A Sam S. find: DIY Gardening Projects and Landscaping Ideas to Save Money
Gardening project costs don’t have to break the bank; read on by clicking on this excellent link recommended by Boy Scout, Sam S. [Click Here] for budget small garden ideas to save money when planting an herb or vegetable garden or updating the landscape with blooming flower beds. Thanks, Sam.
Web Master Note: Sam S. is a Boy Scout and is in the process of earning his Gardening badge! His research located this fine website and he recommends you check it out.
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
The University of Texas at Austin Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center is the State Botanic Garden and Arboretum of Texas. The Center promotes its mission to inspire the conservation of native plants through its internationally recognized sustainable gardens, education and outreach programs, research projects, and consulting work.
Comal Master Gardeners Association
Comal Master Gardeners is a non-profit educational and charitable association working with the AgriLife Extension to improve gardening skills throughout the community. Program objectives are implemented through the training of local volunteers known as Master Gardeners.
Garden Myths is a blog dedicated to unearthing the truth about gardening. It will look at common and not so common myths and debunk them. The blog will go one step further and explain the science around the ‘truth’. Don’t let the word ‘science’ scare you off. The blog is written for the general public with no science background.
The National Wildlife Federation
Since 1973, Garden for Wildlife has been educating and empowering people to turn their own small pieces of Earth into thriving habitat for birds, bees, butterflies, and other wildlife. In doing so, people across North America are making a difference in their cities, towns, and neighborhoods—all while deepening their connections to the natural world.
Texas Organic Farmers & Gardeners Association
The Texas Organic Farmers & Gardeners Association (TOFGA) is the leading voice of education and advocacy for organic food production in Texas. As a member-run and member-funded organization, TOFGA includes farmers, ranchers, gardeners, dairies, cheese makers, soil amendment producers, nurseries, food markets, farmers markets, educators, students, and more.