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Gardening’s a year-round activity in Canyon Lake and it takes lots to plant and tend rows of onions, beets, squash, cucumbers, tomatoes, okra, tomatoes, and more.

CRRC's Food Pantry will be renamed at a special ceremony Wednesday. Image courtesy of CRRC.
master gardeners
Comal master gardeners are experts on best-practices of horticulture and environmental stewardship. Facebook image.
A caterpillar feasts on a "bountiful buffet" of green leaves but risks becoming another tasty mouthful for songbirds.
comal county recycling center
Comal County Recycling Center. File image.
plant swap
Image by MetroCatalyst.com
Comal master gardeners
The sale is online. Plants, trees and shrubs, succulents and other items can be picked up at Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service in New Braunfels. Facebook image by Comal Master Gardener Association.
comal county recycling center
Comal County's Recycling Center will have plenty of free mulch on Tuesday.
Joe Ed Lyles
Retired New Braunfels landscaper Joe Ed Lyles is building new gardening plots for the CRRC's Community Garden on South Access Road across from Tye Preston Memorial Library.
CRRC Community Garden
Ryleigh McElroy and her grandmother, Lori Parker, weed their garden plot with the help of Community Resource and Recreation Center of Canyon Lake's (CRRC) community garden manager Jo Ed Lyles.
Texas wildflowers
Learn about the value of including and preserving natives in landscapes at Native Plant Society of Texas Lindheimer Chapter's Level 1 Introduction to Native Landscapes. It's the first in a three-part series required for native landscape certification.
communty garden
Joe Ed Lyles, better known as the garden/wildflower guy, is planning a community garden at Community Resource and Recreation Center of Canyon Lake's (CRRC) Mabel Jones Recreation Center. Image courtesy of seewhatgrows.org.
Spring Ceek Gardens
Learn how to plant perennials and shrubs that need less water at Canyon Lake Water Service Company's Nov. 16-17 water conservation event at Spring Creek Gardens.
Debbie Kyrouac
Debbie Kyrouac, president-elect of the Native Plant Society of Texas' Lindheimer Chapter, offers insight into the secret lives of plants.
NPSOT booth at Earth Day
Expect lots of fun things for children at Be NICE to Earth Day along with a plant sale and great advice on landscaping from experts with the LIndheimer Chapter of the Native Plant Society of Texas.
Girl with carrots
Help grow a future for Canyon Lake's community garden.
master gardeners
Master gardeners Betty Keese and Rose Payne proudly hoist a freshly picked head of cauliflower.
variety of produce
Help CRRC feed area needy by volunteering to plant produce like this.
Mexican Plum Tree