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Trowel and Error Gardening Program
Posted on Feb 1st, 2015

 
“Gardening on the San Bernard”
Sat Feb 14, 10:00 - 12:00 noon, 
FOR Community Center, 20450 CR 510-B
 
Mark your calendar for the first of a series of FOR Environmental Committee programs. Master Gardener Jim Hillis speaks about his gardening successes and failures on the banks of the Bernard. Master Gardener Ray Michalik provides information about suitable citrus and fruit trees available for planting along the river and in Brazoria County. Public invited. Door prizes. FREE
 
Looking like it may have come from some far-off planet, this weird-looking cauliflower proves it can be more than a boring old vegetable. Grown in Mike and Suzanne Goodson’s garden along the banks of the San Bernard, this huge single-head purple cauliflower (Brassica oleracea) cooks and tastes just as same as the white cauliflower. If purple is not your color, it also comes in orange, yellow and green varieties.   >>>
Photo courtesy: Mike Goodson
 
 
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