Lawn and Garden
Maintaining attractive communities and home landscapes increases property values and promotes an improved quality of life that makes Douglas County a great place to live.
Whether you have questions about lawns, vegetables, flowers, or landscape maintenance, Extension information is available to help you. Our Extension garden experts and trained subject matter specialists are prepared to provide you with non-biased, research-based information.
Wednesday, April 17th: "Using trees to solve environmental problems", presented by Dr. Charles Barden, K-State Dept. of Horticulture and Natural Resources. 10:00 - 11:00 am in the Dreher 4-H building at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
Kansas Healthy Yards & Communities Tips and videos on plant care, vegetable gardening, lawn care, fruit production and more!
Horticulture Information Center Here you will find a weekly horticulture newsletter loaded with timely information, a link to some of the most common plant and pest problems, lists of recommended plants, and a link to a searchable database of K-State publications on all manner of topics.