Advertisement Nahh, no black-land prairie clay stuff. I do spend most of my time right now in a house in central tx, black clay and bedrock, not the best for nanas like you prob read about. But I have another tiny aframe project house just west of Houston I bought cheap. I only bought that place in an area I'd rather be in so I could have a place to go when I sold this place in central tx(Austin area). My old parents and all my family discouraged me from buying that place but I could probably score 50K on it right now. People are so neg, sup with that? I think they don't like seeing others doing something because it makes them feel like maybe they should be doing it also. People just shouldn't consider too much what others say sometimes and do what they want, use your own judgment right? Really frustrating if you let it get to you. Then after I sell the central tx house, I'd use the $ to look for a better place in the Brenham area while living in the tiny aframe house. The main reason I want to move to that area is because there is better soil, sandy loam type of soil, alluvial deposit kind of soil from the Brazos and Navasota rivers. I can't grow much here in central tx on bedrock and black clay and the deer eat almost everything I'm interested in, they roam the city limits, no predators. I'm sure you could read about it on the internet, "deer problem in Austin area" I see deer every single day here. One neighbor feeds the deer, the other hates the deer. I hate the deer, other than for sausage haha. They are yard rats here. It reminds me of politics with the deer around here. I'm going to move the nana plants to the aframe, plant them with plans of digging them up when I find a better place after that. gonna, gonna, gonna, story of my life. I might keep that little house for a while though, it's turned out to be pretty cool with a chill kind of scenery, a pond across the street and a code gate at the entrance of the hood. Looks kind of "fancy pants" at first but the reason the gate was put up was because people were dumping trash out there. So I think people now perceive it as decent neighborhood only because of the gate and are starting to build out there, and so it is turning into a better neighborhood right after I bought that little place. Some years it freezes there, sometimes it doesn't, as long as it doesn't freeze the stem should be OK in that area.