Use Garden Calendar for: Recommendations about how the phases of the moon and the astrological positionings for a given day will affect your plants. Who should use Garden Calendar: People who garden using lunar planting methods. Features of Garden Calendar: Moon phase calendar Astrological calendar Date-specific plant care recommendations Shortcomings of Garden… Read More →
Our favorite turf management guides are available from AgriLife. They offer a great guide to maintaining bermudagrass lawns and a fantastic guide with simple steps to lawn care. Their helpful turfgrass care guidebook is a great place to start. Or, if you’re troubleshooting lawn diseases, their guide on lawn diseases will save you a ton… Read More →
Use Seed to Spoon for: Looking at inspirational backyard projects, learning how to organically garden vegetables in a raised bed, and finding simple to understand plant and pest information. Who should use Seed to Spoon: Beginners to organic backyard raised bed vegetable gardening Gardeners who are short on time People who want a… Read More →
Annual dues are $20, which includes $2 for the Texas State Master Gardener program. Dues must be collected by February 1, and you may pay these at general meetings October through January, or online by clicking the PayPal icon below.
Access the PDF archive: The Grapevine December 2019 2019 In Review Happy Holidays Lubbock Master Gardeners! What a year it has been – a phenomenal plant sale, awarding two scholarships, excellent educational programming, and the induction of 13 new Lubbock Master Gardeners. As we close 2019, entering a new year and a new decade, I… Read More →