Poisonous Plants Resources– Aggie Horticulture website. Earth-Kind® Landscaping publication. A collection of links to information on poisonous landscape plants
Recommended Plants for Bexar County – Bexar County AgriLife Extension website. List of recommended plants grouped by characteristic (deer-resistant, attracting butterflies, vegetable varieties, shade plants, patio citrus. etc.)
Texas Superstar® Plants – Texas Superstar® website. Plants that have been field tested by Texas A&M Extension and Research Services
Texas Tough Top 50 – by Steven L. Chamblee, Horticulturist, Chandor Gardens, Weatherford, TX.
Pruning with a Purpose – Texas A&M AgriLife Extension publication. Daphne Richards, County Extension Horticulturist – Travis County
Texas Oak Wilt – The Oak Wilt Information Partnership is a collaborative project between the Texas A&M Forest Service, the Forest Health Protection branch of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service and the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
Tree Planting Guide – Texas A&M Forestry Service. Searchable website to help homeowners select, site, plant and care for their trees
Old Roses – Aggie Horticulture website. Earth-Kind® Landscaping guide to planting and growing old roses
Plant Picture Pages – A website of the Texas A&M Horticulture Science Department with pictures of a wide variety of plants by common type, from cacti to crepe myrtles. Good resource in identifying plants.
Plants of Texas Rangelands – Texas A&M AgriLife Extension website to help identify common trees, shrubs, and flowers of Texas rangelands.