We are starting from scratch in our backyard (approx. 200'x60')in Central Texas (Cedar Park). The yard faces West. What do you recommend for plants, trees, shrubs and grass that are native and will require less water and care. We do want to provide food for beneficial insects, birds and butterflies. We also need to accomplish some type of screening on the north side of the property. Deer and rodent resistent plants would be a plus.
Practicality of Bouteloua dactyloides as turf grass in Pflugerville April 07, 2007 - I live in Pflugerville next to Pfluger park. The soil is pretty rich there and I'm looking for a good turf grass to replace the weeds in the front yard. Someone recommended Turfallo. What do you th... view the full question and answer
Replacement for non-native maiden grasses from Fredericksburg TX May 25, 2013 - I am trying to replace some maiden grasses that died during the drought. I want an evergreen grass or something soft looking to replace them. I want something that is native and 5 to 6 feet tall to ... view the full question and answer
Additional screening under yaupons in Georgetown TX November 09, 2011 - We live on a corner and have a berm along the south side of our yard which blocks our backyard from the street. It was planted with uprights yaupons. With the drought, deer have eaten the bottom por... view the full question and answer
Need Native Cover Crop in Seguin, TX October 11, 2010 - Is there a native winter cover crop that would control erosion until spring vegetation takes over? view the full question and answer