April 19, 2019: Delta Dawn Gardens was featured on KLRU's Central Texas Gardener in a segment on "Dry Creek Do’s and Don’ts." Here, Leah explains best practices and DIY tips for creating a naturalistic and functional dry creek to direct rainwater runoff in the landscape.
September 22, 2018: Leah and Colleen Dieter team up for a pair of Central Texas Gardener “Backyard Basics” segments about saving and planting seeds. How do you harvest seeds, and when’s the right time to do it? What is the best way to store seeds? How do you prepare seeds for planting? Find out below. This segment celebrates the kickoff of the Central Texas Seed Library, a seed-sharing program that is free and open to the public, pioneered by Colleen, a group of volunteers, and librarians at Austin’s new Central Library.
October 18, 2017: Architect Sandy Stone's gorgeous, wildlife-friendly homestead was featured on KLRU's Central Texas Gardener. Leah has been working side-by-side with Sandy since January 2016 to create serene "garden rooms" under the shade of majestic live oaks in South Austin.
February 18, 2017: Delta Dawn Gardens was featured on KLRU's Central Texas Gardener in a segment on "garden rehab." Here, Leah gives some tips on renovating overgrown, overrun, and overplanted gardens.
November 25, 2016: Delta Dawn Gardens was featured in the Austin Chronicle as part of the annual holiday gift guide, "Hyperlocal For the Holidays." Leah named her favorite local nurseries and shops for finding plants, tools, and garden-related gifts.
October 22, 2016: Delta Dawn Gardens was featured on Time Warner Cable News' Garden Journeys with Colleen Dieter in a segment on cut flower gardening. Here, Leah gives the rundown on growing roses, annuals, and perennials for flower arrangements to enjoy in your home.
August 2, 2014: Before starting Delta Dawn Gardens, Leah worked at John Dromgoole's nursery, the Natural Gardener. She was featured with John on KXAN's "Weekend Gardener" segment about Chinese bitter melon vine. Here, she talks about using this twining vine to build a topiary dinosaur called the "Melonsaurus."