Gardening Links

You will find a copy of the Texas Home Vegetable Gardening Guide, publication #-502 here along with other vegetable varieties, their planting and care.
Browse all the bookstores shelves.  Publications that are supported by The Texas AgriLife Extension Service. 
Highly recommended plant list by Texas A&M AgriLife
Texas SmartScape® is an interactive how-to-guide that teaches concepts of landscaping with native and adapted plants.  One of the best sites out there.
 Earth-Kind is a special designation given to select rose cultivars by the Texas AgriLife Extension Service through the Earth-Kind landscaping program.
The Texas Urban Landscape Guide is a resource of science-based information related to the design, installation, and maintenance of WaterWise landscapes for the principal plant adaptability regions in Texas.
 This link is for Johnson County, but close enough.  It will give you a better idea what squarea foot gardening is.  Maybe you can try it this fall.
This Texas Family Blog wrote a wonderful review of our Grand Opening.  Please check them out.
American Horticultural Society
AHS is one of the oldest national gardening organizations in the country.  Since 1922, they have provided America's gardeners with quality gardening and horticultural education.

 

Kids Gardening
NGA is a leading national provider of K-12, plant-based educational materials.

 

Bug Guide - Identification, Images, & Information For Insects,  Spiders & Their Kin For the United States & Canada
An online community of naturalists who enjoy learning about and sharing observations of insects, spiders, and other related creatures. 

 

American Community Gardening Association
ACGA is a bi-national nonprofit membership organization of professionals, volunteers and supporters of community greening in urban and rural communities.
 
 
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