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: Add Some Color To Your Garden This WinterIn this edition of Gardening 101, CBS 11 meteorologist Jeff Ray shows you how to add some color to your garden this winter.
VIDEO: Man Wanted For Stealing Plants From Dallas Lowe'sDallas Police are trying to identify and ultimately nab a man captured on surveillance video stealing plants from the nursery at a Lowe's last month.
Buying The Beauty You See During One Of North Texas' Biggest Plant SalesOne thing gardener/meteorologist Jeff Ray enjoys is walking around local botanical gardens to see what he might want to try planting in his own yard -- that's why he's vey excited about an upcoming plant sale.
Gardening 101: Putting Together An Herb GardenDesigning an herb garden is an exercise in instant gratification; many herbs are fast-growing plants to harvest (or at least snip) within weeks of germination.
Gardening 101: Adding Summer Color To Your GardenWhen looking at ways to add summer color in your garden my thoughts go back to a visit at a California vineyard last summer.
Trying To Avoid The Last Freeze -- Should You Plant Early This Season?The Metroplex is a mere 10 days away from the average last freeze. This is a date that signifies the start of the growing season.
Saving Plants After A Hard Freeze And How To Prepare For The Cold WeatherIs there life after a freeze? Yes! Here's how to save some of your plants.
Bumblebee Blues: Pacific Northwest Pollinator In TroubleHundreds of citizen scientists have begun buzzing through locations across the Pacific Northwest seeking a better understanding about nearly 30 bumblebee species.
Trump Picks Dow Chemical Lawyer For Key Role At EPAPresident Donald Trump on Friday tapped a chemical industry insider to run the Environmental Protection Agency office that oversees emergency response to hazardous spills and cleanups of the nation's most toxic sites.