“Xeriscape” does not mean “zero-scape!” Simply, it’s designing with water-thrifty plants and water-conserving techniques. Dick Peterson, rainwater harvesting consultant and member of the Garden Club of Austin hits the basic tips to grow green. Host: Tom Spencer.

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Daphne analyzed why the trunk of mature yucca would be directly folded in half. And, find out how to identify the invasive plant Cuscuta. . source

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West Texas Desert, near Presidio. Subscribe for more 4K aerial video of the most beautiful places in the world! Video Rating: / 5

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The Fort Worth Zoo is a zoo in Fort Worth, Texas, USA that was founded in 1909 with one lion, two bear cubs, an alligator, a coyote, a peacock and a few rabbits. The Zoo now is home to 5,000 native and exotic animals and has been named as a top zoo in the nation […]

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[Recorded August 29, 2014] Riding the elevator at the Centennial Museum and Chihuahuan Desert Gardens at the UT El Paso campus in El Paso, Texas. This elevator is actually nice for a late 1990s installation because of the vintage-looking cab and the GAL JetPlus fixtures. Technical Specs – Brand: University of Texas Type: Hydraulic Installed: […]

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In their garden renovation to a low-water native plant design, Bobbie Tsukahara and Gil Starkey wanted to attract the three B’s: butterflies, birds, and bees. Working with Judy Walther and Troy Nixon from Environmental Survey Consulting, their organic, low-maintenance garden contributes to nature’s gifts, rather than depleting them. Video Rating: / 5

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John comes from sharing with you the top 7 crops that perform very well in his hot summer desert garden, where the temperature often exceeds 100 degrees. In this episode, John will take you to visit his backyard vegetable garden, share these crops with you, and tell you more about them. After watching this episode, […]

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See all top 5 free museums in El Paso Texas in just one day! I first checked the visiting hours of each museum and found out that they all open at 9AM and close at 5PM. Second, I mapped their distances from my location, so I would know which one is closest to me and […]

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Gotta love the winters here. Snow one day and almost gone the next 🙂 fall winter and spring in 3 days 🙂 Video Rating: / 5

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Peyote (Peyotl) is not an ordinary cactus. It’s scientific name is Lophophora williamsii. Peyote is native to Mexico and South Western Texas, where it to this can be found in arid areas rich with limestone. There are three properties that makes these cacti unique . Two of them rather trivial, the other one very important. […]

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Perfect timing led to an amazing botanical experience in the Chihuahuan Desert. Video Rating: / 5

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The 5 Best Fruit Trees to Leave Arizona-Desert Backyard Garden! Get my new gardening course here: my new website (email me to join my new blog)! The 5 favorite fruit trees I prepared for the desert are: 1. Ironwood 2. Palo Verde 3. Leguminous shrub 4. Pakistan fruit mulberry 5. Jujube palm My new gardening […]

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Pearing through the lense my urban oasis. A general overview about who we are and what we do at Texas Nativescapes. For more information please contact us for indepth landscape design, planning and installation. We offer highly unique landscapes that are sustainable and drought resistant, guaranteed to thrive and and amazing you in the most […]

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