Whether your a new gardener, seasoned gardener or somewhere in-between, it's likely you will always have a question(s) about some aspect of gardening.  That may be one of the reasons why so many of us enjoy gardening, it's a continual growth and educational hobby or business!
 
Below is an index of our Garden of Knowledge educational articles:
 
Garden of Knowledge Index
 
Knowledge Area        
Title and Link to Article
 
Author 
       
Gardening Tips  Fall 2011 Gardening Tips    MG Toni Moorehead
  Spring 2011 Annual Container Tips MG Toni Moorehead
       
Insects Crape Myrtle Scale: New to US? From Insects in the City - 2010
  Insects by Mouth Parts MG Marilyn Sallee, Entomology Specialist
       
Landscape Design Dividing Your Landscape into Use Areas

Steve Chaney, Tarrant County Extension Agent

  How to Choose a Landscape Service Provider

Laura Miller, Tarrant County Extension Agent Commercial

         
Perennials Colorful Plants that Keep on Giving  
  Hardy Perennials Great for Area's Hot Conditions
Steve Chaney, Tarrant County Extension Agent
       
Propagation How to Make Seed Tape MG LaVonne Nowlin
  How to Use Toilet Paper Rolls to Start Seed MG LaVonne Nowlin
       
Shrubs Roses -How to Plant By Everett Janne, CEA (deceased)
  Roses - Care and Maintenance  From aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu
       
Soil Amendments Part 1 - Nature Recycles MG Charlie Shriner
  Part 2 - Compost - How Nature Does It MG Charlie Shriner
  Part 3 - Backyard Composting or Let It Rot MG Charlie Shriner
       
Trees Short Trees and Small Shrubs

Steve Chaney, Tarrant County Extension Agent

  Dutch Elm Disease and Tarrant County Trees

Laura Miller, Tarrant County Extension Agent,

Commercial

       
Vegetable Gardening Fall Vegetable Gardening in Texas, A Time to Relish

Steve Chaney, Tarrant County Extension Agent

 
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