The People/Plant Connection

Bringing the joy of gardening to people of all ages and abilities.

​​Friday, Lunch 'n' Learn--Cost $5  Friday, June 29 from 12 noon until 1 p.m.  Butterfield Building, 224 W. Beauregard, San Angelo, Texas. Enter through the green door going downstairs. Allison Watkins, Agrilife Extension Horticulturist will be talking about "Drought Tolerant Plants for Your Landscape". We haven't had much rain this spring and now is a good time to add drought tolerant plants to your garden or landscape. Find out what the best varieties are for our area. 


Green Thumb Gardener Mini Seminar--Thursday, June 21--2 p.m. until 5 p.m.. Butterfield Building, 224 W. Beauregard, San Angelo. Go in the green door that goes downstairs.  The subject is "Pests in the Garden--The Good, Bad & Ugly". Linda Rowe, Master Gardener, will be talking about the best ways to manage pests in the garden. Hot, dry weather brings many pests to the garden. You'll learn how to identify good bugs and bad ones. As a special activity: Linda will demonstrate how to start a worm farm. One lucky attendee will win the worm form for the door prize. Cost $25 per person  $45 per couple. Preregistration is requested to assure materials. 325-656-3104. Refreshments and door prize will be given away.


5th Annual Giant Pumpkin Contest The seeds are out and hopefully beginning to grow. Send photos of your pumpkins as they grow to: stanfields@outlook.com We want to watch them grow, too. We'll add them to our events page.



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  • Children's Gardening Classes

  • Seniors 60+ Accessible Gardening Classes

  • Special Classes for Youth Groups & Scout Troops

  • Horticulture Program in Correctional Facilities

  • Rainwater Harvesting System

  • Community Outreach Program

  • Monthly Gardening Seminars

  • Weekly Art Classes

  • Special Events

Up-Coming Gardening Seminars and Programs

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There are several ways to become part of our unique garden project.

Seminars & Classes

We offer monthly gardening seminars and weekly art classes throughout the year.

Our History

The People/Plant Connection

was organized

in July 2009.