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PCMG – FAQ’s – Parker County

Chandor Gardens

Is a hidden treasure nestled away in one of the oldest neighborhoods in Weatherford. This 3.5-acre garden designed and built by Douglas Chandor for his home with Ina Kutman Chandor on her parent’s cow pasture was once known chandor…

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Town of Annetta

Landscaping for the new city hall began with the city council and residents planting trees—many trees at their 450 Thunderhead Lane, Annetta, Texas address. There were no flower beds. So, in 2015, Parker County Master Gardeners…

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Will Azaleas Thrive in Parker County?

PCMG - FAQ's - Will Azaleas Thrive in Parker County?My Azaleas are not doing well? Is this normal for Parker County? Yes! Parker County soils are too alkiline for Azaleas or any of the plants in that family. Unless you are prepared to do extraordinary bed preparation...

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USDA Hardness Zones

PCMG - FAQ's - USDA Hardness ZonesThe USDA Hardiness Zones establishes a baseline of average cold temperatures over several decades of record collecting. The zones were adjusted in 2012. Listed below are the zip codes for Parker County and nearby areas. Note all of...

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What Is The Tallest Tree in Parker County?

PCMG - FAQ's - Will Azaleas Thrive in Parker County?Texas State Champion Pecan N 32° 48.453 W 097° 46.705 14S E 614365 N 3630612 Quick Description: Largest pecan tree in the State of Texas Location: Texas, United States Date listed: 7/30/2006 8:26:23 PM Long...

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What is the Average Annual Rainfall in Parker County?

Parker Co Master Gardeners - FAQ's  - What is the Average Annual Rainfall in Parker County?PCMG - FAQ's - What is the Average Annual Rainfall in Parker County?What is the average annual rainfall in Parker County? It is considered to be 32 inches annually. We have been...

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What is the best grass for shaded areas in Parker County?

PCMG - FAQ's - Is the Chinese Photinia a Good Shrub for Parker County?We do not have a perfect grass for heavily shaded areas and sometimes have to go to groundcovers to cover these areas. If the area is lightly shaded, you will have some success with St. Augustine...

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