KTEP’s GOOD TO GROW: September Gardening Tips
What do you need now to do for your vegetable garden or your roses? Listen to this Good to Grow radio show replay to pick up some September gardening tips. For more archived shows, you can visit http://ktep.org/programs/good-grow or listen live on Saturdays at 11:15 a.m. on 88.5 FM.
Each month please read our Month by Month Gardening Tips. You’ll find them in the column to the right. Go directly to September tips here.
In August 2014 El Paso’s online news source, the Newspaper Tree, began featuring articles by El Paso Master Gardeners in their Health and Environment section. New articles will appear on the first and third weeks of the month. The articles will be discussing a variety of gardening topics for our area. You can read them by following the links below.
Irrigation not as hard as it seems
Backyard vegetable, garden beds could benefit // August 20, 2014
More rainwater available than some realize
A little planning goes a long way//August 5, 2014
Master Gardeners share tips for desert southwest growing
New column features various topics for arid climate // August 4, 2014
Caring for gardens doesn’t end with summer // September 2, 2014
El Paso Master Gardener Calendar
Who We Are
Master Gardener Marianela Milner educates at Ascarate Demonstration and Teaching Garden
The El Paso County Master Gardeners Association, as a member of the Texas Master Gardeners Association, is a non-profit educational and charitable organization supporting the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in providing quality, relevant outreach and continuing education programs and services to the people of El Paso County. Our local volunteers receive extensive training and experience in a wide range of subjects before certification as Master Gardeners. In collaboration with the County AgriLife Horticultural Agent, we conduct community educational projects through workshops and demonstration gardens. Members of the Master Gardeners Speakers Bureau, Help Desk, and Information Table committees provide information, education, and recommendations on horticultural topics to all residents of El Paso County.