Dropping temperatures means cutting back plants and readying the garden for winter. It doesn’t look as nice but keeps everything healthy.
Winter has hit in SE Texas. While it isn’t inches of snow like our Northern friends, it’s still enough cold and frost to affect the garden.
It’s been raining for days in SE Texas. The rains have brought cooler temperatures (finally) but we are ready for a bit of sunshine.
With a cool front making its way through Houston, it was time to start preparing the garden for the cooler temperatures and winter months.
With the summer winding down (even though the temps aren’t coming down yet), the plants are starting to show their fall colors.
Rainy season is in full-force (and there’s a potential tropical system) meaning our plants have been well-watered and happy lately.
The start of the rainy season in SE Texas has started this month. It makes back-to-school difficult, but our plants love the extra water!
The middle of summer is not the best time for harvesting, but we have been able to get one green onion and grow some of our favorite herbs.
Texas heat is brutal, but some of the plants are still growing despite very little rain or reprieve. The herb garden was restarted inside.
Summer in SE Texas is brutal! The temperatures are in the upper 90s and we don’t want to go outside, so the garden is suffering, too.