in for many North Texans who got ahead of themselves with their gardening. But the winter weather even has professionals scrambling.
One of the nation’s largest chemical companies and a conservation group have forged an unlikely partnership that seeks to recreate some forest to curb pollution.
As the North Texas drought continues its relentless years-long march, more people are turning to drought-resistant plants to decorate their yards.
Collin County is one of the many North Texas counties under a freeze warning tonight – which is unusual since the last frost generally occurs in March. The cold front has lots of homeowners worried about the spring landscaping they’ve already planted.
The threat of an unseasonably bitter cold snap has farmers and gardeners across North Texas looking for ways to shelter their plants.
It sounds hard to believe in the middle of April, but North Texans are preparing for a possible freeze on Monday night. That could be bad for anyone working on their spring garden.
The winter freeze that covered North Texas in a slippery coating of ice earlier this month wreaked havoc on roads and schools, as well as dozens of area greenhouses.
A repeat drug bust at a rural plot in Central Texas has led to the confiscation of about $5.25 million worth of marijuana plants.
Visiting a state park offers plenty of opportunities for amazing photographs and outdoor family fun.
Poinsettias are the most popular Christmas plants sold in the United States during the holiday season. One myth is that the poinsettia plant is poisonous.
Gathered in the large garden behind a Richardson ISD elementary school, a group of kindergartners watched as their teacher snipped some basil, let them smell the leaves, and then did the same with oregano.
A South American plant found growing in the Dallas Floodway Extension could pose some serious problems. The plant has no local predators and that means it threatens to take over the entire ecosystem