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The Allen Garden Club web page provides regional gardening links that are helpful to gardeners in Texas and specifically to those in the North Central Texas region.
The Peckerwood Garden is a collection of rare plant species native to Mexico and Texas mingled with their Asian counterparts.
The San Antonio Botanical Garden City garden features formal and display gardens, a conservatory, and sections representing Texas native areas. It offers educational events, programs, and classes year-round.
The Central Texas Gardener website features Central Texas gardens and teaches how to cultivate one’s beautiful garden. Garden experts from around the state give the most up-to-date information on gardening in Central Texas. Location footage in show captures inspiring ideas created by weekend gardeners on a budget, as well as techniques suggested by professional designers and landscape architects.
Texas Superstar Plants are developed by the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. The website features retailers, growing tips, and directory of selected plants.
This is an index of answers to submitted questions on plants, and topics, recommendations, and plant descriptions. The website also offers newsletter, articles, and links to related resources.
The Herb Cottage is a nursery located in Halletsville, Texas specializing in herbs, heirloom vegetables, perennials and vines. The website recommends books on gardening.
Garden Time Online provides links to gardening resources, from planning and designing a garden to harvest and preservation.
The Sustainable Food Center includes local organic gardening news, educational programs, composting classes, volunteer possibilities, gardening tips and listing of local garden stores and landscaping companies in Austin.
This AgriLife Extension webpage has gardening information specifically for San Antonio and Bexar County.
GardenStops.com has numerous useful articles on Texas Gardening and a database of plants flowers, shrubs, plants, trees and nurseries.
MyTexasGarden is a site addressing specific requirements of the Texas gardener, which includes garden tips, information about free garden clinics, registration opportunities for local garden classes, frequently asked garden questions, and access to local garden blogs where one can discuss free exchanges of perennials.
Members of this organization utilize their expertise to teach people more about horticulture and the importance of plants to the environment and to Texan quality of life. The program is designed to meet the horticultural needs of citizens of the Permian Basin.
The Hill Country Master Gardeners is a service organization helping the AgriLife Extension Service meet the horticultural needs of the community. In return for this service, Master Gardeners gain extensive knowledge and share the camaraderie of other gardeners. The type of service provided by the Hill Country Master Gardeners varies according to community needs and seasons of the year.
The Master Gardeners of Somervell County is an organization that works with the Texas AgriLife Extension Service to enhance gardening skills throughout the community. Program objectives are implemented through the training of local volunteers known as Master Gardeners. In collaboration with AgriLife Extension the organization conducts youth and community education; establish and maintains demonstration gardens; and provide a speakers bureau.
Gardening News is a practical guide with video clippings narrating tips for the cultivation of flowers, fruits and vegetables.
High Plains Gardening is a gardening information website for the Texas High Plains region and the surrounding area. The purpose of this website is to promote a culture of gardening within the Texas High Plains Region by offering information on an easy and successful way to garden. The website also includes several gardening forums.
The Garden Helper offers information ranging from plant cultivation tips, pest information, creating different styles of gardens, and a monthly gardening calendar.
The Native Plant Society of Texas is a non-profit organization established to promote research, conservation and utilization of native plants and plant habitats of Texas through education, outreach and example. NPSOT is run by volunteers, working primarily through over 30 local chapters around the state.
The Central Texas Gardener Blog has a huge collection of photos with tips on plant and flower cultivation in differing climates.
The purpose of Angelina County Master Gardeners Master Gardeners is to promote gardening in Angelina County by teaching and sharing information about all types of home gardening with the public. Master Gardeners answer questions about home gardening at the Extension office, and speak to garden clubs and civic groups.
The Austin Area Garden Center is a non-profit organization established to support Zilker Botanical Garden’s mission to promote the education of gardening among people of all ages. Its projects support beautification of the gardens visited yearly by half a million people from around the world.
The WTTW website brings to you a collection of video clippings of tours to gardens of various Texas master gardeners who give tips on cultivation of plants and flowers.
A Master Gardener in Austin, Texas, through web logs, narrates her experiences as she experiments growing a variety of plants and flowers in her garden. The web-logs consist excellent photos of plants in her garden, and include schedules of garden events in Texas.
The Texas Master Gardener Program provides county-wise listing of all master gardener websites in Texas.
Here you can find links to Texas AgriLife Extension Service County Offices with their emails and contact information.
This Lake Granbury Master Gardeners has links to gardens, nurseries, and magazines in Texas.
Are you looking for information on organizations in State of Texas, and US Government websites providing information related to gardening in Texas? – This resource will be definitely useful.
This is a compilation of gardening information collated by a gardening expert that addresses all garden-related queries.
The Biological Control of Weeds web site provides an overview of information about weeds in Texas and the available biological control management programs. The site aims to identify each weed, provide history and research background on it, and present the status of biological control programs. The site also has a Frequently Asked Questions section to help visitors to gain more knowledge more about this topic.
