Earth-Kind Landscape Challenge -AgriLife Extension Service website. Take the Challenge and receive valuable information on how changes you can make to increase the beauty and resiliency of your landscape.
Poisonous Plants Resources– Aggie Horticulture website. Earth-Kind® Landscaping publication. A collection of links to information on poisonous landscape plants
Recommended Plants for Bexar County – Bexar County AgriLife Extension website. List of recommended plants grouped by characteristic (deer-resistant, attracting butterflies, vegetable varieties, shade plants, patio citrus. etc.)
Texas Superstar® Plants – Texas Superstar® website. Plants that have been field tested by Texas A&M Extension and Research Services
Texas Tough Top 50 – by Steven L. Chamblee, Horticulturist, Chandor Gardens, Weatherford, TX.
Pruning with a Purpose – Texas A&M AgriLife Extension publication. Daphne Richards, County Extension Horticulturist – Travis County
Texas Oak Wilt – The Oak Wilt Information Partnership is a collaborative project between the Texas A&M Forest Service, the Forest Health Protection branch of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service and the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
Tree Planting Guide – Texas A&M Forestry Service. Searchable website to help homeowners select, site, plant and care for their trees
Old Roses – Aggie Horticulture website. Earth-Kind® Landscaping guide to planting and growing old roses
Plant Picture Pages – A website of the Texas A&M Horticulture Science Department with pictures of a wide variety of plants by common type, from cacti to crepe myrtles. Good resource in identifying plants.
Plants of Texas Rangelands – Texas A&M AgriLife Extension website to help identify common trees, shrubs, and flowers of Texas rangelands.