Tag Archives: Brazoria County Horticulture

Fall into Rose Pruning

The end of summer is a great time to enjoy roses in the garden. Brazoria County Master Gardeners are celebrate rose culture during Open Garden Days at our demonstration garden, Brazoria Environmental Education Station we affectionately call BEES, 583 Hospital Drive in Angleton. We offer presentationa on old garden roses, give demos on proper rose planting, tips for taking cuttings and how to maintain and water your rose garden. Don’t forget to browse on our events portion of our webpage for the opportunity to check out our gardens,… Read More →

Keep Pearland Beautiful lecture: Community Gardens

Keep Pearland Beautiful lecture: Prairie Gardens

Keep Pearland Beautiful lecture: Fruit Trees

Garden Lecture #6 – Gardening for Wildlife – Lake Jackson Library

Broaden your garden palette and learn about native and adapted plants that can help benefit wildlife in the home landscape. Read More →

Garden Lecture #5 – Herbs for Brazoria County – Lake Jackson Library

More than spices for your fave dish, discover top 10 herb varieties you can use to liven up your plate and design your edible landscape. Read More →

Garden Lecture #4 – Community Gardens – Lake Jackson Library

Learn about community gardens from first-hand experience, and steps to create a garden that connects people and improves personal nutrition. Read More →

Garden Lecture #3 – Maintain & Sustain – Lake Jackson Library

Explore Garden tool maintenance tips and can nurture and sustain your garden from season to season. Read More →

Garden Lecture #2 – Veggie Varieties for Brazoria County

Beans to Broccoli, cukes to corn, tomatoes and more! Lead and ear, learn about garden mainstays and some unusual veggies just right for Brazoria County gardens. Read More →

Garden Lecture #1- Starting a Vegetable Garden – Lake Jackson Library

Learn vegetable garden design basics and ‘how-to’ dig in steps for garden success with Brazoria County AgriLife Extension horticulturist Stephen Brueggerhoff. Each program is free and open to the public, starting at 6:30 pm at the Lake Jackson Branch Library, 250 Circle Way, Lake Jackson. For more information¬† about the program, contact horticulturist Stephen Brueggerhoff: sbrueggerhoff@tamu.edu, or contact the Lake Jackson Branch Library: 979-415-2590