Vegetable ipm offers a new approach to the way people conventionally manage insect pests, not only in their vegetable gardens, but in and around homes as well. Gardeners can identify the problem in their garden by scanning images of pests or by finding the most common pest problems of common vegetable crops. They can then search the control database to determine the current recommendations for cultural, biological, or chemical control of your pest.
Texas Herbarium webpage has links to helpful resources, such as TAMU Herbarium data and botanical informatics systems, recommendations of publications related to information on Texas flora, and courses organized by Texas A&M University.
This webpage has links to gardening related services in Texas.
Gardening Naturally in Central Texas website includes tips about xeriscaping, permaculture, and companion planting, as well as a directory of resources, such as farmers’ markets.
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center is a native plant botanical garden with acres of designed gardens and courtyards showcasing native plants of the Texas Hill Country in a variety of styles from naturalistic to formal. The website provides a comprehensive database of information on locally growing flora, and schedule of gardening events in Texas.
A gardening enthusiast narrates her experiences while growing an English inspired garden in Texas, through journal articles and photos. The website also shares tips from several gardeners and includes an organic gardening guide.
Dave’s Garden is a forum containing threads on information and pictures of Texas native plants and wildflowers.
The Texas region of the American Hemerocallis Society gives schedule of events related to gardening.
Texas Plant Information Database contains extensive information about native and a few selected naturalized plants that have value for landscape restoration, especially erosion control and wildlife use. The database is structured to allow the user the opportunity to query and select best-suited plant species based on specific site characteristics and management objectives, which could vary from individual yard plantings to large area restoration. Listed species include trees, shrubs, vines, forbs, grasses, and marsh plants and, when planted in appropriate associations, can provide vegetated landscapes similar to those that naturally occur in Texas.
The website of the University of Texas contains comprehensive database of Texas flora, Mexican vascular plants and type specimens housed in the University of Texas Herbarium.
Here you can find tabulated, characteristic based information about local plants of Texas.
Txflora is a dynamic plant search and identification guide for the flora of Texas.
Get all the information you need about the plants of Texas through this Flora of Texas Database search engine.
An Austin-based expert gardener narrates her experiences while designing her garden and experimenting with various unconventional plants. The blog also consists excellent photos of plants and her garden.
The Water Garden Club of South Texas is a comunity of individuals that is interested in ponds, water gardens, fish, and plants. The club organizes monthly meetings and events, newsletters and emails.
The Travis County Master Gardeners Association is a non-profit service organization of certified master gardeners in Central Texas.
The Jackson County Master Gardener Association is a part of the Jackson County AgriLife Extension, working to educate the residents of Jackson County and beyond in the area of horticultural education. The organization encourages gardening, using environmentally sound practices promoted by Texas AgriLife Extension, Texas Master Gardener Association, Aggie Horticulture, and EarthKind.
The aim of Lubbock Master Gardeners is to disseminate information on lawns, trees, shrubs, flowers and gardens. Master Gardeners pride themselves in offering special training in horticulture. In exchange for their training, persons who become Master Gardeners contribute time as volunteers, working through their cooperative extension office to provide horticultural-related information to their communities.
The Master Gardeners of Grimes County is a non-profit educational and charitable organization working with the AgriLife Extension to improve gardening skills throughout the community. Program objectives are implemented through the training of local volunteers known as Master Gardeners. We collaborate with AgriLife Extension to conduct youth and community education; establish and maintain demonstration gardens; and provide a speakers bureau.
The aim of Texas AgriLife Extension Service is to serve Texans through community-based education with a vast network of county Extension offices, Extension agents, and subject-matter specialists. Specific expertise is provided by AgriLife Extension every resident in every Texas County as per their individual requirement.
The South Texas Botanical Gardens & Nature Center showcases large collections of orchids, hibiscus, plumeria, and roses, as well as a sensory garden, offset by the surrounding wetlands and mesquite forest.
This Garden Sites page includes a listing of gardening sites and arboreta in Texas State.
The Hopkins County Master Gardeners are volunteers who work with the Texas Agrilife Extension Service to improve gardening skills throughout the community, by sharing their gardening knowledge through community service and outreach, gardener training and educational programs.
Brazos County Master Gardener are volunteers, trained by Texas AgriLife Extension in research-based horticulture, landscaping, soil improvement, water conservation, and other areas pertaining to gardening. The members serve fellow citizens by sharing this knowledge in community outreach and education – newsletters, demonstrations, youth and adult programs, exhibits and this website.
This page is a spring planting guide for vegetable crops in Texas.
This page includes a fall direct seeding guide for Texas.
Extension Information Resources Index is a great collection of extension services and information resources for the Texas region.
Jane Brunclik says
Hill Country Gardens was designed for those tough enough to take on gardening in the Texas Hill Country. Learn to deal with droughts and floods, rocks and deer. The list of deer resistant plants is specific to the area where the deer outnumber the gardeners by far.
Carol Chalfant says
The Angelina County Master Gardeners will hold their Annual Spring Plant Sale on Saturday, April 7th, 2012. We open the gates at Angelina Farmers Market at 8am and close around 3pm. Well have all your old favorites and lots of new selections including lots of natives. We sell out quickly so come early for the best selection.