Gardening 101: Plant Shapes And TexturesAn integral skill to nice looking landscapes is to work shapes, hues and textures in your landscape in a pleasing form.
Gardening 101: Growing VinesVines can fill spaces other plants can’t reach.
How To Attract Hummingbirds To Your BackyardGrow native plants like trumpet honeysuckle, bee balm, and hummingbird sage, which provide much more nectar than hybrids and exotics.
Gardening 101: Oak WiltThe oak tree is as much an icon to the Texas landscape as cattle and pick-up trucks.
Gardening 101: Summer Color Part 2The second part of a series on summer annuals CBS 11 meteorologist Jeff Ray did with Steve Huddleston of the Fort Worth Botanic Garden.
Gardening 101: Summer Color Planting, EnjoymentMake the world more beautiful then you found it. Growing a little summer color helps spread a little summer joy.
Gardening 101: Replacing Plants That Didn't Survive Winter StormsHere are some tips to finding plants to replace ones that didn't survive February's winter storms.
Gardening 101: Ornamental GrassesAround this time of year is when you need to take your shears to your ornamental grasses.
Gardening 101: Aftermath Of Winter StormsWhat to know about dealing with the aftermath of the winter storms on your garden.
Gardening 101: The Benefits Of Buying Bare Root PlantsBare-root plants are lighter and easier to handle. And because pots and soil are not required, they generally cost less.
Texas Plants And Trees Suffered Serious Damage During Last Week's Winter BlastThere is a tremendous loss of plant life out there across North Texas. For some types, it was catastrophic.
Gardening 101: Planting Fruit TreesIn this week's Gardening 101, CBS 11's Jeff Ray shows you some recommendations for fruit trees to grow in your backyard.
Gardening 101: Crepe MurderSome years ago a trend started with Crepe Myrtle tree trimming that needs to be stopped. It is called pollarding -- or joking referred to as Crepe murder.
Gardening 101: Don't Throw Out That Orchid Just YetThe truth is orchids are perennials that can live for decades. The plant will produce that flower every year around the same time during its lifetime.
Gardening 101: Green In Winter, Green All YearIf you’d like to forgo dealing with the fickle nature of mother nature, grow some plants indoors.
Gardening 101: Planning In Advance For Tulip FlowersIf you wanted tulips in March you would have had to make the decision in September and ordered your super special colors from your favorite online stores.
Gardening 101: Pruning Summer FlowersWhen the first hard freeze of the season arrives it’s a sad end to your flower beds and your other warm-season plants.
Gardening 101: When, Where And How To Plant Your TreePlanting a tree is quite a commitment. Many trees live well past 100 years and some easily get to 200 years old, growing the entire time.
Gardening 101: Taking Care Of Our TreesIn this week's Gardening 101, meteorologist Jeff Ray show you why it's important to know when to give your trees attention as the seasons change.
Gardening 101: Mulch Is The Forest FloorMulch is the magic that slowly turns our clay soils into a deep bed of rich soil.