Say Sí to Salvias!
being deer resistant and drought tolerant to attracting butterflies and bees,
salvias are the smart choice for your landscape.
Author: Mark Peterson
Fall, Landscaping, Plants
No Tricks — WaterSaver Coupons End Oct. 31!
Three weeks. That's how much time is left to treat yourself to a coupon that'll help take your landscape from weary to wickedly water savvy.
Author: Guest Author
Fall, Landscaping, Rebates & Coupons
A Six Pack of Vegetation Inspiration
a little landscape design direction? Visit six San Antonio-area gardens that
were chosen for their artistic, water-saving ways and be inspired.…
Fall, Landscaping, Planning/Design
Landscape Design Made Easy
Want to transform your landscape, but don't have a clue about how to begin? The Watersaver Landscape Design Workshop is for you!
Drought Does Not Mean Death
is a normal occurrence in South Texas. But you can help minimize plant damage
and mortality by following a few simple rules.
Landscaping, Maintenance, Outdoor Living, Summer
Container Gardening for Singles
Itching to garden but lack the space at your tiny bachelor (or bachelorette) pad? Try container gardening! Most vegetables and herbs in a traditional South…
Easy Fixes for Your Garden Glitches
Landscape problems, we’ve all got ‘em. But most of them have very simple solutions. Read on to find out how to solve some common garden glitches.
Author: Heather Ginsburg
Simple Schemes Save Water Too
When it comes to redesigning your landscape, a frequent goal is to reduce the amount of lawn you have to maintain. So simple is better, especially if your…
Learn about Water-Saving Landscape Design
Want to transform your landscape, but don’t have a clue about how to begin? The WaterSaver Landscape Design Workshop is for you!
Landscaping, Outdoor Living
Gardening in Full Sun with the WaterSaver Landscape Coupon
Shade in short supply? The plants you pick for a sunny spot must be able to handle sporadic rainfall and scorching summer heat. The WaterSaver Landscape…
Author: Sarah Galvan
Landscaping, Planning/Design, Plants, Rebates & Coupons
Tiny Soil Worms to the Rescue!
Got white grubs, fleas and fungus gnats? Get beneficial nematodes. They’ll attack these insect pests, but are harmless to humans, plants and pets.
Author: Nathan Riggs
Landscaping, Rebates & Coupons
WaterSaver Coupons Return in May
Planning is the key to making smart water-saving landscape changes. Identify the areas you want to change now and you'll be ready to use our money-saving…
Author: Juan Soulas
Upcoming Landscape Tours
The right landscape tour can be a great source of inspiration and ideas. If you’re considering making landscape changes using SAWS’ WaterSaver Coupons,…
Landscaping, Outdoor Living, Planning/Design
The Many Benefits of Rain Gardens
A rain garden, with its verdant pools and lush-looking vegetation, can evoke images of an unexpected oasis in our often-arid climate. But did you know…
Landscaping, Planning/Design, Starter Gardener
3 Reasons Rocks Don’t Rock the Landscape
When it comes to gardening, what happens in
Vegas should stay in Vegas. Here’s why Sin City’s gravel-gilded grounds aren’t
a good gamble in Texas’ terrain.
Author: Dana Nichols
Start a New Holiday Tradition: Plant a Tree
Not sure what to do after visiting and feasting with family and friends? Start a new tradition — buy a tree in advance and present it to the group as a…
How to Care for your Trees in Winter
Winter is the perfect time to tend to your trees. Follow these simple TLC tips.
Although the winter season in San Antonio isn’t very distinct, it’s…
Author: David Abrego
How to Select a Tree
Selecting and planting trees isn’t rocket science. But knowing a few basics before you buy can help ensure the survival of your freshly sown sapling.
Fall Back and Turn Down Your Irrigation Controller
The end of Daylight Saving Time means setting your clocks back one hour. It’s also the perfect time to dial back your irrigation system controllers.
Invasion of the Tree Roots: How to Prevent It
Contrary to popular belief, tree roots do not cause cracks in water or sewer pipes. They will exploit existing cracks, though. Just plan ahead before planting…