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Tag Archives: horticulture
Gardening on the Gulf Coast Lecture Series: House Plant Maintenance and Identification with Horticulture Agent Paul Winski, starting at 10am. Sponsored by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Southeast Region. Explore house plants you can successfully use for indoor gardening, and expert tips for growing them. This is a presentation via MS TEAMS. FREE with registration, registration info coming soon!
Gardening on the Gulf Coast Lecture Series: Growing Great Transplants with Horticulture Agent Skip Richter, starting at 10am. Sponsored by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Southeast Region. Know and grow great transplants for your home garden. This is a presentation via MS TEAMS. FREE with registration. When you select your tickets, be sure to pick a ticket for each event you would like to attend and note the day your topic is being discussed. You will receive an email about the events you are interested in. Registrants will receive… Read More →
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.
Protecting Plants During a Freeze Stephen Brueggerhoff, CEA – Horticulture; Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service 12/08/2020 December’s cool weather is always welcome like an old friend that briefly visits for a few months, reminding that we have thick layers of fabric in reserve to ward off the bite of frost or sustained freezes from less-than fair weather guests. Understanding types of cool weather events is key to properly dressing up our plants in just the right fashion for adequate protection. I have adapted an article written by AgriLife… Read More →
Angleton Recreation Center Indoor Gardening Series. Sponsored by City of Angleton Parks and Recreation Department. Starting October 7, a four part series for indoor gardening, featuring container gardening, fall and winter veggies, herbs and ending with fairy garden terrariums. Read More →
There are many reasons to love gardening along the Texas Gulf Coast, one being the ability to successfully grow a variety of citrus trees in our landscape. Urban gardeners to small-scale orchard operators in Brazoria County have natural resources of temperate weather and access to full sun to entice sun-colored fragrant fruit from their trees. Citrus is a general term for fruit that includes the familiar lemon, key and persian lime, the unusual thick-skinned citron, the delectable sweet orange, easy to peel tangerine, huge pomelo, grape-sized kumquat and… Read More →
There are great benefits to applying mulch to bare areas around your yard and landscape, and I want to bring your attention to one curious mulching practice. You may have noticed mulch piled up around trees in a formation that looks like a science experiment gone wrong, a kind of Vesuvian affliction that those in the horticulture trade call volcano mulching. This is a method where landscape company crews or homeowners apply mulch in a mound up against the bark and directly at the base of a tree,… Read More →
Free composting demonstration by Master Composter Delores Fenwick. Learn how to properly compost for your home and garden. Sign up at: www.mykpb.org. Program sponsored by Keep Pearland Beautiful and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension – Brazoria County Master Gardeners Association. Read More →