How to Sample and Test Your Soil
The first step in Central Texas Gardening or gardening anywhere is to find out what kind of soil you have. What is it’s nutritional value? Is it able to sustain the healthy growth of flowers, shrubs, trees, succulents, herbs and vegetables? Watch our video to find out how to test your soil.
Central Texas Gardening Issues
The following video gives an overview of gardening issues you might be facing if you live and garden in Central Texas. Mary Lew Quesinberry is a Bell County Master Gardener! In this video, she and her husband David tell the story of how their garden came to life. How they worked with the environment and planted plants that thrive and do well in Central Texas soil and weather. They went with nature and the environment rather than against it. Today, they have an amazing garden in Central Texas!
Lawn to habitat garden |Mary Lew & David Quesinberry | Central Texas Gardener
BCMGA Mission Statement
The Bell County Master Gardeners Association assists the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in providing high quality, relevant, research-based horticultural education and service to the residents of Bell County and the state of Texas through outreach, teaching, and demonstration projects.