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Will Pedal for Compost
Pond Society Tour
Pedal for Compost, Exotic Edibles, Summer Projects
Before and After Garden Makeovers
Healing Plants & Edibles for Us and Wildlife
The East Side Compost Pedallers
Garden Design for the Future
Bloomin’ Tales of Texas Wildflowers
Young Urban Farmers
The Cancer Survivor’s Garden Companion
Homemade fertilizers and fungicides
Movers & Shakers
Renewal: The Cancer Survivor’s Garden Companion
How does a garden grow?
Texas Tall Tales: insects, design, and a story for the whole family!
Augie doggie doo in compost? Dillo Dirt? This week CTG, really.
Garden Zero Waste + Summer Fave Winners
Worms, Wonder, Oak Leaf Fungus, Bougainvillea
Healing plants & safe edibles for us & wildlife
Glorious grasses & updated garden style
Top Tips for Growing Vegetables
From the producer: January 2, 2009
Lawn problems and solutions
Liquid Soil Activators
Master Naturalists, Pond Outdoor Living, Garden Cocktails
Fruits of Our Labor
Structure and Softness
Drought-Tough Lawn Substitutes
Water solutions + East Austin Succulents home garden
Creative Gardening with Recycled Finds
Lawn Tips: Reclaiming your Lawn
Segue Summer to Fall Vegetables
Tomatoes Planting and Growing Tips
Types of Mulch
April To Do List
March To Do List
Fireworks in August!
Grow What You Eat
Ponds Big and Tiny
Structure + Soft = Powerful Designs
Grow Where You’re Planted
Bloom Day March 2015!
Photo Tips with Janet Riley
Structure + Soften
Succulents pests with Wizzie Brown
Potting Soil, Seed Starting, Succulent Potting Soil
Plants that Multitask
Summer romance, sizzling color, The Grackle on tour
Cultivating ideas, fall vegetables, first Garden Pet of Week!
Obsessed With Fascinating Plants
Good aggressives, bad invasives
Stephen Orr and Tomorrow’s Garden
Caterpillars to love with Meredith O'Reilly from Great Stems!
Gardening Game Changers
Sneaking into summer
Funky Chicken Coop Tour 2012
From the producer: Sept. 5, 2008
Natives not Invasives
Commander Ben, Teenaged Invasive Plant Warrior + Benini
Potting mix for cactus plants, sedums and other succulents
Invasive Plant Warrior
Dog Training for the Garden
Amending Clay Soil
November To Do List
Fertilizing Your Container Gardens
December To Do List
Waterwise Plants for Sustainable Gardens
Blazing Hot Color
Grow the Best Vegetable Garden Ever
Fairy Gardens and Terrariums
Fire ant control in compost piles: John Dromgoole
Soil drought recovery|tree decay|how low can it go?
Road to Zero Waste
February To Do List
Transition time for flowers and food
Lucinda Hutson’s Viva Tequila!
Holistic Pollinator Habitat
Bee ecstatic; citrus tips; backyard chickens
Garden Bloggers Bloom Day from Linda's east Austin garden!
Edible gardens, Eastside Cafe, frozen plants return!
Wicked Bugs with Amy Stewart
Plants that survived the Texas Two-Step: Freeze and Drought
From the producer: April 9, 2009
Merredith Jiles’ Drought Survivors
Bloomfest in my garden for Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day!
Freeze Report|Cold & Deer Proof Succulents|Citrus|Chickens!
