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How Not to Kill Your Trees Pt. 2
Magical fall flowers; meet trouble free roses
How To Kill Plants
From the producer: June 18, 2009
Winter drought care trees & wildflowers|Edibles meet perennials
Planting for the future + Pecan trees + How Not to Kill a Tree, Pt. 2
Worms, Wonder, Oak Leaf Fungus, Bougainvillea
How Not to Kill Your Trees
Grow up with vines + Home of the hippos artistic garden!
Fall and Winter Vegetable Gardens
Strategies for a Durable Garden in Drought
Falling for flirts, tree plant, hang on to herbs, San Antonio tour
From the producer: January 30, 2009
Green roofs, garden in transition, m. laurel flowers for next year
Heirloom Gardening in the South with Bill Welch
A neighborhood unites for wildlife
Grow Up With Vines
Drought Doesn’t Mean Dull
Grow Up with Gourds!
From Linda: July 16, 2009
Fireworks in August!
Standout Olive Trees
Gardening made easy with new iBook + Hutto garden fun
Garden drama queens, big & small
From Linda: July 30, 2009
Drought & deer, oh my!
From the producer: June 11, 2009
Psycho garden lighting & structural evergreens
Wine & Dine Yourself
From the producer: February 13, 2009
Ready to go wild with a bigger picture?
New eyes & ideas at the San Francisco Garden Blogger’s Fling
Top tomatoes, dead succulents, weed tea fertilizer
Peckerwood, East Side Patch, scat cats from plants, roses
Bee ecstatic; citrus tips; backyard chickens
Wicked (and wonderful) Bugs
Success with Seeds
Butterfly Gardening by Color
Flower combos, ethnic herbs, squash vine borers, when fertilize lawn
DIY Lavender, Ollas, Lose Lawn Makeover
Butterfly Color Wheel, City Hall Lawn to Garden
Plants that Multitask
Fragrance, flavor + fun with gourds
Life returns to east Austin; CTG swag!
Healing Garden for Soldiers & Top Tree Mistakes
From Linda: August 27, 2009
What Do Insects See?
From the producer: December 5, 2008
From the Producer: 4/5
Transition time for flowers and food
From the Producer 2/16
Dog Training for the Garden
How far we've come in garden philosophy|Cheryl Hazeltine insight
Sharon Lovejoy Children Garden Adventures
Bulbs That Come Back
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center Tour
Cheers! Amy Stewart & Lucinda Hutson
Ponds Big and Tiny
Waterwise Plants for Sustainable Gardens
Turn Grass Into Gardens
Purple Hyacinth bean
Preparing Persimmons for Freezing or for Cooking
Luck, loss, plus lawns
Seeds Versus Transplants
Pollinator Plants: trees, perennials, groundcovers, grasses
Debra Prinzing The 50 Mile Bouquet
Garlic galore, peach tree disease, success with seeds, on tour in Jarrell
Garden cheers|Sharon Lovejoy|When to move a plant|Basil preserve
Tomato pests and problems
Favorite Fragrant Roses
Black Pearl Pepper
Deer Resistant Plants
Drew Demler’s Fruit Tree List
Drought Tolerant Plants for Shade
England Goes To Texas!
On tour with the Travis County Master Gardeners
Texas Everbearing Fig
Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day: March 2016
Countdown to freeze; alternatives to nandina & ligustrum
Aquaponics and Rain Water Catchment
Naturalizing Spring Bulbs
Wildlife summer survival tips
Going tubular; Garden Conservancy Austin tour
Agastache ‘Acapulco Salmon and Pink’
Thankful garden revelations|CTG round table, what next?
No-freeze native plants + Mr. Smarty Plants unmasked!
Grow What You Eat
Spanish/Mexican Melting Pot Gardens and Food
Events that Changed My Life
What’s a Gardener To Do?
Succulent Care and Lists
Succulents for kids
Bloomin’ Tales of Texas Wildflowers
Surprises every day + Rocking out with Troy Nixon's rock designs
Clean up with new ideas + Inside Austin Gardens tour
Catching rain, aquaponics, squash pollination & nematode control
Mushrooms, Lichen, & Other Fungi
Sun, Shade, Containers, and Interior Space
Garden Maintenance 101
Defiant roses, pruning Texas sage, fertilizer, African violets
Mix Edibles and Perennials
Cheery (and tasty) winter companions
From the producer: June 7, 2008
From the producer: 6/14/08
Annual, Perennial Wildlife Raves
Road to Zero Waste
From the producer: 6/21/08
From Linda: August 6, 2009
From the Producer: July 25, 2008
From the producer: December 12, 2008
From the producer: November 26, 2008
From the producer: November 21, 2008
Anticipation|Peach trees|Italian design|Insect control|Ponds
From the producer: November 7, 2008
Olive trees, garden stretches, no-lawn makeover
Texas Tall Tales: insects, design, and a story for the whole family!
