Ask Mr. Smarty Plants
Ask Mr. Smarty Plants is a free service provided by the staff and volunteers at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center.

City of Arlington SmartScape® Garden
The City of Arlington's SmartScape® Garden is a low water use alternative garden with plants and turf. This garden provides a long-lasting public education showcase for Texas SmartScape® and water conservation concepts. is your source for environmental information which is understandable, unbiased, accurate, and available in a wide variety of formats. We strive to facilitate informed decisions regarding forestry-related issues. Welcome teachers, students, forestry professionals, and those with a general interest in protecting, managing, and enhancing the natural environment!

A Guide to Native Plant Gardening
Articles from the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center containing a wealth of information that will help you transform your space into a Native Plant landscape. (Also in Spanish).

Native Plant Information Network
The goal of the Native Plant Information Network is to assemble and disseminate information that will encourage the sustainable use and conservation of native wildflowers, plants and landscapes throughout North America.

Native Plant Society of Texas
The Native Plant Society of Texas wants to preserve our state's rich heritage for future generations. NPSOT is a non-profit organization run by volunteers who work to promote native plant appreciation, research, and conservation through local chapters around the state.

Texas Invasives is a Texas-sized partnership to manage non-native invasive plants and pests in Texas. The partnership includes state and federal agencies, conservation organizations, green industry, academia and other private and public stakeholders who share in the common goal of protecting Texas from the threat of invasive species.

Texas Smartscape
Texas SmartScape® is an interactive how-to-guide that teaches concepts of landscaping with native and adapted plants. This program will show you how to conserve water, protect the environment, and beautify your home. This site contains customized SmartScape information specifically for the climates of the North Central Texas and West Texas regions.