Tag Archives: gardening

Tomato Celebration – Open Garden Days

Celebrate with us the beautiful and delicious TOMATOES!!  May 15, 2021 This will be a Free Facebook Live presentation at www.facebook.com/brazoriacountyextension/ This presentation will be done three parts.  #1. 10:00 am – Growing Tomatoes; #2. 11:00 am – Maintaining Tomatoes; #3. 12:00 pm – Preserving Tomatoes

Gardening on the Gulf Coast – Pollinator Gardens

Join Horticulture Agent Paul Winski to learn about the types of pollinators and which plants will attract them to your garden. FREE: Click:  REGISTER HERE

Gardening In The Gulf Coast: Replace Those Water Hogs

Gardening on the Gulf Coast Lecture Series: Replace those Water Hogs! with Agent Ginger Easton-Smith, starting at 10 am. Sponsored by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Southeast Region. A compliment to xeriscape gardening, this program further explores plants that use less water in the garden. This is a presentation via MS TEAMS.  FREE with registration,   CLICK HERE   www.eventbrite.com/e/gardening-on-the-gulf-coast-tickets-137506051301

Herbs / Open Garden Days

The Brazoria County Master Gardeners will host Open Garden Days: Herbs with Horticulture Agent Stephen Brueggerhoff. This is a FREE Facebook LIVE event at www.facebook.com/brazoriacountyextensin/ This is a three part program: 10:00 a.m. – Herb Garden Design 11:00 a.m. – Basil Bounty 12:00 noon – Cooking with Herbs.  

Keep Pearland Beautiful – Companion Planting

Keep Pearland Beautiful presents a FREE lecture – Companion Planting with horticulture agent Stephen Brueggerhoff. This will be a Facebook Live! event, and browse to Brazoria County AgriLife Extension Facebook page to join in: www.facebook.com/brazoriacountyextension/ Companion Planting.  It is fascinating to learn about plants that are both beneficial and complementary  to one another.  This lecture is broadcast live and starts at 7pm. KPB garden lecture series promotes best practices in home garden development and management. Instructed by Brazoria County AgriLife Horticulture Agent Stephen Brueggerhoff and Brazoria County Master… Read More →

Gardening on the Gulf Coast – Xeriscape Gardening

Gardening on the Gulf Coast Lecture Series: Xeriscape Gardening with Agent Kevin Gibbs, starting at 10 am. Sponsored by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Southeast Region. Learn about plants that perform well under drought condition and use less water. This is a presentation via MS TEAMS. FREE with registration,   CLICK HERE  : www.eventbrite.com/e/gardening-on-the-gulf-coast-tickets-137506051301  

Keep Pearland Beautiful – Spring Veggies

Keep Pearland Beautiful presents a FREE lecture – Spring Veggies with Agent Stephen Brueggerhoff. This will be a Facebook Live! event, and browse to Brazoria County AgriLife Extension Facebook page to join in: www.facebook.com/brazoriacountyextension/ Spring Veggies. Learn about planting and caring for your spring garden and the varieties that grow best in your area.  This lecture is broadcast live and starts at 7pm. KPB garden lecture series promotes best practices in home garden development and management. Instructed by Brazoria County AgriLife Horticulture Agent Stephen Brueggerhoff and Brazoria County… Read More →

Keep Pearland Beautiful-Pruning Ornamental Trees

Keep Pearland Beautiful presents a FREE lecture – Pruning Ornamental Trees with Agent Stephen Brueggerhoff. This will be a Facebook Live! event, and browse to Brazoria County AgriLife Extension Facebook page to join in: www.facebook.com/brazoriacountyextension/ Pruning Ornamental Trees. Learn about pruning and maintenance techniques for  your ornamental trees to keep them healthy and beautiful. This lecture is broadcast live and starts at 7pm. KPB garden lecture series promotes best practices in home garden development and management. Instructed by Brazoria County AgriLife Horticulture Agent Stephen Brueggerhoff and Brazoria County… Read More →

Time to Prune Woody Ornamentals

Time to Prune Woody Ornamentals Stephen Brueggerhoff, CEA – Horticulture; Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service 2/02/2021 While winter is viewed as a season of contemplation, there are still pruning maintenance tasks for woody ornamental plants we can accomplish at this time of year. Pruning is a landscaping activity that benefits and promotes healthy growth. The reasons we prune plants are to train, maintain, improve flower and vegetative quality, and restrict growth. One goal is to create and maintain the basic plant architecture using sustainable methods. Pruning during late… Read More →

Gardening on the Gulf Coast Lecture Series: Horticulture Myths

Gardening on the Gulf Coast Lecture Series: Horticulture Myths and Mystics with Horticulture Agent Stephen Brueggerhoff, starting at 10am. Sponsored by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Southeast Region. Get to know facts versus myth-information and debunk 10 gardening myths to improve your horticultural skills. This is a presentation via MS TEAMS.  FREE with registration. To register for this FREE virtual presentation CLICK HERE.