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Hill Country Mysteries: Gardens around Texas
What to do about skeletonized leaves on Texas Mountain Laurel. Hill Country Mysteries: Genista Caterpillars (Uresiphita reversalis) Pest to Texas Mountain Laurel
This is what Texas Mountain Laurel new growth looks like after a Genista caterpillar feast. What to do at Hill Country Mysteries: Genista Caterpillars (Uresiphita reversalis) Pest to Texas Mountain Laurel
Native Beauty Smart use of native plants spelled success for this breathtaking Oregon garden. Located in an area with little rainfall, alkaline soil, and extreme temperatures, the Zone 5 garden features tough, drought-tolerant perennials that are native to the region or to areas with similar climates. Here, salvia and rosy centranthus lend brilliant color to one corner of the garden.
Hill Country Mysteries: I love American beautyberry for fall color. The birds do too!