Texas 4-H Horticulture Project

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Students will explore the exciting world of plants, insects, water, soil, and ecology. Students can do community service projects to help provide healthy food and beautiful landscapes.


Lisa Whittlesey
Senior Extension Program Specialist & Coordinator - JMG International Program

Want to learn how to make your own aloe gel for sunburns? Or how to grow vegetables that your family can eat for dinner? Join the plants and gardening project to become a “Junior Master Gardener.” Students can complete various tasks to earn Junior Master Gardener certification. Dig in and get growing!

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