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A Writer’s Garden–Gardening in Texas by Kathy Bryson

Some tips for gardening in Texas – writers need the break, but those rains!

Catherine Castle

Welcome to A Writer’s Garden where writers who are gardeners or just love gardens will be sharing their garden and flower stories, as well as a bit about their writing. Today’s writer/gardener guest is author Kathy Bryon who will be talking about the trials of Texas gardening. Welcome, Kathy!

One upside of the pandemic and working from home is that I got to observe the rain and light in the garden before putting in flowers. And what I learned was, I know nothing! My experience is all based on gardening in Florida which is nothing like gardening in Texas, and everything I look up may or may not apply!

The flowerbeds were easy enough to build out and thanks to sturdy cardboard bottoms, they’re pretty weed free. Unlike Florida however, the cardboard didn’t break up – even with a week’s worth of snow! Texas is dry to the point that…

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One comment on “A Writer’s Garden–Gardening in Texas by Kathy Bryson

  1. Catherine Castle
    May 21, 2021

    Thanks for the reblog!

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