Sean Watson’s Plant List
Cancer Healing Garden|Gomphrena|Vertical Growing Systems
Agaves for the Landscape
Peckerwood, East Side Patch, scat cats from plants, roses
Groundcovers made for the shade; spiritual healing garden
A little native, a little not + Wildflower Center Gardens on Tour
Natural Egg Dyes
Hot Picks for Summer + Recycle Design Create
New look at lawns, watering tips, plant performance flamboozle
DIY Lavender, Ollas, Lose Lawn Makeover
America’s Test Kitchen + Family Growing Together
Winter fun, trip to Wharton, spider ID
Freeze-dried meets sunbursts; Succulent design; Kale nom noms
From Linda: cool-season vegetables
Shawna Coronado Vertical Gardens, American Botanical Council, Hypertufa
From the producer: October 17, 2008
From the producer: March 13, 2009
From the Producer: 3/29
I heard a rumor that fall is on the way; time to get growing fall vegetables
From the producer: June 28, 2008
From the producer: April 16, 2009
July To Do List
September To Do List
From the Producer 2/2
Filling up on fragrance|Funky Chicken Coop tour|Square foot garden design
Drought and freeze survivors|Big Red Sun|No-kill trees
From the producer: 5/10/08
October To Do List
From the producer: December 5, 2008
First new plant for 2010; flowers make good neighbors
Where It All Starts + Texas Quilt Museum Garden
Wicking beds, sun scald, tomato tasting!
Plants That Beat Drought with Vivero Growers
Not taking natives for granted
Minus Lawn Equals Plus
Why plants freeze|Greg Grant vegetables
Creating Tomorrow's Garden Today!
Catching the rain, tree problems, organic fertilizers
Success with Seeds
Stimulating Microorganisms/Fending Off Disease
Fruit Tree Tips: Pomegranates, Pears, Figs
How To Kill Plants
Lack of Nitrogen and Iron
Little views + fairy gardens and terrariums
Crinums, what's soil all about?, how to water
Potting soil for hanging plants and containers
From the producer: May 24, 2008
Pruning Back the Jungle|Slow Flowers
August To Do List
Integrating native plants; Wildflower garden tour preview; overgrown shrubs, fixing heavy soil
Stained concrete bunnies
Surprises every day + Rocking out with Troy Nixon's rock designs
Farmer Lessons, Succulents, Popsicles
England Goes To Texas!
Celosia Spictata ‘Flamingo Feather’
Recycling a glass table top into water wall
Golden Barrel Cactus
Read your garden's rule book|Mueller restoration
Butterfly Pictures from Viewers
Garden Bloggers Bloom Day from east Austin!
Mix Edibles and Perennials
Suit Your Style for Water-Thrifty Gardens
Divide and propagate succulents
10 new Summer Annuals Honored with the FlameProof award from the Dallas Arboretum Trials Program
Erin Flynn and Skip Connett
Groundcovers for Dry Shade
Wicked (and wonderful) Bugs
Butterfly and Moth Viewer Pictures
From the producer: March 20, 2009
Summer to Fall, Succulent Design
The Bees’ Knees!
Recycle glass table top into waterwall
Bloom day: 11/15/09
Easter Barrel cactus: Kim Simmons
Landscape "architecture" for everybody!
Going tubular; Garden Conservancy Austin tour
Newe Ya’ar Sage
Going a little wild
New trellis for collapsed rose & tips for homegrown fruit
Deer and Cold Proof Succulents
From the producer: May 15, 2009
Freeze-dried & my one garden craft
Crispy Kale Chips
Bloom Day Feb. 15, 2010
Planting for the future + Pecan trees + How Not to Kill a Tree, Pt. 2
Bloom day: March 15, 2009
Drought-tough grasses & sedges & more
Patience pays off; bizarre mountain laurel!
Design for Drought and Rain “Bombs”
Pink Muhly Grass (Regal Mist)
Garden fiesta and Viva Tequila!
Freeze-damaged succulents; east Austin snow; Garden Posse
From Linda: Bloom Day August 15, 2009
Top tomatoes, dead succulents, weed tea fertilizer
Dwarf fruit trees, persimmons, personal chilling out
Summer bulbs, spring bulbs
Garden Bloggers Bloom Day: February 2009
Screening plants + what's in a name + when to plant bulbs
Lucinda Hutson’s Zesty Summer Herbs
Life returns to east Austin; CTG swag!
