A Central Texas Garden Blog.
Location: East Austin.
The East Side Patch documents the development of a garden from a flat plane of Bermuda grass to absolutely no Bermuda grass at all. It tracks the journey of the garden and the gardener as new insights are gleamed, new insects are spotted and new bottles of sea-weed emulsions are administered.
The ESP uses film and TV references to comically push the journey along, as it tracks all the wild, weird and wonderful inhabitants that reside in an urban Texas garden five minutes from downtown Austin. ESP inhabitants like “The Botox Lady,” “The Naboo Tribe,” “William Wallace,” not to mention the “East-Side Witches,” are among a host of others characters that play an active role in the continuing, ridiculous plot.
So… grab your favorite libation, put your feet up, and get reading about the wild side of the East Side Patch.