Meredith Gray who works with Wildlife Austin was here to tell us about wildlife habitats that you can have in your backyard.
Grow Green is a gardening education program that promotes sustainable landscaping practices.
The Children’s Picnic and Real Food Fair hosted by Edible Austin is Sunday, March 29th from 1 to 5 and is free for the family.
Amp up your garden and landscaping by keeping design elements in mind.
Tillery Street Plant Company is located in east Austin at 801 Tillery Street, 78702.
Get flowers that stand out and make an impression with Bloom!
Success with succulents from Diamondscape.
The Zilker Botanical Gardens has a frenzy of faeire themed events happening all spring.
Revival is a treasure trove of the special and spectacular combined with local flair.
Giving your holiday plants life beyond the season.
On Monday’s show, John Dromgoole stopped by to share some garden tools that are top notch for keeping your garden looking great.
Youth development, sustainable agriculture and food accessibility create the perfect trifecta with Urban Roots.
East Side Compost Pedallers complete the loop turning waste into a valuable resource.
Taylor Cook, Executive Director of Farmshare Austin, joined us in the studio Wednesday to share more about the Farmer Starter program.
Saving water? Not to worry. You can still make your yard and garen look like you have a true green thumb.
Some unexpected items can take on a different role in your next flower arrangement.