My article about Colorado pollinator garden is in Country Gardens


March 11, 2020

Check out the new issue of Country Gardens, Spring 2020, for my article “Where the Bees Are,” about Mary Ray’s pollinator-magnet xeriscape garden in Fort Collins, Colorado.

You’ll enjoy the photos of her floriferous garden and hearing how she turned her flat, dusty front yard into a showstopping, colorful garden.

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I’m giving a keynote talk at the Texas Master Gardener Conference in Waco, Texas, on May 13 from 10:45 a.m. to 12 noon: “Sod Busting: 8 Great Ideas for Your Yard After Digging Up the Lawn.” If you’re a Texas master gardener who’s registered for the conference, I hope to see you there!

Mark your calendar for the May 16th Inside Austin Gardens Tour hosted by the Travis County Master Gardeners. Six private gardens in and around Austin will offer opportunities to learn about drought/deluge-tolerant, Earth-Kind® landscaping and butterfly, herb, vegetable, and succulent gardening.

Join the mailing list for Garden Spark! Hungry to learn about garden design from the experts? I’m hosting a series of talks by inspiring garden designers, landscape architects, and authors a few times a year. Held in Austin, the talks are limited-attendance events that sell out quickly, so join the Garden Spark email list to be notified in advance. Simply click this link and ask to be added.

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