Retail Roundup: A Sprawling New Irving Nursery with Everything Your Garden Could Need
Plus, a new floral subscription service, Liz Lambert’s new textile collection, and more.
The Secret to Growing an English Country Garden in North Texas
From when to plant to which flowers to invest in, one local master gardener is spilling all the dirt on the perfect cottagecore yard.
The Iris Whisperers of Terrell
The national iris convention hits North Texas this month. And if you’re talking about irises in North Texas, that means you’re talking to Bonnie and Hooker Nichols.
By Kathy Wise
Nature & Environment
How the Tenison Park Pollinator Garden Is Saving the Monarch Butterfly with Flowers
A certified “monarch way-station,” the 1.9-acre plot is filled with plenty of native flora to support the endangered butterfly species as it migrates back and forth from Mexico.
By Ellen Daly
How to Plan a Drought-Tolerant Yard in North Texas
We got advice from local landscape architect Cate Singleton, who’s the design director for Tilly, a virtual landscape design service company.
The Cactus Queen Has a New Kingdom in Trinity Groves
Payge Stevens has moved her exotic cacti shop to a half-acre lot off Commerce.
10 Wintry Tips to Prep Your Garden for Spring
Inject fresh life into your yard by protecting it now and prepping for spring early. Plus: Get the dirt on what to plant this year.
By Jessica Otte
Get Your Plants Through Any Cold Snap with These Winter-Weather Gardening Tips
We got advice from Mark Ruibal of Ruibal’s Plants.
By D Home
How to Make the Perfect Holiday Flower Arrangement, Without Poinsettias
We chatted with Cebolla Fine Flowers’ greenhouse designer to get the wintry tips and tricks.
The Shrubbery Squabble in the Bubble
A Highland Park heiress prepares to fight the town over a new ordinance that may or may not have targeted her yard.
By Tim Rogers