Wild About Wildflowers
Pink Evening Primrose
Glorious grasses & updated garden style
Bottlebrush tree in Cibolo by Rich Hartsell
From the producer: January 9, 2009
Get set, prune, sort of + free design templates
From the producer: October 17, 2008
Like taking risks? Hey, you’re a gardener!
Keyhole gardens, Oak leaf galls, Gabriel Valley Farms, Drying herbs
Designs by us, modified by nature
Plants for Pollinators
From the Producer 2/9
From the Producer 2/23
From the producer: August 29, 2008
Excuse me, what season is this?
From the Producer: 3/29
Mushrooms: Your Garden's Best Friend
From the producer: July 18, 2008
From the producer: June 4, 2009
What does design mean to me? And to you?
From the producer: September 12, 2008
Creative Gardening with Recycled Finds
America’s Test Kitchen + Family Growing Together
When to prune|No lawn designs|oak wilt
Triple P: Popsicles, Pesticides, Pond Care
Freeze-dried meets sunbursts; Succulent design; Kale nom noms
Funky chickens, weeds, freeze clean up
Out of control garden, multitask plants, herb tips, oak pollen on steroids
Lucinda Hutson’s Viva Tequila!
Healing Plants & Edibles for Us and Wildlife
Grow the Best Vegetable Garden Ever
Freezing Herbs for Year Round Use
Fruits of our labors even if some took “almost” a century
Pruning prep + Fruit trees + Rooftop gardens
Bloom day: 11/15/09
Caterpillars to love with Meredith O'Reilly from Great Stems!
Blazing Hot Color
Creative plants and gardeners |Master Gardener Tour 2014
From the producer: March 13, 2009
Pink Trumpet Vine
Lawn Tips: Reclaiming your Lawn
Pond Society Tour
Herbal Body Scrub and Oils
Dive into Summer Pond Care
Sonoran Simple Salsa
Freeze microclimates, in one garden!
Rollingwood City Hall
Plants that fooled drought
America’s Test Kitchen
What do you know? Flowers!! + Remarkable Trees w/Matt Turner
Rebirth of a Rose and Garden
Fall into digging with exciting plants and a garden makeover!
Tomatoes Planting and Growing Tips
Bluebonnet (Lady Bird Johnson Royal Blue)
Houseplants and Office Plants: John Dromgoole
The Organic Arsenal
Texas Superstar Plants
From the producer: May 31, 2008
Where It All Starts + Texas Quilt Museum Garden
Why plants freeze|Greg Grant vegetables
Wildlife, Wild Water
Cenizo (Texas Sage)
Wine and Dine Yourself
Spring has sprung, what to prune|drought strategies|fungi friends
Going a little wild
Cute Overload That Matters: Kids & Wildlife
Spring into summer with gusto
Plants to Dry for Potpourri and Arrangements
Mustard Greens with Ginger and Curry
From the producer: 5/17/08
Rose Petal Beads
Zoom In On Hummingbirds
From the producer: March 20, 2009
Freezing and Drying Vegetables and Fruits
Groundcovers for Dry Shade
Native Wildflowers and Trees
Garden Psychology: What Does Your Garden Say About You?
Herbs for What Ails You
Summer standouts and problems
Tips for Fighting Fire Ants and Other Pests
A New Look at Grass
Bat-faced Cuphea ‘Flamenco’ Series
Pecan Tree Tips
Designs for Drought
Top Tips for Growing Vegetables
A painting that captures my heart
Queen’s Wreath, Coral Vine
American Smoke Tree
Drought: not out of the woods with our trees
Plants that survived the Texas Two-Step: Freeze and Drought
Gardening for Renters (Or Anyone) |Sustainable Food Center
Farewell to best gardener ever, Spencer-cat
Vegetable Garden Transition
Funky Chicken Coop Tour 2012
Succulents pests with Wizzie Brown
Phlox Paniculata ‘John Fanick’
From the producer: July 3, 2008
Freeze Report|Cold & Deer Proof Succulents|Citrus|Chickens!
What’s in a Name? Actually, a LOT!
What’s Bugging You?
Px3: Perennial, Pollinators, Powerful
Bloomfest in my garden for Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day!
Shade, insects, drought: what's buggin' you?
Native Plants for Wildlife
Olive and Fruit Trees
Satsuma ‘Orange Frost’
Let’s Go Wild with Plants & Ponds
Belief in the underground
Plants for Pollinators
From the producer: February 6, 2009
Plants & Design to Fall For
Where botany meets horticulture|Monticello|Peckerwood
Fall into organic vegetables
Mitzi VanSant’s Plant List
Blooming for Wildlife!
