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Good gardening book for north Texas? #8517661 01/30/22 11:51 PM
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Vegetables, not flowers.

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Re: Good gardening book for north Texas? [Re: J.G.] #8517713 01/31/22 12:58 AM
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I dont think I have ever read a book but have come across numerous websites. Here is a couple that should have a lot of info. Tips, dont get lost in gadgets, gidgets, and magic potions. All you need to do is keep it simple. With the almanac website I believe you put in your zip code and you will get info tailored to your area.

https://www.dirtdoctor.com/dirtdoctor-library

https://www.almanac.com/gardening/planting-calendar

https://garden.org/forums/view/eateat/

https://davesgarden.com/community/forums/f/yumyum/all/

https://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/vegetable/

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Re: Good gardening book for north Texas? [Re: J.G.] #8518006 01/31/22 02:20 PM
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Neil Sperry has a good one.

Re: Good gardening book for north Texas? [Re: J.G.] #8518027 01/31/22 02:39 PM
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Not specifically for NTX. But Carrots Love Tomatoes is a good companion planting book.

Re: Good gardening book for north Texas? [Re: J.G.] #8520789 02/02/22 11:07 PM
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not a book but your local feed store is prolly good info. the customers buying onion sets and seeds. i was in wolfe city today, didnt think to look for feed store, bought some onion sets last week in terrell.

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