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Every Saturday and Sunday morning from 6 to 10, GardenLine's Randy Lemmon answers listeners' questions on everything from aphids to zoysias. He's Houston's absolute expert on lawns and gardens, offering help to listeners both with and without "green thumbs."
Randy's a Texas Aggie who truly KNOWS plants and flowers. He explains them with ease and candor, and is as competent a "plant person" as there is. He studies, and he practices. He embraces "new methods" as well as the "old" ways of dealing with problems. Call for Randy's solution for your question ... 713-212-KTRH (5874).
Thanks to this year's incredibly moderate temperatures for late fall and early winter, one of my oft-used GardenLine "rules to live by" is very appropriate for this week's blog post.
The rule: It's never too late to do the right thing!!!
First, this is by no means an "absolute" rule. There are exceptions that should be discussed on a case-by-case basis to make sure it applies. And if you think your situation needs a closer examination, don't hesitate to call the GardenLine show this weekend at 713-212-KTRH (5874).
Meanwhile, here's a top 10 list of items that it's not too late to do.