Source: AgriLife Today
Now is the time to learn about ways to help landscapes and gardens perform in the hot, dry summer months that lie ahead while conserving, preserving and protecting water resources, said Daphne Richards, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service horticulturist for Travis County.
“Dealing with Drought in the Landscape” programs will be held monthly from Feb. to June. They will each be held from 10 a.m.-noon at the AgriLife Extension office, 1600-B Smith Road in southeast Austin.
The cost is $10 per seminar for early registration and $15 per seminar for late or on-site registration.
Dates & Topics:
- Feb.12 – Landscaping Basics
- March 12 – Using Native Plants in the Landscape
- April 9 – Tree Care During Drought
- May 14 – Alternative Methods of Gardening
- June 11 – Preparing for the Fall Vegetable Garden