While Steven Siebert is a SAWS Water Resource Planner, Conservation runs through his veins. As a life-long gardener from the tundra, Steven is thrilled to have the opportunity to garden in south Texas twelve months of the year. Steven is a palm enthusiast and a life member of the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo serving on the wine committee. Steven’s favorite title though is Uncle to his nephew Ryan and niece Madison.
When the Same Old Plants Just Won’t Do
Tired of cookie cutter landscapes that all look the same? There are many not-so-popular perennials that thrive in our area. Try these eye-catching underdogs for unexpected flair in your flower beds. Have you had the same experience I have? You go to your favorite garden center in hopes of finding a plant you don’t see […]
Pause Before Planting These Palms
Palms are some of the most drought tolerant and low maintenance plants you can grow in South Texas. Just be sure you’re planting a type that’s well-adapted for our climate. Late April begins the recommended time for planting palms and succulents in San Antonio. In the past, a fellow palm enthusiast recommended which palms to grow […]
A Proper Palm for San Antonio: The Sabal Mexicana
Transform your backyard garden into a vacation destination — just add a Texas sabal palm or two. Now while our soils are hot is the perfect time to plant them. When many people think of a vacation they think of palm trees swaying in the wind. We get to create that vacation destination in our […]