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Central Texans have a wealth of information at their fingertips. These are just a few of many websites that have great resources on gardening dos and don’ts. If you have a question and can’t find the answer, call us!
Native and Adaptive Landscape Plants - Grow Green
Our native landscape is the inspiration for this guide to earthwise plant choices for Austin area gardens.
The Natural Gardener
John Drumgoole is a Central Texas Gardening Expert. Check out his website for great tips on how to grow great plants, naturally!
Williamson County Extension Office
Learn about what plants work best in your area. Trying to find a bloomer that will survive Central Texas Heat? Go to:
KLRU Gardening Tips
Along with a helpful weekly television program, KLRU offers some wonderful gardening advice on their website. Check it out!
This is a wonderful way to volunteer and help local residents. Did you know that Williamson County has several gardens of its own?
American Community Gardening Association
The Mission of the American Community Gardening Association is to build community by increasing and enhancing community gardening and greening across the United States and Canada.
Are you wanting to give up your chemical pesticides, but you think they won’t work. Learn about tried and true ways from an expert on organics.
Deer Resistant Plants
Tired of planting new flowers just to find that they’ve been eaten in the night? If you live in an area with deer, this website is a must!
Birdbaths, statuaries, benches, and figurines are wonderful ways to personalize your garden. Find another way to liven up your yard.
Offering a wide selection of fertilizers, weed solver and insect control, Ferti-lome helps provide a great base for a healthy and green lawn.
Monrovia is known as a top-quality grower. Whether you are looking for an old standard or a new variety, this is a good place to start.
One of Texas’ most beloved trees, crape myrtles provide great color and interest to any yard. Find out more about different varieties and colors.
Master Gardener On-Line Training
On-Line Master Gardener training articles, videos and quizes.
McIntire's Garden Center
303 Leander Rd.
Georgetown, Texas 78626