Horticultural Help

Plant trees, shrubs, rosebushes and perennials now. Planting now will ensure better survival next spring and summer and will have earlier growth and blooms. Plant fall and winter color. Pansies, dianthus, snapdragons, alyssum, ornamental kale and cabbage, dusty...

Ladybug News

On September 28, the MNW Ladybug general meeting and program were held at the beautiful home of Pat Pickett.  Co-hostesses, Carol Cope and Beckie Massie, prepared and served a wonderful and delicious array of refreshments that was enjoyed by all.  Ladybug Betty...

What Does it Take to Get Yard of the Month?

For over thirty years now, the Memorial Northwest Ladybugs Garden Club has been consistently judging Yard of the Month for several strong reasons.  The award promotes excellent landscaping, colorful gardening, and the subdivision’s remarkable curb appeal.  The...

Ladybugs Garden Club

Submitted by Kathy Dodge on behalf of the MNW Ladybugs Keep an eye on lawns to spot problems early.  Insects such as chinch bugs and fungi such as grey leaf spot are two things to watch out for. Hummingbirds are here!! Migrating hummingbirds can be found at your...
Memorial Northwest Ladybugs News – May 2016

Memorial Northwest Ladybugs News – May 2016

On March 16, the Ladybugs took their pilgrimage trip to beautiful Bayou Bend where they toured the Ima Hogg mansion and grounds.  It was a lovely day and the azaleas were in full bloom.  After the tour, the Ladybugs had a delicious lunch at Baba Yega.  The Ladybugs...

MAY HORTICULTURE NEWSLETTER

April showers bring May flowers and lots of gardening activities. Visits to your local nurseries and public gardens will stimulate lots of new ideas and possibilities. Here are a few items that can help you with your gardening activities. ANNUAL AND PERENNIAL FLOWERS:...