Yards of the Month

===========November 2022 Business Yard of the Month============

This month The Salon at Park Avenue Station run by Pat Lowery located at 806 Hwy 3 S., is the recipient of the Business Yard of the Month.

How did you get started in gardening? My Mom

How long have you been gardening?Forever

Favorite flower? Hibiscus

===========August 2022 Yard and Business Yard of the Month============

This month we recognize Rick and Lynley Williams and their granddaughters for Yard of the Month. They live on Viola street.

Why front important? Gives us pride, joy

How does gardening help you?It is therapy

Favorite flower? Bird of Paradise, it’s unique and beautiful

Business Yard of the Month

This month Holly Berry Tea Room run by Rhonda and Angie located at 501 East Main Street, is the recipient of the Business Yard of the Month.

Why Front important? Aesthetically pleasing, pollinators, bees, hummingbirds and flowers. Get people interested, happiness, curiosity, share with sister, hands in the dirt.

How does gardening help you? Therapeutic mind break calming

Favorite Flower? Angie: Peony and Chrysanthemum Rhonda – Shasta Daisy and Rudbeckia

===========July 2022 Yard and Business Yard of the Month==============

This month Tommy and Betty Ann “Punkie” Davies are the recipient of the citizen Yard of the Month. They live on Chalmette street in League city.

Who introduced you to gardening? Aunt and Grandmother. Started gardening as a child.

Favorite garden? Butchart Gardens Victoria British Columbia

Why is front garden important? Pleases Betty Ann to make it beautiful. They built the house, and she laid out garden hoses while Tommy was away with kids at Boy Scout Camp for a week.

Why do you like gardening? Relaxing, satisfying, pleasing, beauty


Business Yard of the Month

This month Marinas, located on Main Street, is the recipient of the Business Yard of the Month.

Who introduced you to gardening? Mom

What does gardening do for you? Destress, escape Hands in the dirt Peace and quiet Just be!

Favorite plant? Tough one! Anything that produces fruits or veggies. It’s nice to garden and have things look pretty, but if it can feed someone, that is a real gift!