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Mulberry: Useful for wildlife and humans

While a poorly placed mulberry can be messy, its edible berries and healthy growth habit make it a wonderful choice for any Texas landscape. Native mulberry often flies under the radar until [...]

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Plants and People: Restoring health with art and botany

Meet a local artist and herbalist whose teachings uphold native cultural traditions and foster community-based healing. Note: “Plants and People” is an occasional series featuring San Antonio [...]

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Plants and People: A fondness for flora from film and food

This locally raised chef’s early career as a filmmaker led him on a journey of cultural realization through food. Note: “Plants and People” is an occasional series featuring San Antonio residents [...]

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Plants and People: The accidental maven of native havens

Meet a local landscaper whose wide urban oasis of native flora and fauna began with a humble herb garden. Note: “Plants and People” is an occasional series featuring San Antonio residents with a [...]

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Anonymous water waste reporting 101

Water conservation is a community effort. You can help us conserve our most precious resource by reporting water waste when you see it. Have you witnessed water waste around town? There are two [...]

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The Merits of Dead Heads

Allowing organic material to decompose in place is a great boon to garden health because it infuses the soil with carbon — the building block of all lifeforms. Deadheading is a traditional and [...]