I’ll update this page whenever I come across something useful.
Aggie Horticulture Texas A&M University’s website, it has a wealth of knowledge to help the home gardener. It’s currently a little light on organic gardening, but they’re improving.
Austin, TX vegetable planting calendar.
The Ruth Stout No-Work Garden Book: Secrets of the Famous Year-Round Mulch Method You can still find used copies of this out of print gem. A must for anyone wanting to maximize the fun of gardening by minimizing the work.
There are many good reasons to have your own website, perhaps the most important being credibility. First you’ll need to buy the domain name from a registrar (I recommend Namecheap). This is a small fee that you pay yearly, usually less than $10. The next step is choosing a company to host your website (for that I recommend Hostgator). Depending on the hosting package it can cost you as little as $5 per month. After you accomplish those steps you’ll need to decide on a platform. WordPress is currently the most user-friendly program and it’s free!