Our newest book, Creating a Drought-Resistant Garden in Central Texas, is available at many local nurseries and gardening stores for just $24.95 plus tax. See bottom of page for retail locations. For wholesale information, email us at email@example.com.
Creating a Drought-Resistant Garden in Central Texas is 245 pages, includes information on:
- Planning and design
- Improving the health of soil
- Selecting appropriate plants (with numerous plant lists)
- Creating practical lawn areas
- Using efficient irrigation
- Applying mulches
- Watering appropriately
- Local garden resources
Central Texas is a wonderful place to live and garden. It also can be a challenge to keep plants healthy and happy when the weather turns hot and dry. The Travis County Master Gardeners Association has harvested a bounty of advice, facts, lists and tips specifically for gardeners who are dealing with the challenges of drought and dry weather. It is possible to create a beautiful garden while saving a precious natural resource – one drop of water at a time.
We try to keep our books accurate, but sometimes mistakes creep in. Page 42 has an error for the numbers for Williamson and Hays counties. They should be switched. You can download the corrected page here-
For online orders of 4 or more books, please contact TCMGA directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for shipping details.
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Filled with collective wisdom from local gardening experts, Creating a Drought-Resistant Garden in Central Texas is about surviving and thriving when Mother Nature brings dry weather. Included are ways to conserve water in the garden without sacrificing the entire area to a no-water "zero-scape" area of stone, desert cacti or sun-withered succulents.
The principles and tips outlined in this book are important for gardeners in this drought-prone region of Central Texas where outdoor water restrictions are ongoing as well as for anyone who wants to be more water-conscious. A sustainable approach toward gardening is one of the many ways homeowners can soften their impact on the local environment.
Some of the information in this book first appeared in Xeriscape for Central Texas. The Travis County Master Gardeners Association have built upon the dedication, expertise and knowledge of the original authors and former Xeriscape Garden Club members to create this revised and updated resource for gardeners in Central Texas.
These retail locations carry TCMGA publications:
Barton Springs Nursery
3601 Bee Cave Road, Austin, TX 78746
Bloomers Garden Center
507 Highway 95 North, Elgin, TX 78621
603 North Lamar Boulevard, Austin, TX 78703
Breed & Co.
718 West 29th Street, Austin, TX 78705
3663 Bee Cave Road, Austin, TX 78746
Callahan’s General Store
501 U.S. Highway 183 South, Austin, TX 78741
Eco-Wise (Garden Guide only)
110 West Elizabeth Street, Austin, TX 78704
The Great Outdoors
2730 South Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78704
Green 'n Growing
601 West Pecan Street, Pflugerville, TX 78660
It’s About Thyme
11726 Manchaca Road, Austin, TX 78748
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
4801 La Crosse Avenue, Austin, TX 78739
Red Barn Garden Center
12881 Pond Springs Road, Austin, TX 78729
Round Rock Gardens
901 Sam Bass Road, Round Rock, TX 78681
Shoal Creek Nursery
2710 Hancock Drive, Austin, TX 78731
The Natural Gardener
8648 Old Bee Cave Road, Austin, TX 78735
Zilker Botanical Garden, Chrysalis Gift Shop
2220 Barton Springs Road, Austin, TX 78746