Lavender, known for its lovely aroma, namesake color and calming effects, can be a bit particular to grow. In this post, StarHill Farms Head Gardener, Jerry Winkelmann, goes over the basics to growing your own lavender, including it’s drier tendencies and trimming needs.Read More
To answer your question…yes. We have bluebonnets. And they look amazing. We’re taking our Texas squats and sharing photos with friends and family.
In this post, we talk about all the ways you can enjoy bluebonnets on and around the farm. Including, The Official Bluebonnet Festival of Texas happening in nearby Chappell Hill on April 13 & 14th.Read More
It is beginning to look a lot like springtime. That means the garden work is getting busier and busier. In this post, our Head Gardener, Jerry Winkelmann, shares a bit about what’s growing and some improvements made around the garden to make visiting it even more fun!Read More
One of the reasons people come visit StarHill Farms is to get back in touch with nature. Being only an hour and a half from Houston makes this an easy destination to do just that. But, what is a good way to connect once you’re here?
Take a walk in the garden. The farm has several places to stop and take in nature. One of my favorites is the garden. This post walks you through touring the garden and inspires you to plant one of your own.Read More
If you love natural beauty and gardening, then this post is for you! Imagine taking your favorite natural soap and pairing it with your own, garden-grown LOOFAH.
In this week’s post, StarHill Farms’ Head Gardener Jerry Winkelmann, takes us through the basics of growing your own loofah.Read More
Add this bountiful beauty to your Texas garden. Join StarHill Farms’ head gardener, Jerry Winkelmann as he discusses growing amaranth in this week’s blog post. Amaranth is a nutritious, gluten-free pseudo-grain considered to be a superfood…so why not try to grow it?Read More