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The current March/April issue is packed with helpful tips and growing advice on topics like Community-Supported Agriculture is Taking Root in Texas and The Legend of the Texas Rose Rustlers. Be sure to subscribe today for the next issue of Texas Gardener. Welcome to TG Press. Our most wanted list and other items below can be ordered securely online or by calling 1-800-727-9020. Chris S. Corby,...
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Easy Gardens for North Central Texas-- I was wowed by the great organization of facts and pictures in this . Even though its title indicates that it is for North central Texas, gardeners in all of the Central Texas area will find this indispensable. It is the best-organized information that I have yet seen on plants for our area. It has hundreds of wonderful photos too. This belongs on every...
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Art of the enjoyment of creating a beautiful garden is to photograph it. Just think of the compositions you can create through gardening by combining texture, color, form and other garden features. Our Home Page picture will change regularly so that we might share with you some of the beauty we...
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Water Wise Plants and Designs This date may change The location will be announced later. Instructor is Mrs. Chris Cassonova. Aquaponics This class is how to grow plants in water using fish to provide the fertilizer. The location will be. See the Pen qOxWKW by Reed Culver (@Reed_TCPF) on CodePen.
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Dallas County Master Gardener Association is a non-profit, educational and volunteer service organization affiliated with Texas AgriLife Extension Service an agency of Texas A&M University. The program is designed to increase the availability of horticultural information and extend horticultural...
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Mahonia repans is one of my favorite plants with four seasons of interest. Low growing and spreading evergreen shrub is native throughout the Rocky Mountains. Bright yellow berries in spring are followed by black berries in summer and reddish winter foliage. The leaves are thick, glossy and holly shaped. Creeping Oregon grape holly prefers amended, humusy soil that replicates its native habitat...
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Gardening is just fun.... ! However Gardening in South Texas can be a challenge sometimes . It is our hope to provid a little guidance, some articles from our friends. and as much general information as we can, regarding this subject . We are taught that provident living Is a necessary part of our life . Gardening can be a major part of that. It also promotes a sense of family and...
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Sow the seeds for a garden and you may be surprised at what grows alongside the vegetables and fruits. Little minds sprout and flourish. Friendships blossom. Communities thrive. Harvest the garden and it nourishes the body and mind, provides revenue, and instills respect for a greener, sustainable environment. From this simple concept grew Urban Harvest, a nonprofit organization with three...
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It’s time to embrace our special soil & learn to grow plants that appreciate our climate. We have the opportunity to establish landscapes that are ecologically sustainable & do not require additional water once established. My name is Chrissy Cortez-Mathis. Let me teach you how to be successful in creating a retreat right on your own property. I’ll help guide you through each step to a...
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The Junior Master Gardener curriculum engages children in novel, “hands-on” group and individual learning experiences that promote a love of gardening, develop an appreciation for the environment, and cultivate the mind. The success of our program relies upon the JMG Teachers/Leaders. We have a full library of resources that will prepare teachers & leaders to successfully engage students in...
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An article from Discover magazine (May 2011), if presented truthfully, got me to think twice: “With proper stewardship…the agricultural soils of the world have the potential to soak up 13 percent of the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere today – the equivalent of scrubbing every ounce of CO2 released into the atmosphere since 1980.” Regenerative Agriculture An agricultural approach aimed at...
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Master Gardeners attend in-depth training and contribute volunteer hours to earn the Master Gardener designation. Interested in joining us? Review the requirements and submit your application. We are highly trained volunteers working with Texas A&M AgrilLife Extension to provide Bexar Country residents with information on environmentally responsible gardening and landscaping. Are you a Master...
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Houston Garden Girl grows vegetables, tropicals, native plants, perennials, annuals, and fruit trees in full shade, part shade, and full sun. HGG is an organic gardener with a rain garden and rain barrels. This site also has a calendar of Houston garden events. I will usually pop half of one in my mouth at a time. You may have to be patient with the tree. It took about 4 years before this one’s...
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Discover what's new at Calloways Nursery in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. Save on your favorite plants, flowers and gardening essentials. Fresh healthy plants and everything you need for the garden. New Locations in Mansfield and North Ft. Worth Now Open!
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View The Garden Center's pick for Plant of the Month! Each month we pick a plant that does great in the San Antonio area to share with our readers. Hibiscus are known for their huge blooms that come in almost any color! There are also many different types of Hibiscus. At The Garden Center, you can find both tropical and perennial plants. Tropical Hibiscus have are tropical evergreen plants with...
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We have been in business since 2002, and we pride ourselves on providing customers with the best-quality products and personal service. Order over the phone, or visit ou retail location that carries our products. We take an enormous pride in creating our products, and hope that you'll find something in our catalog that you like. We also can create custom orders; call or email and let us know...
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Gardening speaker, teacher, consultant, and writer. Gardening publications, gardening CDs, gardening books and booklets. My grandson came over for some lessons on gardening. We covered re-potting his tomato plant, pulling weeds, identifying plants and transplanting blackberries. Welcome! My name is Tom Harris, the Hill Country Gardener. I garden. Northwest of San Antonio, Texas. Please browse...
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Howard Garrett is one of the leaders in the research, education and promotion of natural organic gardening, landscaping, pet health and pest control and how to enjoy a healthier lifestyle. Howard’s radio show can be heard LIVE from 8 - 11am CST on Sundays in over 200 markets across the nation. You can also hear daily commentaries on radio stations across the U.S. and his weekly radio show is...
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Gardening in Texas is Fun and Easy. Check frequently for seasonal tips for your Texas garden. Information on Soil, Plants, Weather and gardening communities. Soil is critical when talking about gardening in Texas. The state is huge and we have a large selection of soils that naturally occur. Here, learn about dealing with the extant soil or how to change it, as well as what is the best soil for...
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Public Gardens in Dallas Texas, Educational Programs on Organic Gardening, Plant Tours, Ecology Education & More at the Texas Discovery Gardens. Beautiful Gardens in Fair Park, Dallas TX. Slither on down to our Snakes of Texas Exhibit, which features 15 native snakes! From the light pink/gray mottle rock rattlesnake to the brown bands of the copperhead, you'll get an up close view (behind...
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