Congratulations go out to Alisha & Justin, who booked one of our all inclusive elopement packages for a special romantic & private wedding ceremony! You are truly one sweet couple and we know you will be happy together for the years to come!
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March 30th, 2012 by Pamela Murski
March 27th, 2012 by Pamela Murski
Congratulations to Melanie & Clay on their new life together started here at the ranch! Putting your elopement package together with the inclusion of a true Texas Bar B Que Dinner basket was so much fun! Thank you!
February 14th, 2012 by Pamela Murski
Murski Homestead hosts intimate weddings year round, even in the gardens, so keeping them in shape is a priority. Winter gardening is one of the pleasures here at the ranch as the season is cooler, the colors last longer and it tends to be more rain and less watering, so that we can really enjoy the outdoors for longer periods.
Some of the things we recommend for winter gardens in the South are:
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February 5th, 2012 by Pamela Murski
Murski Homestead B&B was recently honored with a recommendation by Prime Living Magazine! “We rounded up five of the Lone Star State’s stellar bed and breakfasts, each with unique programs and super-sized hospitality. Murski Homestead B&B is featured on page 12 in PRIME’s January/February issue! Book your romance package, cooking class package. intimate elopement package or an overnight stay (perhaps with dinner) and experience the ranch for yourself!
February 1st, 2012 by Pamela Murski
We offer all inclusive elopement packages year round at the ranch to make it easy for the bridal couple. All they have to do is show up with their license and enjoy what we have prepared for them for their special memory making celebration! Our packages include just about everything, even their honeymoon night! We are able to tailor each package a bit to make it even more special for the couple getting married. Our tailoring allows us to focus on them and make them feel how special they are and how special this commitment is that they are making to one another. We love the holidays here at the ranch for it is always a magical time to host intimate elopements and small weddings. Not matter what date you choose, we are open year round so book your elopement today and let us make you feel special!
January 30th, 2012 by Pamela Murski
Congratulations and warmest wishes go out to Lee and Kim who allowed us to host their intimate wedding ceremony at the ranch during the Christmas Season! They were such a joy for us to host and getting to see them wed with their closest family gathered around them made it so very special. Thank you!
January 23rd, 2012 by Pamela Murski
Congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. Grimsley! They recently eloped over the holidays here at the ranch. Their spontaneity was great fun for us to witness and get to host….being native Texans, we love the boots and the handmade cake topper which was a surprise by the groom for the new bride!
January 15th, 2012 by Pamela Murski
Congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. Cortez Stuckey! They recently eloped over the holidays here at the ranch. To see the love they clearly have for each other, witness their union in life and be allowed to be a part of it all was an absolute joy for us!
December 22nd, 2011 by Pamela Murski
Hosting Jon and Grace for their intimate elopement ceremony was such a pleasure…what a beautiful couple they are! Warmest wishes go out to them on their new life as husband and wife!
December 21st, 2011 by Pamela Murski
Book your Texas wedding with one of our all inclusive elopements at the ranch and get married in our garden!
From the Horticulturist at The Hill: Henry Flowers, Curator of Festival Hill Gardens:
“Here are some plants recommended for the winter: Cool-Season Annual Herbs: dill, fennel, parsley, cilantro/coriander, chervil, lovage, anise, and caraway (the last two are more difficult, but worth a try). Vegetables: lettuce, kale, chard, turnips, beets, spinach, radicchio, chicory, arugula, dandelions, mustard, bulbing fennel, broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, and kohlrabi (a personal favorite). Flowers: borage, calendula, dianthus, violas and pansies, violets, alyssum, snapdragons, chamomile, feverfew, and nasturtiums (will need protection from harsh cold).
Other plants: Now is also a good time to plant perennial herbs such as rue, rosemary, sage, sorrel, savory, thyme, catnip and catmint, salad burnet, and oregano. It is also a great time to plant hardy trees and shrubs, especially roses – herb of the year 2012 (potted roses make wonderful, long-lasting gifts!). These lists are not all inclusive, but they are a great place to start.
Remember too that the winter is a great time to plant and grow many of our best edible flowers. All of the flower plants listed above, with the exception of snapdragons and alyssum, are edible if grown organically – and so are roses! And since I’ve mentioned roses, here is a list of some that I think are the best ones for us (and many of these are ‘Earth-Kind’ varieties): Belinda’s Dream, Carefree Beauty (Katy Road Pink), Maggie, Old Blush, Cecile Brunner, Souvenir de la Malmaison, Mutabilis, Souvenir de St. Anne’s, Mrs. B.R. Cant, Penelope, Prosperity, Marie Pavie, Green Rose, Knock Out, Climbing Pinkie, New Dawn, and Archduke Charles. If you need a rose to fit certain criteria, the staff at the Antique Rose Emporium is a good source of reference.