Written by Javier and Jai Ponce on Mar 18 2021 - 12:02am
Mother Nature can be extremely unpredictable. You certainly would not expect to see 70 degrees in Boston in January, but that’s exactly what happened in 2020. One year later, Mother Nature flipped the script, bringing an unexpected and unprecedented snowstorm to our southern Texas area. Most of us and our plants in San Antonio were caught off guard—and rightfully so.
Written by rudyarispe on Apr 29 2020 - 10:46pm
It's no secret that plants are known to have a positive effect on a person's mood and disposition since greenery sprouts great mental health benefits. With that in mind, as well as to remind individuals to continue to shelter-in-place and practice social distancing, a coalition of interior plantscapers recently launched a #StayPlanted initiative to remind you to stay "planted" at home.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Sep 28 2010 - 3:19pm
Green Spaces Alliance encourages individuals and groups to get involved in their community garden network.
Written by Heather DiMasi on Feb 22 2010 - 12:42pm
The Presa Street Community Garden just got a boost and a spruce-up from various fraternities and sororities from Trinity University.Besides weeding and pruning back old plants, the group created new paths in the garden and fixed older paths. They also spent time cleaning out and organizing a storage shed filled with old planters, gardening tools and supplies for signage used to disguingish plants.Lettuce, sage and rosemary are already growing and ready for harvesting in different plots. The garden is located on South Presa Street, in the Lavaca neighborhood.