Within this section, you’ll find tons of advice and information about keeping your ornamental plants looking their best!
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Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Horticulture Hotline, staffed by Travis County Master Gardener volunteers.
Open weekdays 9:00am - 5:00pm.
Call (512) 854-9600, OR
call first to ensure a Master Gardener is available, then visit the office in person (1600B Smith Rd., Austin TX 78721).
You can either email a digital image (firstname.lastname@example.org) or bring in a sample of the plant in question. See sample instructions on the TCMGA Website.
Wed, Sept 24, 8:30 am – 1:00 pm Travis County Health and Human Services, 502 E Highland Mall Blvd. Registration: $30; ($40 late and onsite) Part of Travis County AgriLife Extension’s Forward Farming series, this program will cover information appropriate for all level of current and potential fruit producers, while also being useful and easy […]
Saturday, Sept 13, 8:30 am – 4:00 pm Austin Community College south campus, 1820 W Stassney Ln Registration: $25; ($30 late and onsite) Join AgriLife Extension Master Gardener volunteers and other community experts for this special workshop on all things backyard food. We’ll cover the basics of growing fruits and vegetables, as well as garden […]
Grafting Vegetable Crops— Principles and Practices June 19, 2014 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Travis County East Service Center 6011 Blue Bluff Road Registration: $10 thru June 5 ($15 late and onsite) Are you interested in learning more about grafting vegetables? AgriLife Extension specialists in College Station will be joining us via web video […]
Thursday June 5, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Travis Co East Service Center 6011 Blue Bluff Rd, 78724 Workshop Fee $15 Feeling adventurous? Explore alternate methods of gardening during the final class in our Dealing with Drought Conditions series. If you have time, space, or physical limitations yet still have a desire to nurture your […]
When we didn’t even think it possible, Ground to Ground just got a little bit more sustainable. The 4-gallon buckets we use are upcycled food containers (they previously contained salad dressing or peanut butter). Now, thanks to the City of Austin Household Hazardous Waste facility, the spray paint we use to stencil these buckets […]
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension - Travis County
1600-B Smith Rd., Austin, TX 78721
Daphne Richards, County Extension Agent - Horticulture
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