If you're looking for information on gardening,
plants and wildlife in Texas,
these websites are a good place to start:
Located in the heart of Dallas on White Rock Lake, the Dallas Arboretum
is becoming one of the premier garden destinations in the US. Its variety
of floral and botanical displays are a constant source of inspiration,
education, and sheer beauty.
Texas Discovery Gardens
Texas Discovery gardens is a year-round urban oasis filled with natural
wonders for visitors of all ages. Ten different themed areas include a
butterfly habitat, native wildlife pond, scent garden, shade garden, and
National Wildlife Federation
The National Wildlife Federation inspires Americans to protect wildlife for
children's future. Learn how easy it is to support your local wildlife,
or become a Certified Wildlife Habitat.
Botanical Research Institute of Texas
The Botanical Research Institute of Texas is a global institute for the
conservation and preservation of botanical heritage through education,
research, scientific publications, and collections.
Texas Superstar features plants that are particularly well suited to Texas
soil and weather conditions. Information is available on specific plants
and where to obtain them.
Texas A & M's "Aggie Horticulture"
A wealth of information from Texas A & M's about lawns and gardens,
landscape maintenance, environmentally-friendly practics, water conservation,
and gardening programs.