As Texas slowly begins its cool-down, many people turn their thoughts toward landscaping in the fall and winter. Landscaping is tough work, but there are things you can do to make it easier, and also cheaper. How? Well, you need to go native.
“Native Plant Week is a week that has been designated to make people more aware of using native plants in their landscape.”
Mary Moses is with Comal County’s Native Plant Society of Texas.
“Using Native Plants makes for a healthier habitat that supports wildlife. Bees…it just makes the earth more healthy.”