Dappled shade garden in San Diego County featuring Dracaena draco, Parksonia aculeata (Mexican Palo Verde tree), Agave americana, Aeonium and Aloe

Dappled shade garden in San Diego County featuring Dracaena draco, Parksonia aculeata (Mexican Palo Verde tree), Agave americana, Aeonium and Aloe - Fresh Yard Ideas

This Bytes: Peach Sangria Recipe | San Antonio Current — Blogs    (different white wine though)

A refreshing Peach Sangria, summer can't get any better than this! - might have to try this for my next sangria recipe

Better than Olive Garden: A Guide to Finding Italian Food in San Antonio

I searched high and low and enlisted the help of my fellow ACMB contributors to provide you with the best Italian food in San Antonio.

For the first time in seven years, my olive tree is loaded with olives! My enthusiasm has turned into motivation, with full intent to process my crop. If I'm lucky, I'll be savoring my homegrown olives in a few months.

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Italian Food in San Antonio

Better than Olive Garden: A Guide to Finding Italian Food in San Antonio

25 San Antonio Italian Restaurants That Beat Olive Garden

Whether you’re looking for classic Italian fare or that with an American twist, you need to taste your way through the best Italian spots in town.

Italian Food in San Antonio

Better than Olive Garden: A Guide to Finding Italian Food in San Antonio

Olive Garden waiter lifts spirits of sick boy, forms special friendship | kens5.com San Antonio

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Texas tree planting guide-Anacahuite Tree above.  These grow all over San Antonio - they're absolutely beautiful

Texas native "Mexican olive" - evergreen small tree with lovely, delicate white flowers.

Sandy Oaks - Olives with a Texas Accent! (TM), Elmendorf, Texas (near San Antonio)

Sandy Oaks - Olives with a Texas Accent! (TM), Elmendorf, Texas (near San Antonio)

Gardening with a Mediterranean flair - San Antonio Express-News

Gardening with a Mediterranean flair

Gardening with a Mediterranean flair - San Antonio Express-News

Mexican Olive Tree, Love the shape of this tree, but am not sure it would thrive north of San Antonio.

Mexican Olive Tree, Love the shape of this tree, but am not sure it would thrive north of San Antonio.

table centerpiece with lots for greenery.  Made of myrtle, eucalyptus and olive branches with garden roses, and pillar candles

table centerpiece with lots for greenery. Made of myrtle, eucalyptus and olive branches with garden roses, and pillar candles

Gnarled trunks rise from ancient roots, and silver leaves flash in the sun.  Texas gardeners are bringing the feel of the Mediterranean to their yards as olive trees, subtropical evergreens, become more widely available.  Gina Liuzza has nine olive trees scattered around her Houston home.  [...] planting in containers allows her the flexibility to rearrange the garden.  According to the Texas Department of Agriculture, the areas around Houston and San Antonio are an olive-friendly zone with…

Gardening with a Mediterranean flair

Make Your Own Olive Oil Lamp

Recycle Reuse Renew Mother Earth Projects: How to Make Your Own Mason Jar Oil Candle

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