October is a good month for working on your landscape. The weather is cooler and more inviting to do some needed annual chores without suffering a heat stroke!.Read More
Our very own Farmer Ross walked our residents through a delicious four-course meal.. We hope you enjoy these amazing recipes!Read More
Got weeds? In your lawn and beds, you may be thinking that because we are heading into fall, pesky weeds will not be a problem. This is a big mistake!Read More
We wanted to celebrate our neighbors by creating a community cookbook that features family recipes that will carry on the cooking legacy of those before them.Read More
All the recent heat advisories have not only been hard for each of us, but those high temperatures have been creating harsh conditions for all of your trees, shrubs, container plants and turf.Read More
Have you every wondered where all those weeds growing in your bermudagrass lawn have come from?Read More
In April, the common areas in the HOA will be treated for fire ants. So the ants do not move and take up residence in your yard, now would be a good time for you to join with the landscape maintenance contractor and your neighbors to use the Texas Two Step Method for fire ant control.Read More
Harvest neighbors enjoyed an interactive cooking experience with Chef Audrey McGinnis!Read More
Imagine it is a clear Saturday morning and you have just set down in your comfortable back yard chaise to drink your coffee and look out over your backyard.Read More
The prediction is in....Read More
By Jennifer Manley
There are plenty of projects around your house that you'd rather leave up to the professionals. When it comes to installing a new roof, fixing your heater and mending that broken dishwasher, you're more than happy to hand over the reins to someone who's built a career out of home repairs.
In terms of interior decorating, however, many people choose to go the process alone instead of enlisting the help of a professional designer. But while you may be the only person who really knows your style, turning your decorating dreams into reality is easier said than done. If you're thinking about redecorating or decorating your home for the first time, click here for four reasons you should contact an interior decorator.
Many Harvest homeowners are involved with an organization called Safe Families for Children. This organization offers a sanctuary to thousands of children.Read More
By Whitney Strauss, Sr. Manager of Corporate Engagement, North Texas Food Bank
Fruits and vegetables are often the most neglected foods in the general public's diet. They are especially important for those that are food insecure and do not have access to fresh produce. Providing fresh produce shows that one cares about the health of those receiving food. All quality produce is welcome! Great produce to donate are the same types of produce with a decent shelf life (root vegetables, citrus and melons). Additional variety (berries, etc.) are also needed and bring needed nutritional value.
I was a young 22 year old from New Orleans who got an opportunity of a lifetime, a White House Internship for the Fall of 2001.Read More
What I miss most about Harvest are the kids. They would always come to the Farmhouse and ask if I could come out and play. I also LOVED when the Watson’s or Kleehammer’s would stop by and take me out for a walk!Read More