Brazos County Master Gardeners

Extending Knowledge,
Providing Solutions.

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The Place to go, when you need to know.  Timing is everything in Texas.  See our list of things to do to keep your yard and garden gorgeous.

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Growing edibles is fun and rewarding.  Get the scoop on soil, compost, weeds, pests, raised beds and all kinds of vegetables and herbs.

Come Visit Our Demonstration Idea Garden (DIG) and Arboretum

Located at 2619 Highway 21, West in Bryan, Texas, which is open to the public daily at no charge.   See plants that grow and thrive in Brazos County landscapes. You can observe, listen and learn about Earth-Kind® landscape practices that are in tune with nature.

The Brazos County Arboretum was dedicated on Arbor Day, April 30, 2010 in memory of Mary and Ira Lee Dewees.  The Arboretum consists of tree species adapted to local growing conditions and were further selected to diversify the demonstration of trees already established on site.  For more information click here

Together with adjacent gardens in the DIG, the Arboretum provides a living classroom for all to learn from and enjoy.