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Gardening class: Pepper Varieties Talk by Pam Dunker

Peppers, the sweet hot love affair with a following all its own. Confused by the Scoville unit? This talk will help you understand how it works. Hear about the many uses of the pepper, grown as a c


Urban Harvest's 15th Annual Fruit Tree Sale

Rice University

The event will bring together a huge stock of fruit trees and berries for anyone interested in purchasing fruit trees from which to harvest delicious fruit year round. There will be oranges, tanger


Gardening lecture: "Citrus Tasting" by Dianne Norman

If you are unsure as to what citrus tree to grow for your own consumption, this talk will help. A limited supply of some of the varieties of citrus you can grow will be on hand to taste. Dianne Nor


Gardening lecture: "Fruit Tree Selection" by Dianne Norman

With bare root fruit trees expected shortly, Dianne Norman hosts a timely discussion of fruit trees that can be grown in the Houston area so you can learn how to select the best one for your tastes


River Oaks Garden Club's 80th Annual Azalea Trail

The 80th annual Azalea Trail is sponsored by River Oaks Garden Club, a nonprofit organization founded in 1927 and a member of The Garden Club of America. The trail is a home and garden tour of seve


Gardening class: Starting Seeds Indoors by Biddy Swiney

Learn the benefits of growing your own seedlings. This two-hour session will cover the basics for successfully starting seeds indoors by covering topics that will include lighting, watering, temper


Gardening lecture: "Transplanted Northern Gardener" by Ed Dreier

If you have moved to Houston from New York, Chicago or any other northern area, you may be a little baffled as to what to grow and when. If you wait until May or June to plant your tomatoes as most


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Houston's own secret Garden of Eden: Retired engineer turns an esplanade into a green wonderland

By Katie Oxford

Going to the post office has become downright pleasurable. On the way home, I make it a point to turn on Bonnie Brae Boulevard and drive west. The esplanade there, once a turn around place for a tr ...


Edible Earth Resources Class: "Gardening 365: The Summer Vegetable Garden in Houston"

Worried that the Houston heat will kill any and all life forms in your vegetable garden this summer? Keep calm and plant on. The folks of Edible Earth Resources are here to show you how and what va


Edible Earth Resources Class: "Build-A-Bed: How to build a raised vegetable garden from scratch"

Interested in growing your own vegetables at home but aren't sure where to start? Join the experts from Edible Earth Resources to learn how to build your own raised vegetable garden. Take part


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