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Now is the Time to Plant Bluebonnets – Oct/Nov

  Taking pictures of kids and grandkids in a blanketed field of bluebonnets has become a favorite annual springtime event for most families in Texas. Actually, the state flower provides a flattering background of blue for all generations – young, … Continue reading

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Dwarf Mexican Petunia – Best “South of the Border” Plant

Original Post Date 5/25/2011 In my opinion, the perfect border plant is Dwarf Mexican Petunia or Ruellia brittoniana. Although originating from Mexico and unlike the “south of the border” pun in my title, Dwarf Mexican Petunia is hardy in the … Continue reading

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