This book includes more than 60 fruits, vegetables and herbs suitable for the diverse growing conditions of Texas gardens. Texas Fruit & Vegetable Gardening addresses the climate, soil, sun, and water conditions that affect growing success. Each plant profile highlights planting, growing, watering, and care information. Helpful charts and graphs assist gardeners in knowing when to plant and harvest.
Welcome to Gardening in TexasThe Garden How to Get Started Starting at the Beginning with Seeds Creating the Perfect Soil Composting Container Gardening Watering the Garden Pest Control Organic Gardening Gardening with Children Harvest & StorageVegetables & HerbsArugulaAsparagusBasilBeetBroccoliBrussels SproutsCabbageCantaloupeCarrotCauliflowerCilantroCollardsCucumberDillEggplantEnglish PeaField CornGarlicGreen BeanHot PepperKaleLettuceMustard GreensOkraOnionOreganoParsleyPotatoPumpkinRadishRosemaryShell BeanSnow PeaSouthern PeaSpinachSugar CaneSummer SquashSweet CornSweet PepperSweet PotatoSwiss ChardTomatilloTomatoTurnipWatermelonWinter SquashFruitsAppleBlackberryBlueberryCitrusFigGrapeLoquatMayhawMuscadinePeachPearPersimmonPlumPomegranateStrawberry
NutsPeanutPecanNeed More Help? Common Organic Fertilizers Last and First Freeze Dates Recognizing Symptoms of Nutrient Deficiencies Refrigeration Storage Time for Vegetable Seeds Vegetable Storage Requirements Transplanting 101 Adjusting Soil pH Vegetable Planting Annual Herbs Perennial HerbsTexas Agrifile ExtensionGlossaryResourcesPhotography CreditsBibliographyMy Family RecipesPlanning RecordIndexMeet Greg Grant