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Harvest Green

Harvest Green

We wanted to take a moment to brag about this article that the Houston Business Journal did about our work with the Harvest Green development in Fort Bend County!

Harvest Green is a subdivision that's part of a growing trend of "agri-hoods", neighborhoods designed around shared agricultural spaces. Instead of a... [more]

 
 
Grow & Eat at Beaver's

Grow & Eat at Beaver's

The train don't stop on our gardening and social eating series! If you haven't been part of the fun yet, join Edible Earth Resources this January 12th for a lesson in growing and good taste at Beaver's!

Excellent herbal cocktails by by the Beaver crew with creative appetizers will... [more]

 
 
Not a Pineapple, But definitely Sage (wise!)

Not a Pineapple, But definitely Sage (wise!)

Pineapple Sage (Salvia elegens) is a member of the mint family native to Mexico and Guatemala that loves full sun and average drainage. Beautiful red blooms appear in mid spring and late fall and are excellent attractors of butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds.

This tender perennial’s incredibly fragrant and... [more]

 
 
Cilantro & Parsley

Cilantro & Parsley

Cilantro and parsley are two unrelated plants that resemble each other physically and how they grow, but differ vastly when it comes to taste. Today we can go over some of the info about both and how you can get started growing your own.

Let's start with... [more]

 
 
 
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