If you’re in the midst of planning your spring garden or just want some fresh ideas to get you started, don’t miss the FREE YardSmart gardening seminar ~ a wealth of helpful information from local landscape and plant experts ~ March 5 at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden’s Lecture Hall.
Attendees will hear from well-known experts on topics such as creating a bird-friendly habitat, growing vegetables and flowers in containers, and vegetable gardening for beginners. Participants can also bring their gardening questions and issues to get help during the Ask the Experts session — this is your chance to get FREE professional gardening advice (and even bring a sample cutting of a plant problem if you’d like).
Presenters and panelists include Randy Weston of Weston Gardens In Bloom, and Steve Chaney and Dotty Woodson from the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.
Saturday, March 5 Seminar Schedule
8:30 a.m. Creating a Bird-Friendly Habitat With Native Plants
9:30 a.m. Grow Your Favorite Flowers & Vegetables in Containers
11:00 a.m. Vegetable Gardening for Beginners
12:00 p.m. Ask the Experts Panel Discussion
1:00 p.m. Conservation Garden Tour
Door prizes are available after each session (must be present to win) and pre-registration is not required.
Yard Smart is a series of free, informative seminars designed to provide effective and beneficial ways to use water wisely in the landscape. Sponsored by the Fort Worth Water Department, YardSmart provides environmentally friendly and water-efficient information that can lead to healthy, beautiful lawns and gardens.
:: For more information call 817-392-6565 or go here.
:: To learn more about upcoming 2016 Yard Smart and Water-wise gardening and landscape seminars, go here.
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