Tag Archives: Horticulture

Horticulture – Fruit Trees, Grapes, Olives, Pecans (2 CEUS)

BMGA Lunch-N-Learn: Irrigation

Gardening Lunch-N-Learn Series – Washington County Fairgrounds Sales Facility 1st Tuesday of February-May & September-November  The Bluebonnet Master Gardeners of Washington County are pleased to present the 2018 “Lunch-N-Learn” series to be hosted on the first Tuesday of each month, February-May & September-November.  The series boasts topics related horticulture with the homeowner and backyard gardener in mind!  Speakers are experts in their fields and practical gardeners with great tips and information for everyone.  As we see spring on the horizon this will be a great opportunity to begin… Read More →

Lunch-N-Learn “Vegetable Container Gardening”

Gardening Lunch-N-Learn Series – Washington County Fairgrounds Sales Facility 1st Tuesday of February-May & September-November  The Bluebonnet Master Gardeners of Washington County are pleased to present the 2018 “Lunch-N-Learn” series to be hosted on the first Tuesday of each month, February-May & September-November.  The series boasts topics related horticulture with the homeowner and backyard gardener in mind!  Speakers are experts in their fields and practical gardeners with great tips and information for everyone.  As we see spring on the horizon this will be a great opportunity to begin… Read More →

2018 Tomato and Pepper Plant Sale

Washington County Horticulture Committee Tomato & Pepper Plant Sale – Now Accepting Orders Calling all gardening enthusiasts!  It’s that time of year again and we wanted you all to be the first to know that the Annual Tomato and Pepper Plant Sale is officially here and we are ready to take orders.  The varieties featured have all been selected by Washington County Horticulture Committee Members and are suitable for our area!   This year the lineup features 12 tomato varieties including several new options.  In addition to some… Read More →

Hugelkultur (Webinar)

Horticultural Crops Webinars Don’t miss these special educational webinars focusing on Small Acreage Horticultural Crops. The 2017 schedule is as follows: (date – topic) NOTE: The password for all webinar meetings is “online” (without quotes) All webinars are held between noon and 1 pm. To participate in a webinar, click on the appropriate link on the date of the webinar at 11:30 am to test the connection and make sure audio and video are working properly. Webinars will start promptly at noon. December 1 – Hugelkultur Visit our… Read More →

“Lunch-N-Learn” You Can Grow Microgreens Year Round

Growing Vegetables in Containers (Webinar)

Horticultural Crops Webinars Don’t miss these special educational webinars focusing on Small Acreage Horticultural Crops. The 2017 schedule is as follows: (date – topic) NOTE: The password for all webinar meetings is “online” (without quotes) All webinars are held between noon and 1 pm. To participate in a webinar, click on the appropriate link on the date of the webinar at 11:30 am to test the connection and make sure audio and video are working properly. Webinars will start promptly at noon. November 3 – Growing Vegetables in… Read More →

Successful Watermelon and Tomato Production (Webinar)

Horticultural Crops Webinars Don’t miss these special educational webinars focusing on Small Acreage Horticultural Crops. The 2017 schedule is as follows: (date – topic) NOTE: The password for all webinar meetings is “online” (without quotes) All webinars are held between noon and 1 pm. To participate in a webinar, click on the appropriate link on the date of the webinar at 11:30 am to test the connection and make sure audio and video are working properly. Webinars will start promptly at noon. All webinars will be presented by… Read More →

“Lunch-N-Learn” Principals of Successful Composting

Fall Garden Sale Pick Up!

2017 Fall Plant Sale Packet Calling all gardening enthusiasts!  The Washington County Extension Horticulture Committee is pleased to share with you the opportunity to purchase fall garden plants and support local scholarship at the same time!   For the inaugural year the committee will be offering a smorgasbord of cool season plants including, broccoli, bok choy, Brussel sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, collard greens, kale, lettuce, mustard greens, spinach, and swiss chard.  A brief description of each cool season plant being offered in this line up has been included with… Read More →