“In the News”
Click this link to learn about a beetle that eats flower pollen: Kerns Flower beetles
Irrigation Tune-Up Tips is the topic for May’s free Green Thumbs Up Gardening Series. These in person presentations will be held at the Round Rock and Cedar Park Libraries and at the Brushy Creek Community Center. This program will give you information about ways to irrigate your lawn and garden easily and efficiently, to have healthier plants while using less water. Check our calendar on the right for this months dates and locations.
Join us for our free Hands On in the Garden event on Saturday, May 28th from 10am to 11:30. There will be a tour of our 5 Demonstration Gardens and Master Gardeners available to answer questions. Click this link for more information: Hands On in the Garden
Gardening Pest Free Organically
by Jay White, Publisher of Texas Gardener Magazine January 10, 2022
All About Seeds
by Master Gardener Alice Stultz, November 8, 2021
Garden Cover Crops and Benefits
by Master Gardener Jim Williams. Williamson County Master Gardener Monthly Meeting, October 11, 2021
by Master Gardeners Phyllis Kamm & Mandy Richardson. Williamson County Master Gardener Monthly Meeting, September 13, 2021
Gardening for Pollinators
by John Swan, Wicked Bee Apiary. Williamson County Master Gardener Monthly Meeting, August 9th, 2021
Practical Landscape Design: One Pro’s Process, Part 2
by Colleen Dieter. Williamson County Master Gardener Monthly Meeting, July 12, 2021
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Visit our Demonstration Gardens at 3151 SE Innerloop Road, Georgetown, Texas to see examples of research based horticulture techniques. The gardens are to the right (north side) of the Williamson County Road District Building. Click here for our location on Google Maps
Master Gardeners are usually working in the Demonstration Gardens on Tuesday and Fridays. weather permitting). Feel free to ask questions. During the warmer months they are usually there 8am-11am and during the colder months starting in November from from 9am to 12 noon.
Our demonstration gardens include raised bed and row vegetable gardens, a rose garden, a drought tolerant and dry garden, a herb garden, backyard garden, a fruit tree area, and a keyhole garden. There are usually different plant trials going on to determine what varieties do best in Williamson county.
The Williamson County Extension Office and Master Gardener Help Desk is located 1.4 miles further south on SE Innerloop Road at 100 Wilco Way, Suite AG201.
Master Gardener Blog
- Insects & Animals in the Demo Gardens
- Sept 25 Demo Veggie Garden Activity
- Drought Tolerant Garden Sept 25
- Drought Tolerant Dry Garden- Sept-2020
- July Demonstration Garden
- June 2020 Demo and Drought Tolerant Gardens
- June 2nd & 5th Demo Garden Activity
- March 13, 2020 Demo Garden activity
- Mason Bees, a native pollinator
- March 7-10, 2020 Demo Garden Photos
For previous Master Gardener Blogs back to 2012, use the Master Gardener Blog Archives dropdown list on the left side of this page.
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