Gear up for fall planting with top shelf natives
Native Plant Sustainability
From the Producer: 4/5
From the producer: August 15, 2008
From the producer: July 18, 2008
Drought and Freeze Plants with Big Red Sun
Top 10 Remarkable Plants for CTG
Shade Plant List by Jon Hutson Tillery Street Plant Company
Gardening for Renters (Or Anyone) |Sustainable Food Center
From Linda: June 25, 2009
Fall preview + CTG swag!
CTG’s new website is up!
Young voices for our future
Drought Doesn’t Mean Dull
From the producer: Bloom Day January 15, 2009
Christmas cactus, prep for winter
Connecting Kids to Food & Nature |Richard Louv |Family Resolution
Gardening on a budget with recycled fun!
Rebirth of a Rose and Garden
Fall into digging with exciting plants and a garden makeover!
Sharon Lovejoy’s My First Bird Book
Tips for Fighting Fire Ants and Other Pests
Black Pearl Pepper
Superstar Plants, Pool to Pond, Fungal Control
New cat perch, Bloomer's super ideas, basil tips, frozen comebacks?
Lemon Verbena Care
Stevia natural sweetener: Trisha Shirey
From the producer: May 21, 2009
Scootin’ into Summer
Pop into popsicles and summer to fall vegetables
Garden Psychology: What Does Your Garden Say About You?
Love + Joy = Sharon Lovejoy & Dirty Birdie Fun!
Let’s Go Wild with Plants & Ponds
Summer Annuals for Wildlife
Annual, Perennial Wildlife Raves
Moy Grande Hibiscus
Stephanie and Todd Lanier
Good Taste And Health With Herbs
Native Perennials: Barbara Wright, Wright’s Nursery
Magical fall flowers; meet trouble free roses
What Do Insects See?
From the producer: 6/14/08
The Organic Arsenal
Words That Make a Gardener
Fall into organic vegetables
Cheery (and tasty) winter companions
Texas Superstar Plants and Designs
Wild Wonders + Meet the Beetles!
From the producer: February 6, 2009
Wine and Dine Yourself
From the producer: December 19, 2008
May To Do List
From the Producer: 4/12
What’s the BUZZ About Native Plants?
Spring into action with Brent & Becky’s Bulbs and poppies!
Shady Customers + Saving Seeds
Nature Watch Austin
From the producer: January 30, 2009
Top Tomato Tips, Aquaponics
June To Do List
From the producer: November 7, 2008
From the producer: February 27, 2009
Debra Prinzing cut flowers | Cuts of Color Flower Farm
Lawn Gone for Style and Food
Keyhole gardens, Oak leaf galls, Gabriel Valley Farms, Drying herbs
Designs by us, modified by nature
Big Red Sage
What does design mean to me? And to you?
From the producer: October 31, 2008
From the producer: October 24, 2008
Super Spring To-Do Tips + Romantic Garden in Sun & Shade
January To Do List
From the producer: April 3, 2009
What’s a Gardener To Do?
Garlic galore, peach tree disease, success with seeds, on tour in Jarrell
Seeds Versus Transplants
Going shopping in my garden
Moving Day + Tomatoes with Renee Studebaker
Gravel in the Garden: Good, Bad & The Ugly
John Dromgoole’s Potting Soil Mixes
6' wonder, freeze comebacks, Bonnie's Greenhouse
When to prune|No lawn designs|oak wilt
Green roofs, garden in transition, m. laurel flowers for next year
Freeze microclimates, in one garden!
Fruits of our labors even if some took “almost” a century
Banish Bermuda grass for gardens
From the producer: June 4, 2009
Aralias & Hoyas
First photo entry for Gardening Gone Wild
Susan Orlean The Orchid Thief
Bringing Nature Home + Oak Hill Elementary
Bromeliads, No-Lawn Design, Plant Secrets