New trellis for collapsed rose & tips for homegrown fruit
Garden Conservancy tour, what's up with redbuds, edible containers
From the producer: April 9, 2009
Love + Joy = Sharon Lovejoy & Dirty Birdie Fun!
To Wilt or Not to Wilt
Patience is Worth Waiting For
Garden Zero Waste + Summer Fave Winners
List of Indoor Plants
Perennials for All Seasons
July To Do List
Top Tomato Tips, Aquaponics
From the producer: April 23, 2009
Fall preview + CTG swag!
Screening plants + what's in a name + when to plant bulbs
Bee happy|Succulent strategies|Natural Bridge Caverns
June To Do List
Giveaway: David Austin Roses!
Joys and Perils of Zone-Pushing
Spring into action with Brent & Becky’s Bulbs and poppies!
What’s the BUZZ About Native Plants?
April To Do List
From the producer: January 2, 2009
May To Do List
Merrideth Jiles’ Citrus Plants
Geo Growers Soil Restoration
The Drunken Botanist
From the producer: August 9, 2008
Top Tips for Summer Gardening
Summer romance, sizzling color, The Grackle on tour
Get the story on understory trees and plants
Texas Peach Handbook
Patience pays off; bizarre mountain laurel!
From the producer: April 3, 2009
Obsessed With Fascinating Plants
Soothe that garden brain chatter
Structure + Soften
Invasive Plant Replacements
Cover Crops for Winter Gardens
Garden with Ponds + Homemade Bamboo Shoots
Fuzzy Wuzzy Plants
Drought Defiant Plants
Big Red Sage
Outside the Box with Tricky Plants
Navigating new "plantforms"
From the Producer: 3/8
From the Producer: 3/22
From the producer: October 31, 2008
March To Do List
From Linda: cool-season vegetables
Mick’s Shade List
From the producer: November 14, 2008
Do I need to water my lawn in winter?
Yes, You Can Grow Roses
From the producer: 5/10/08
From the producer: September 19, 2008
Gardening for Renters
Gardening Game Changers
Flower power, superstar guest to CTG
Homemade fertilizers and fungicides
Garden Bloggers Bloom Day from east Austin!
Moving Day + Tomatoes with Renee Studebaker
Psychoactive plants with Susan Wittig Albert plus some of my own!
Taking Care of Trees
My big reduce lawn renovation: before and after!
From the producer: Sept. 5, 2008
Make a Fall Resolution to Get Growing!
Natives not Invasives
Foliage Follow-up: Feb. 16, 2010
Mealy Blue Sage
First new plant for 2010; flowers make good neighbors
Garden fiesta and Viva Tequila!
Catching the rain, tree problems, organic fertilizers
6' wonder, freeze comebacks, Bonnie's Greenhouse
Crinums, what's soil all about?, how to water
Rooftop Ideas for Grounded Gardeners
Stevia natural sweetener: Trisha Shirey
New cat perch, Bloomer's super ideas, basil tips, frozen comebacks?
Bunny birthday; pressed flower art; tomato disease; plant rot
Fall Into Perennials
Baby cardinal rescue, summer whites, Austin Pond Society tour, dwarf basils, coffee grounds
Design for Drought
For Gardeners, By Gardeners: TCMG Tour 2015
Balcony & patio renovate; reliable comebacks
Get Growing with Tomatoes
Wild Ideas for You + Luci & Ian Family Garden
Bringing Nature Home + Oak Hill Elementary
Salvia-fest, spring bulbs & pumpkin decorate!
Palate Pleasing Popsicles for Summer Fun
August To Do List
Growing a Living Wall: Vertical Gardens with Purpose
Susan Orlean The Orchid Thief
Fruits of Our Labor
From Linda: July 1, 2009
Segue Summer to Fall Vegetables
Garden Bloggers Bloom day July 15, 2009
My garden's out of control!
Filling up on fragrance|Funky Chicken Coop tour|Square foot garden design
Fall in love with autumn bulbs and grasses
Busy bees, busy dogs
Dwarf fruit trees, persimmons, personal chilling out
Invasive options, butterfly birth, freeze clean up
Summer bulbs, spring bulbs
Native American Seeds Holistic Wildlife Habitat
Freeze-dried & my one garden craft
Christmas cactus, prep for winter
Pedal for Compost, Exotic Edibles, Summer Projects
3 seasons at once; SA Garden Conservancy tour preview
Structure and Softness
Saving Water Without Sacrifice
Good aggressives, bad invasives
Backyard Citrus and Small Fruits