Find out what is happening with gardening in Austin - visit the new Central Texas Horticulture Blog at http://centraltexashorticulture.blogspot.com.
Recommended planting schedule http://www.co.travis.tx.us/agext/garden/veggies/planting/default.asp
Central Texas Horticulture
A collection of articles written by Skip Richter, former Travis County Horticulturist, Texas AgriLife Extension Service.
Aggie horticulture, the Master Gardener license plates and Gardening with Skip: http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/mastergd/
Texas Extension texasextension.tamu.edu
Urban Extension travis-tx.tamu.edu
Texas Master Gardeners www.texasmastergardeners.org
Texas A&M Entomology http://insects.tamu.edu/extension/
"How to Prune Trees", a step-by-step guide to the how and why of tree trimming from the US Department of Agriculture http://www.na.fs.fed.us/spfo/pubs/howtos/ht_prune/prun001.htm
Grow Green publication, Diagnosis of Plant Problems http://www.ci.austin.tx.us/growgreen/downloads/diagnostics.pdf
Junior Master Gardener http://jmgkids.us. - An international youth gardening program of the University Cooperative Extension network, whose mission is to grow good kids by igniting a passion for learning, success and service through a unique gardening education. For volunteer opportunities with Junior Master Gardeners, contact Lisa Anhaiser (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Texas Master Gardener License Plates
Support the Texas Master Gardeners by displaying specialty license plates on your vehicle. More than 70 percent of the specialty plate fee is dedicated toward a scholarship fund for future Master Gardener Coordinators. The specialty plate fee ($30 or $40, depending on the plate) is collected in addition to the regular registration fee and any other applicable fees. Place your order online at http://rts.texasonline.state.tx.us/NASApp/txdotrts/SpecialPlateOrderServlet?grpid=60&pltid=106