Sunday, March 26, 2017
Turk's cap native plant adapted to Round Top TX

Round Top’s Native Texas Plants

by Calvin R. Finch, PhD Horticulturist and Director Texas A&M Water Conservation and Technology Center The Round Top area has a large palette of native Texas plants...

The Bald Eagle in Coastal Texas

The bald eagle, our national emblem, is one of the most charismatic birds in Texas. It’s a species that people will stop to watch;...

Preventing Saddle Theft

When cattle prices are high, a rise in cattle theft and other agricultural-related crime such as saddle theft accompany the good market. In 2014,...
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Round Top Real Estate’s Jaster Road Property

Round Top Real Estate's Lisa Mayer Offers Jaster Road Property Round Top Real Estate and Lisa Mayer are representing three homesite properties on Jaster Road....
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Easy-to-Grow Fruits

Apples and peaches are the king and queen of fruits, but they are also among the most difficult to grow in Central Texas. It’s...
Goose Island Oak is estimated to be 1,100 years old.

Selecting and Planting Shade Trees

If your landscape needs shade trees, spring is a good time to plant them. Planting trees in winter and early spring gives them time...
Round Top Wildflowers

Round Top Wildflowers

Texas’ Spectacular Spring Wildflowers Editor's note: Always on the lookout for Round Top wildflowers, we have seen bluebonnets between Chappell Hill and Brenham...how about you? If...
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Texas Horned Lizards

Few species conjure up visions of the southwestern United States quite like the horned lizard. With its spines, this flat-bodied lizard fits perfectly in...
Roses are favorite landscape plants.

Xeriscape Roses

Roses are a favorite landscape plant. Most modern roses are hybrid tea roses offering a huge selection of varieties in every imaginable color. Hybrid...
Rattlesnakes one of Texas' venomous snakes.

Ask an Ag Attorney: Snake Bites on my Property?

Question: If someone is bitten by a snake on my land, can I be held liable? This is a great question, and as I was...