Gardening Resources

Enjoy these resources and tools - helpful whether you're starting your first garden and potting your first plant, or if you're an old hand at the tiller in need of some reminders. This is intended to be a helpful source of information for growing in Tennessee. 

Many of the documents provided will be courtesy of the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture and UT Extension. However, when useful, we may provide other resources from other extension and government agencies.

You can also visit the UT HORT website which provides horticultural information and resources for Tennessee gardeners

Need help with your garden?

Trying to keep your lawn in shape during the cold? Read this article from the UT Extension office on Controlling Winter Annual Broadleaf Weeds!

"Winter freeze damage, also called Southwest trunk injury, may be a problem for young fruit trees growing in Tennessee" ...Read More

Read about the benefits of mulch in this interesting article from the UT Extension office, Mulching Your Trees and Landscapes

Resources for Growing Plants

Speakers Bureau

In partnership with the Nashville Public Library Seed Exchange, the Master Gardeners of Davidson County offer free workshops on a variety of topics throughout the year at several NPL branches.

Learn more here and find our 2022 schedule by visiting NPL Seed Exchange's Facebook page or by visiting our Calendar

NPT's Volunteer Gardener

We wanted to share one of the many wonderfully educational episodes produced by Volunteer Gardener for NPT. 

You can view their repository of videos at their YouTube channel.

   YouTube Resources

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