Category Archives: Edible Landscaping

Vegetable Planting Schedules for Southeast Texas in a Time of Climate Change

How to Revise Your Out-of-Date Planting Schedule

Since 2012 I have been actively trying to explain to gardeners, farmers, landscapers, and garden centers in Southeast Texas the best way to adapt their local planting schedules to the increasingly warmer and more unstable weather patterns we are facing. The online and book literature is not of much help here, but surely there are researchers studying the general problem somewhere. The attached pdf explains the problem as of May 2023 and my best shot at explaining what to do anywhere in Southeast Texas. If you are not there, with a little work of your own, you may perhaps be able to use the ideas and create your own version.

Urban Permaculture

John Kohler has put together a lot of interesting videos about US food gardening at Growing Your Greens. Last fall he did a video of the urban garden Nancy and I work in and use to teach permaculture as part of the Permaculture Guild of Houston. See Small Space Permaculture Garden on 1/4 Acre at The classes are part of the Sustainable Living Module taught through Urban Harvest and http://urbanharvest/classes.

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