About:

Daniel Cunningham, Horticulturist with Texas A&M AgriLife’s Water University program, interacts with both professionals and the public to convey the most current research-based information about landscape resource use efficiency: including design, plant selection, and water-conserving landscape management practices. His primary focus is a holistic approach combining ornamental landscaping and food production systems. Cunningham specializes in Texas native plants and trees, vegetable gardening, edible landscaping and rainwater harvesting. He is also passionate about utilizing landscapes as habitat for beneficial wildlife, focuses on the edible value of common landscape plants and is known in the public arena for leading courses on foraging — engaging in the practice as a source of his own food.

Keep up with Daniel by following his @TXPlantGuy social media pages and by catching his latest articles in the Dallas Morning News. Also watch Daniel’s latest segments on NBC channel 5 or listen in on radio station 95.3 the Range for tips on how to get the most out of your lawn, landscape, or vegetable garden.

“Daniel addresses professionals and the public to provide the most sustainable information about landscape water use from design and plant selection to water conserving landscape management practices.”

972.952.9223
daniel.cunningham@ag.tamu.edu